No cover, no minimum. Conveniently located near bottom of funicular from the Frontenac. A cozy, local place to hear good live music. Reasonably priced drinks, bar food menu but we didn't order any food. All in all, a fun night.
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What to do on your third day in Quebec City when it rains all day? We found Papes George in the lower city (thanks to many Trip Advisor reviews). Spent the early afternoon window shopping and the later afternoon at Papes George sharing Bordeaux and...More
We sat outside in the sun and tried the draft ales on offer which were quite good, but not particularly outstanding. We both had some bar food which we enjoyed though, again, it was not outstanding.. No problems with the service. I think we'll try...More
Tucked away in a corner with a small patio on a quaint street. Friends recommended we try it as they recently been. Charcuterie was terrific, cold québécois beer on tap and plenty of wine served by a terrific server 'Dave'. My wife and I loved...More
We went here for drinks after arriving on a cruise ship. It's within walking distance to where the ship docks. It seemed like tourists and locals were there. Service was a little slow, but they were busy. We will definitely return when in the area.
One of our favorite stops on a cold day after a day of walking. We enjoyed drinks, tasty soup and drinks and a fire and played card games. It is near the funicular on the lower level.
We found this place late on a Saturday night and while service was slow, the place was extremely busy and our waitress did her best to help us. The atmosphere is fantastic and we loved the live music. The cheese plate and accompanying bread were...More