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Quebec's North Hatley: A Foodie Haven

Katie Dunn Canoeing on Lake Massawippi, in North Hatley, Quebec.

Photo: Katie Dunn

The lakeside village of North Hatley—87 miles east of Montreal and just 20 miles north of the U.S. border—is a food-lover's playground, offering raw-milk cheeses, duck foie gras, and apple cider pressed by Benedictine monks.

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Destinations: Quebec

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    Manoir Hovey

    The lakeside village of north hatley—87 miles east of Montreal and 20 miles north of the U.S. border— is the summer destination of the province’s h

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    Le Coeur d'Or

    The place to go, for a rosy filet mignon with a blue-cheese sauce.

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    LeBaron Grocery

    The 119-year-old grocery has plenty of Québécois cheeses.

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    St. Benoît-du-Lac

    Stop by the local Benedictine monastery where monks encourage guests to pick apples in their orchard and sample house-made cheeses and cider.

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    Old Shep

    Tour Lake Massawippi with guide Capitan Ross on his 1957 mahogany boat.

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