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    Quebec City, June 8th, 2012: After much anticipation, the Auberge Saint-Antoine has officially welcomed chef Julien Dumas to the kitchens of its renowned restaurant, Panache.  This summer, Chef Dumas gets his new position rolling with the return of Panache Mobile and the launch of a second location.  The two gourmet food stands will offer portable versions of decadent favourites from the Panache menu.

    The original Panache Mobile will be stationed again at the stunning Ste-Petronille Vineyard on Quebec’s Orleans Island.  The introduction of a second Panache Mobile on La promenade Samuel-De Champlain (at Bassin Brown) makes this year doubly-delicious.  The new addition to the fleet will be a more traditional style self-service food truck with picnic tables. Both menus will feature the most popular items from last season with some new inspirations from Chef Dumas.

    “Summer is a beautiful time of year in Quebec City, perfect for outdoor dining,” says Jean-Louis Souman, General Manager of the Auberge Saint-Antoine. “Auberge Saint-Antoine is thrilled to offer our patrons the chance to get outside and experience a more casual side of Panache and Chef Dumas’ innovative creations with the freshest ingredients of the season in a natural, open-air setting.”

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    The Tailor

    Mr. Gaudiose Montreuil, a tailor living at 12 rue Saint-Antoine in the late 19th century, often used buttons made of bone, some of which were produced in Québec City. Button makers sliced bone into thin layers and cut out discs that were then pierced with holes, decorated, and polished.

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    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.

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