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silvertint Dec 6, 2009 05:41 AM

My wife and I are going to Quebec City for New Years eve, and we are looking for some sort of dinner/dancing/drinking/countdown sort of place ... any ideas ???

Thanks

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    silvertint Dec 20, 2009 01:00 PM

    I just came across this link that may be of interest for others ...

    http://www.quebecplus.ca/quebec/guide...

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      lamloom22 Dec 12, 2009 04:52 PM

      Hi there!
      My fiance and I had the same predicament! it seems not many parties are happening in QC city. I found 3 events that are a potential. There is a ball at the fairmont frontenac and i believe its over 250$ /person. there is a lovely dinner and bank/orchestra at L'Astral in the concorde hotel (this is a beautiful revolving restaurant at the top of the hotel), and the ticket for that is $170/person. what we decided was to go to Largo Resto-club which is a jazz bar, not heavily advertised. I spoke to the owner who was very hospitable over the phone and he has invited a jazz trio to play that night and he is preparing a special menu for the evening at $85/person. he said its quaint approximately 60 person capacity, not a young crowd (teens/rowdiness). We're very happy with our choice.
      Good luck to you!

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        mfpk12 Dec 17, 2009 05:03 AM

        Is there anything going on outsude, like any fireworks? Also, do you know of anywhere that has live music, like an irish pub? My boyfriend and I are also going to be there over New Years Eve and am not having much luck finding things that will be going on.

        Thanks!

        1. re: mfpk12
          kpzoo Dec 17, 2009 05:07 AM

          Here are some listings:

          http://www.telegraphe.com/events/indexen.html

          http://www.quebecregion.com/en/what_t...

          For non-food related questions like fireworks and music events and such, you might try contacting the Quebec City or provincial tourism board - I'm sure they can help!

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          silvertint Dec 20, 2009 01:01 PM

          Thanks for the info, Largo just posted the menu ... http://www.largorestoclub.com/pdf/Men...

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