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Best Places in Quebec City to Gather a Picnic

Exceedingly fresh seafood, produce gathered from local farms, and delicious charcuterie. We think a picnic is the perfect idea—and don't forget a bottle of cider.
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27 Rue Couillard, Québec, QC G1R 3T4, Canada
Tucked quietly away from the main tourist sites, the small Epicerie de la rue Couillard offers beautiful breads and specialty meats, along with a great selection of regional cheeses --- altogether, a great one-stop-shop to grab everything you need...
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1335 Chemin Royal, Saint-Pierre, QC G0A 4E0, Canada
Isle de Bacchus, housed in one of the oldest buildings on Ile D'Orleans (dating from the mid 1600's), offers an ample $5 tasting experience - ending with two ice cold variations of their late harvest ice wines. Both are delicious, and both are...
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The western edge of Ile d'Orleans is litterally blanketed in apple orchards - providing the raw materials to fashion into the delicious hard cider the region is so known for. But the apples themselves are also fantastic - and the perfect ending to...
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699 Rue Saint-Jean, Québec, QC G1R 1P7, Canada
Opened in 1871 as a general store, J.A .Moisan is now specialty foods store. When I’m in Old Québec, it’s my go-to place for items for a picnic lunch or lazy dinner. Stepping inside J.A. Moisan, you're greeted by old world charm—a dark,...

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