"An Irish night in Quebec City!" Top 5 Page for this destination Pub Saint-Patrick Tip by Jefie
Pub Saint-Patrick, Quebec: 6 reviews and 10 photos
Historically, the Irish have played a very important role in the development of the city so it is only befitting that we should have a really great Irish pub! The Pub Saint-Patrick is located in a nice old building that used to be an apothecary shop. The first floor has more of a restaurant feel, while the basement, with its low vaults, is definitely more pubbish. The pub offers good food at a good price, has a great selection of beer, and there's live Irish music every Friday and Saturday night. And of course, you won't want to miss celebrating St. Patty's day at the Pub, or the traditional 6 months to St. Patrick's Day celebrations!
I always order the same drink when I go there: a pint of Black Velvet. It seems that you can't get this drink everywhere (judging by the reaction I got when I ordered one at a pub in Winchester, UK) so I'll describe it for you: it's half Guinness, half Strongbow (apple cider). It takes away some of the bitterness of the beer, but at the same time it's not too sweet. And it looks great in the glass!
Dress Code: Very casual
Address: 1200 rue Saint-Jean
Directions: In the Vieux Quebec area
Theme: Live Music
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