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Chez Dagobert

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Half-Day Trip to Montmorency Falls and Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré from Quebec city
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Half-Day Trip to Montmorency Falls and Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré from Quebec city

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Combine two popular Quebec City day trips into a single hassle-free excursion on a coach tour to Montmorency Falls and the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré. Onboard commentary makes the most of your time in transport, and the return trip stops at other popular attractions such as the  Cuivres D'Art Albert Gilles (copper art museum), and Chocolaterie de l'Ile d'Orléans.
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Ryan H wrote a review Jan 2020
Vancouver, Canada23 contributions2 helpful votes
Rudest bartenders ever. So I tipped $1 per drink, my usual standard. The bartender had the audacity to straight up tell me to my face that "You didn't tip enough, you need to tip more"... Ummm. A tip is a gratuity. NOT A REQUIREMENT. To tell someone who just paid $7 for a beer that is straight up rude and disrespectful. I don't know how much you guys pay your bartenders but if they are that desperate for tips, I highly suggest paying them a bit more. Never coming back here again and highly don't recommend this place to anyone. There are much better clubs like Ozone and L'Atelier where you'll get treated with much more respect.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Tom B wrote a review Feb 2019
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No Cover! Except for checking your coat (Required). Techno dance and lights. Unfortunately down stairs is not Rock anymore. It is now Hip Hop to cater to other patrons. Also, went from Molson to Busweiser products a few years ago. Only open on Thurs-Saturday now.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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mchelle77 wrote a review Feb 2019
Boston, Massachusetts575 contributions147 helpful votes
This was one of the few dance clubs I could find in the area for my dance-loving friend, so we walked over from our hotel (a short 10 minute walk from the Hilton). Easy to get in, no cover, we skipped the coat check and just left our coats on the seating near the front door. No one bothered our items at all, so I was glad we chose not to pay for the coat check. Drinks were reasonable, coming from 2 girls who are used to paying Boston drink prices. The bartenders were friendly, and the DJ was one of the happiest I've ever seen. I even commented to the bartender about this, he looked like he genuinely loved what he did. Now for the downside, and it's THAT bad. The ladies rooms were THE worst I've ever been to, anywhere in the world. The fact that there was dried up vomit on one of the toilets (and I let someone know, but it was still there the second and third time I went back) was enough to make me consider leaving. But then NONE of the sinks worked. I had to go into the men's room to wash my hands. Un-fricken-acceptable. There is zero excuse for that. Worse, no one there seemed to care. It's no wonder I came home from Quebec sick, that place must be crawling with bacteria and viruses. For that reason alone, I'd avoid if I were you.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Alex B wrote a review Oct 2018
Providence, Rhode Island728 contributions160 helpful votes
I had a pretty fun time here. It was my first experience in a nightclub so I don’t have anything to compare it against, but I liked the vibe on the first floor. Good music, plenty of dancing, lots of options at the bar, etc. My friends and I decided against going to the upper levels once we saw that we wouldn’t be allowed to go with our coats on (and that the line to put away coats had at least a 10-min wait). One thing I will say is that I read online that this club is popular with university-aged people, but during my time there on a Saturday night, many looked like people in their 30s to me. Don’t be discouraged if you walk by this place during the day like I did and think it’s totally shut down. They open it up once night comes, and when it is open, you’ll be able to hear it from the street.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Molly M wrote a review Mar 2018
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Saw a lot of people saying to stay away due to rude bouncers and bar tenders - still decided to go. No one was rude to us, but it was a very strange venue. The clientele was truly only teenagers, which made even me (a 22 year old) feel pretty out of place. To be fair we did go in the middle of March, so not exactly the most popular season, but still very strange. The bartenders did mention tipping a lot, because I assume most people just walk away assuming that it's included, and more power to them. That being said it took me 20 minutes to get my shot sized mix drink after she served the six people that walked up after me - It's a club though so I get it, that's just how those places work. Anyways, I wouldn't call it a terrible experience, it's probably a fun night out for a bunch of young people, but I definitely won't be going back any time soon. One positive was they did have really good music and lights.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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