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The birthplace of French North America and the only walled city north of Mexico is an open-air treasure chest that will delight history and culture buffs alike. Its European background and modern North American character are set off by a heady blend of history, traditional and contemporary art, and French-language culture to make Québec City a destination like no other.

Year after year, travel magazines continually rank the Québec City Area among the world’s top destinations.

Quebec City is a vibrant and thriving city chalk full of culture, activities and nightlife.  Check out our list of recommended places to visit, eat and play.

– Source: Quebec-Cite.com

Popular & Recommended

  1. Le Bureau de Poste, 296 Rue Saint-Joseph Est
  • 6$ meals
  • Great cocktails
  • Great atmosphere
  • Open late
  1. Tequila Lounge, 643 Rue Saint-Joseph Est
  • Mexican food
  • Good variety
  • Cheap
  1. Soupe & Cie, 522 3e Avenue
  • Popular amongst locals
  • Menu of international soup
  • Cheap
  1. Tora-Ya Ramen, 75 Rue Saint-Joseph Est
  • Authentic Japanese food
  • Best ramen in town
  • No reservation
  1. La Dominicaine, 217 Rue Saint-Paul
  •  4$ to 13$ meals
  •  Dominican food
  1. Le Taj Mahal, 24 Boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest
  • Indian food
  • Good for small groups
  • Great shared menu
  1. Thang Long, 869 Côte d’Abraham
  • Thai and Vietnamese food
  • All-inclusive menu
  • Good for groups
  1. Tokyo, 401 rue Saint-Jean
  • Traditional sushi
  • Great for groups
  • Deals and discounts on certain days of the week
  1. Délices d’Ariana, 102 Boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest
  • Only Afghan restaurant in Quebec
  • Great Shared Menu
  1. Un Thé au Sahara, 7 1/2 Rue Sainte-Ursule
  • Morocan food
  • Good for Tajines and Couscous
  •  Near the hostel
  1. Aux Anciens Canadiens, 34 Rue Saint-Louis
  • Institution in Old Quebec
  • Oldest house still standing in Quebec
  1. Le Buffet de l’Antiquaire, 95 Rue Saint-Paul
  • Traditional Quebec diner
  •  Cheap Meal
  •  Great diversity of food – Breakfast and dinner
  1. La Bûche, 49 Rue Saint-Louis
  • Urban sugar shack
  • Good for maple lovers
  1. Casse-Croute Chez Gaston, 332 Rue Dorchester
  • One of the best Poutine in Quebec
  • Institution of the Saint-Roch neighbourhood
  1. Snack Bar St-Jean, 780 Rue Saint-Jean
  •  Open late (4 a.m.)
  • A must after a night of drinking
  1. Chez Victor, 145 Rue Saint-Jean / 300 Rue Saint-Paul
  • Best burgers in town
  • Many addresses in town
  1. Sul’ Side, 637 Grande Allée Est
  • Exceptional poutine
  • Small menu for burgers and grilled cheese
  •  Great local beer
  1. Poutineville, 735 Rue Saint-Joseph Est
  • Good classic poutine
  • Customized Poutine 
  1. Le Clocher Penché, 203 Rue Saint-Joseph Est
  • Some of the best breakfast in town
  • Breakfast available only on week-ends
  1. Casse Crêpe Breton, 1136 Rue Saint-Jean
  • Customize your own crepe
  • Traditional French crepe
  • Cheap
  1. Bügel – Fabrique de Bagel, 164 Rue Crémazie Ouest
  • Homemade bagel
  • Near the beautiful Cartier Avenue
  1. Cochon Dingue, 46 Boulevard Champlain / 46 Boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest
  • Many addresses in town
  • Good for groups
  • Great for brunch
  1. Le Hobbit, 700 Rue Saint-Jean
  • Great for brunch
  • Local ingredients
  • French bistro
  1. L’Affaire est Ketchup, 46 Rue Saint-Joseph Est
  • One of the most popular restaurant in Town
  • Layback atmosphere
  • Rich and decadent food
  1. Au Pied Bleue, 179 Rue Saint-Vallier Ouest
  • Traditional French food from Lyon
  • Homemade charcuterie
  • For meat lovers
  1. La Buvette Scott, 821 Rue Scott
  • Smaller portion great to share
  • Intimate atmosphere
  • Great choice of wine and local beers
  1. Chez Boulay, 1110 Rue Saint-Jean
  • Ingredients 100% from Quebec
  • Boreal cuisine
  1. Kraken Cru, 190 Rue Saint-Vallier Ouest
  • Oyster bar
  • Limited places
  • No reservation
  1. Maelstrøm, 181 Rue Saint-Vallier Est
  • Homemade cold brew
  • Cocktail bar from 6pm
  1. St-Henri, 849 Rue Saint-Joseph Est
  • Homemade doughnut
  •  Quiet place
  1. La Maison Smith, 23 Rue Notre-Dame
  • One of the oldest cafe in Quebec
  • Located in the old town
  1. La Brûlerie St-Jean, 881 Rue Saint-Jean
  • Near bus stops
  • Open very early and very late
  1. Café Pékoe, 433 Rue Saint-Joseph Est
  • Coffee, tea and milkshake
  • Homemade pastries
  • Nice vibe
  1. Le Projet, 399 Rue Saint-Jean
  • 24 tap of Quebec micro brewed beer
  • Cheap food
  1. Griendel, 195 Rue Saint-Vallier Ouest
  • Homemade and invited beer selection
  • Big variety of local beer
  • Local and affordable food
  1. Noctem, 438 Rue du Parvis
  • Vast selection of homemade beer
  • All local and bio food
  • Invited beer section
  1. La Korrigane, 380 Rue Dorchester
  • Homemade beer
  • Local food
  • Twist dance sessions
  1. La Barberie, 310 Rue Saint-Roch
  • Working coop
  • 16 tap of homemade beer
  • Very nice terrace
  1. La Ninkasi, 811 Rue Saint-Jean
  • One of Quebec’s most popular bars
  • Karaoke every night
  • Themed night
  • Beer and alcohols only from Quebec
  1. Deux22, 222 Rue Saint-Joseph Est
  • Mexican bar
  • Great cocktails
  • Food served late
  • Heated terrace in winter
  1. Le Sacrilège, 447 Rue Saint-Jean
  • Cheapest beer in Quebec
  • Old school neighbourhood bar
  • Great terrace
  1. Nelligan’s, 789 Côte Sainte-Geneviève
  • Irish Pub (Trad’ music on Thuesday)
  • Whisky and beer pairing
  1. MacFly, 422 Rue Caron
  • Free arcade games
  • Local beer
  • Famous Grilled cheese
  1. Dagobert, 600 Grande Allée Est
  • Younger customers (18-22 years old)
  • One of the most popular club
  • Open on Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
  •  Live concert
  1. Le District, 240 Rue Saint-Joseph Est
  • Surrounded by a lot of nice bars
  • Older customers (25-30 years old)
  • On Friday & Saturday
  1. Drague Cabaret club, 815 rue Saint-Augustin
  • Gay club of Quebec
  • Open to all kind of customers of all ages
  • Charged atmosphere on Friday & Saturday
  • Drag queen nights
  1. Midnight Blue, 441 Rue du Parvis
  • An 80s-90s style nightclub
  • Opens at midnight
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