We are closed now, thank you for a great season. See you again in 2016 !

Our cafe is located at the western entrance to the Promenade Samuel-De Champlain on the Quai des Cageux Dock, which offers an extensive gathering place. A marsh, an observation tower of 25 meters, an interpretation center and a landing for boats allow you to admire the river from all angles.

We are located south of the interpretation center.
2795, boulevard Champlain, G1K 4J9

Bienvenue to Café de la Promenade!

We are opened from Mai 30th to October 12th 2015, weather permitting.
Reservations are not required and are not taken.
We are looking forward to seeing you.

For the detailed schedule please see below.

From Mai 30th to June 23rd 7 days a week: From 11am to 6 pm.
From June 24th to August 30th 7 days a week: From 11am to 8 pm.
September: On the weekends of the 5th, the 6th and 7th, on the 12th and 13th, on the 19th and 20th, on the 26th and 27th.
October:  On the 3rd and the 4th and the 10th, 11th and 12th inclusive
Opening hours are from 11 am to 4 pm.

Photo credits © Marc Cramer

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Gift Certificates

Gift certificates from the Saint-Antoine are sure to please! Certificates can be used at any of our restaurants or towards accomodations or service fees.

Select the gift certificate of your choice from the list. For multiple certificates, you can update your total on the checkout page.

Please allow up to 10 days for processing and shipping. Gift certificates do not expire.

All orders are non-refundable.

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The Cabinetmaker

In the May 12, 1842 edition of Le Fantasque, furniture manufacturer William Drum advertised mahogany card tables and dining room tables, wardrobes, chests of drawers, sofas, rockers and elegant, stylish chairs. Competition was fierce, since there were some one hundred furniture makers in Québec City between 1820 and 1859.

- You have found of artifacts -


You just have unearthed your inner archaeologist!

Did you know that well over 5,000 objects were found on the Auberge Saint-Antoine's archaeological site? They are a product of the occupation of the harbour, to the site's military past, and to the daily lives of the property's inhabitants. More than 700 of these priceless historical finds are on display at Auberge Saint-Antoine.

Come and join us for a free visit of our site!
(available by reservation only)