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Saturday, December 22, 2018
COFFEE BEANS & BEINGS / OLD QUEBEC FOR OLD WORLD CHARM
RUE SAINT-LOUIS, OLD QUEBEC CITY
Old Québec, a UNESCO world heritage treasure, is where dining and shopping are an art form, especially alongrue Saint-Jean and rue Saint-Paul, where European charm adds to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee.
Several wonderful coffee houses come to mind and are all within walking distance of the old city centre.
Les Cafes du Soleil, 143 Rue Saint-Paul
Cantook, 575 Rue Saint-Jean
Café de Paris, 66 Rue Saint-Louis
Café La Maison Smith, 23 Rue Notre Dame
Café Felin Ma Langue Aux Chats, 307 Rue Saint-Paul
Ceramic Café Studio, 435 Rue-Saint Joseph Est (above and below)