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DINING IN THE AIR
The Loew's Le Concorde Hotel is one of the two skyscrapers in town.
L 'Astral is its revolving rooftop restaurant, attracting many a visitor, either for a full meal, or for a casual drink. The restaurant does a full rotation in one hour, and offers magnificent views over QuébecCity and the St-Laurent River. Good spot for looking at the sunset.
For those more interested in the view than enjoying a full (expensive) meal there, there are two options:
DINING ON THE WATER
How about admiring Château Frontenac and Montmorency waterfalls from the river, while enjoying a 3-course meal? Croisières Le Coudrier organises such cruises. Leaving Québec at 7 PM, the cruise lasts 3 hours. Details here.
DINING WHILE PEOPLE-WATCHING
The street where people enjoy going to see and to be seen in the evening: the Grande-Allée St, between La Porte St-Louis (St-Louis Gate) (1694; 1720; 1898) and the Loew's Le Concorde Hotel, Upper Town. The street is named 'Grande-Allée' ( long alley) because it once was the longest street in town, when Québec City was very young. Several restaurants on both sides of the boulevard, the majority of them offering the possibility to eat outside on the terrasse (patio) in summertime. For all budgets, it is possible to sample great French cuisine (for example at Le Paris-Brest , ground floor of the Chez Dagobert nightclub), Asian-Thai cuisine (e.g. Asia ), grills ( VooDoo Grill), fancy food at a casual price ( Le Grand Café ) and so on.