Enjoy a glass of champagne in Quebec City

With its cobblestone streets, beautiful stone buildings and appreciation for fine cuisine, Quebec City is a refined place. What better setting to treat yourself to a glass of champagne? Whether you want a cozy vibe or the grand rooms of an old hotel, Quebec City is just the place for you.

Savini Resto Bar

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680, Grande Allée E, Québec, QC G1R 2K5

The excitement and urban atmosphere of Le Savini make it an undeniably flashy spot. As sports cars pull up and beautiful people stream in, you'll feel like you're part of the action. Looking to go big? Le Savini has a bottle of chilled Veuve Clicquot waiting for you. If that's not your speed, peruse other more affordable options on the menu.

Charbon Boucherie2

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2959, boul Laurier, QUEBEC, QC G1V 2M2

Aviatic has been going strong in Quebec City since 1989. The place is renowned for its delicious seafood, extensive wine list, and location in the beautiful Gare du Palais. Come get a glass of bubbly here, and soak up the atmosphere. You can even pretend you're about to board the train for a month of glamorous travel.

L'Air du Temps

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441 rue du Parvis, Québec, QC G1K 9L9

If you're looking for a glass of champagne as a prelude to dancing, or if you enjoy some moody electronica or funky beats from all around the world, come check out Le Boudoir Lounge. It offers two levels for contrasting moods. There's plenty of space to find a perch, sip your champagne and watch Quebec City party the night away.

Bistrot Pape-Georges

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8, rue du Cul-de-Sac, Québec, QC G1K 8L4

With its dimly lit stone walls, and wooden counter and ceiling, this wine bar in the heart of Old Quebec echoes the historic flavour of the neighbourhood. Once you’ve worked up your thirst with cheese plates and charcuterie, slake it with a glass of bubbly. The service is warm and friendly – the staff will fix you right up with the perfect beverage.

1608 Wine & Cheese Bar

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1 rue des Carrières, Québec, QC G1R 4P5

1608 Wine and Cheese Bar — named for the year in which Québec City was founded — is the new-ish kid on the block, an updated version of the Bar Le Saint-Laurent in the classic Chateau Frontenac. If you're looking for some old-school ambiance in a grand hotel, this is your spot. In the centre of the dark wood space, there's a circular bar where you can grab a stool. If you'd prefer a romantic vista of the city, snatch a spot on the patio.

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