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A block away from Place Royale, the city’s historic settlement, L’Oncle Antoine’s unique character invites a mixed clientele of both locals and visitors. The pub is located in the stone cellar of one of the city’s oldest houses (which dates back to 1754). A thirst-quenching selection of bottled and on-tap craft beers from Quebec and around the world pair with the pub’s inexpensive no-fuss menu.

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L'Oncle Antoine

A block away from Place Royale, the city’s historic settlement, L’Oncle Antoine’s unique character invites a mixed clientele of both locals and visitors. The pub is located in the stone cellar of one of the city’s oldest houses (which dates back to 1754). A thirst-quenching selection of bottled and on-tap craft beers from Quebec and around the world pair with the pub’s inexpensive no-fuss menu.