Bars, pubs and microbreweries

To discover the talent of our mixologists and brewers


Bar Artéfact | $-$$ 8 rue Saint-Antoine, 418-692-1122 ext 6233

Our Artéfact Bar is a must during your stay to put you in the ambiance of the Auberge and the rich history of the place by its vestiges and the artifacts displayed on its walls. In a casual chic atmosphere, discover an extensive wine list and creative cocktails and mocktails prepared by our talented head bartender. The menu, offering a selection of tasty small dishes with an emphasis on local products, is a great option to fill up on snacks or for a complete meal.

Open daily from 3pm to 9pm, and until 11pm for drinks only. Reservations recommended on weekends. Room service available 7 days a week from noon

Bar 1608 | $-$$ 1, rue des Carrières, 418-692-3861

The Château Frontenac's bar offers a beautiful view of the St. Lawrence River as well as an excellent selection of spirits and high-end cocktails in a sober and cozy atmosphere.

Open every day from 4pm, without reservation. Small light menu available on site, 15-minute walk or 2-minute drive uptown, valet parking available.

Jjacques | $$$ 341 Notre-Dame-des-Anges Street, 581-491-3286

Under its speakeasy look with its closed door and opaque curtains, this new-style cocktail bar reveals its beautiful muffled universe. Its cuisine emphasizes local products, seafood platters and oysters to complement the excellent selection of drinks.

Open Wednesday to Monday evening until midnight, 40-minute walk or 12-minute drive -  Saint-Roch district. 

Chez Tao | $$ 104, rue Saint-Vallier Ouest, 418-204-1850

Certainly one of the hippest addresses in the city right now with its delicious Asian street food. Chez Tao offers a decadent selection of excellent cocktails, some of which are served in the most surprising glasses.

Open Wednesday to Monday evening, reservations accepted for groups of six or more. 45-minute walk or 12-minute drive - Saint-Roch district.


Pape George | $-$$ 8, rue du Cul-du-Sac, 418-692-1320

This charming little historic pub with old vaults, stone walls and woodwork is the perfect place to get into the atmosphere of Old Quebec. Simple pub menu available. Live solo singer on certain weekend evenings.

Open every day from 11am to 3am, 5-minute walk. 

Oncle Antoine | $-$$ 29, rue Saint-Pierre, 418-694-9176

With its old stone vaults and wood-burning fireplace in the winter, the historic character of this pub is another great introduction to the rich history of Old Quebec. Pub menu available, including an excellent comforting onion soup.

Open daily from 11am to 1am, 2-minute walk.

Sardines | $$ 1, rue Saint-Jean, 581-300-9449 

Charming little bistro with plates full of local products, plates of raw vegetables, cheeses or cut meat, a whole adventure to share!  

With reservation. Open Tuesday to Saturday evening, 45-minute walk or 12-minute drive - St-Jean-Baptiste district.


Discover our brewing know-how by visiting our many microbreweries. Among our favorites, we suggest: La Barberie for its magnificent terrace in summer, La Korrigane for its beer sold only in their microbrewery and the Noctem for its downtown atmosphere, all in Saint-Roch district. We also like Griendel in the Saint-Sauveur district, and La Souche in the Limoilou district. Cheers!

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