A wonderful neighborhood full of vitality that has been the focus of much economic development in recent years. A bit off the beaten path of the traditional quebec city sights. But full of wonderful restaurants, fromagerie, tea shop, brew pubs, choclaterie, boutique clothes shopping. Downtown parks,public art and a great example of how local quebecoisse live. Find great poutine here... 更多
Our hotel was down here and we were very glad. There are plenty of restaurants, shops, and even a supermarket here. If you are staying in the St. Roch area take the elevator at Rue de la Couronne and Rue Saint Vallier E that will save you a lot of energy going up.
Saint-Roch is coming back to a life, and much of it can be found on Rue St. Joseph. Along this stretch of blocks can be found ethnic restaurants, boutiques, bars, music venues, local breweries and all the excitement that goes with it. A few pictures are worth a few hundred words, but it's better in real life. Spend a weekend... 更多
I was looking for another shopping area for boutiques. unfortunately my guide book mentioned St. Joseph St. The street had about two decent boutiques; but they weren't worth the 20 minute walk to get to. I didn't eat in the area, but the restaurant options were more numerous than the clothing shopping options.
We participated in this very worthwhile walking tour with our young guide, Anne Marie. The stops we made provided generous... 更多
Saint Roch district offers something for everyone ... or not! In the central portion of the district stands the St.... 更多
Walked through this area as part of a food tour of Saint Roch. I found it an interesting district in... 更多