From the Casino de Mont-Tremblant to Le Clap, Here are three of the Coolest Entertainment Venues in Quebec

From the Casino de Mont-Tremblant to Le Clap, Here are three of the Coolest Entertainment Venues in Quebec

From the Casino de Mont-Tremblant to Le Clap, here are three of the Coolest Entertainment Venues in Quebec

Quebec is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Canada and, along with stunning views and scenery, there are plenty of unrivalled entertainment venues. With a population of over 2 million French people, it goes without saying that the region prides itself on its culture. No matter what you are interested in, be it gambling, film, or dancing, the options around Quebec are second to none, especially if you feel like a taste of the Europe.

Casino de Mont-Tremblant

Quebec is already renowned for grandiose casinos that include the Casino de Montreal and the Casino de Charlevoix, and the Casino de Mont-Tremblant is the newest addition to the gambling house family in the region. According to a leading Canadian casino review site, CasinoQuest, the gambling industry in Canada brings in $13 billion per year so there is little chance of places like this going out of business. 72% of Canadian casino gamers like to play slots, so make sure you try your luck at them while you’re there. The casino itself is a quaint chalet-style venue which is tucked away in the mountains, making it an ideal place for those who aren’t so keen on loud and bustling gambling strips like the ones found in Las Vegas. Players can take in the breathtaking views of Mont-Tremblant while staking on a large array of slot machines and table games. There is also a fine dining restaurant on the third floor which serves mouth-watering cuts of dry-aged beef.

Le Boudoir

Generally considered to be one of the best dance venues in Quebec City, this trendy site in the St-Roch area is spread over two floors and consists of a nightclub and restaurant. The striking décor includes comfy sofas and cushions to chill out on, and the brick and wood walls add to the modern vibe. The club’s 60-speaker setup provides unrivalled sound levels, and the music played is intended to suit a number of different tastes. Upstairs the DJ plays global electronica, but downstairs there is danceable world music in the nightclub. It also features live jazz on Sundays, and other live bands pop in on different days of the week. With plenty of hearty food options on offer including Filet Mignon and Fish and Chips, you can fill up in the early evening and dance your heart away later as the night progresses.

Le Clap

With the world famous Cannes Film Festival hailing from France, it’s fair to say that the French people know their films. For those who prefer to stay clear of the multiscreen cinemas run by massive corporations, Le Clap is a cosy independent picture house that provides an intimate way of watching great films. It is located in Ste-Foy-Sillery, and prides itself on giving its customers an eclectic mix of the best big screen offerings from the film world. With 4.5 stars out of 5 on Trip Advisor, and reviews also pointing out that they also sell alcohol, it’s definitely not one to miss for movie fans.

These three gorgeous venues are a mere taste of what Quebec has to offer. Another renowned picture house is the Cinema Cartier, and for live music lovers, Les Voutes de Napoleon is well worth a visit. One thing’s for sure, you will never be lacking great places to go on your visit to Quebec.

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