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18 May 2022Emmy Lapointe

Charlevoix’s tastes of summer

Spring is here and summer is your next destination. It’s time to swap your woolen socks for sandals and set off on an adventure for Charlevoix’s must-tastes.

Chez Chantal Incontournable Photo : EM photographie culinaire

Casse-croûte Chez Chantal

The first rays of sunshine lead to an immediate desire to visit Chez Chantal for some good food beside the river. In its candy pink colours, this charming “casse-croûte” – or snack bar – serves decadent classics like lobster rolls, a fancy poutine galvaude with chicken and peas, and much more! Finishing your snack with a short walk on the pier enjoying a delicious soft cream is highly recommended.

Photo : EM photographie culinaire
Photo : EM photographie culinaire

 

Route 138 Incontournable Photo : EM photographie culinaire

Casse-croûte and Dairy Bar, Route 138

Another must-taste is the famous Route 138 in Saint-Hilarion. Ice cream lovers will be seduced by the vast selection of gelatos, sorbets, ice creams and chocolate dips. The more adventurous must try the lemon, S’mores or unicorn dip. While others can be just as daring with tropical passion fruit sorbet, salted caramel or dark chocolate dip.

If you are really hungry, their homemade smoked meat and giant hot dogs are superb!

Photo : EM photographie culinaire
Photo : EM photographie culinaire

 

Auberge de la Rive incontournable Photo : EM photographie culinaire

Auberge de la Rive

This summer, you definitely must discover this fine establishment in Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive! The Auberge de la Rive offers a summer menu filled with lovely little dishes such as seasoned olives, gravlax, charcuterie and cheese, several types of sandwiches, and much more. Sit back on the patio with a view of the river and the Musée maritime de Charlevoix and enjoy a refreshing glass of iced tea or a local beer.

Connoisseurs must taste the grilled foie gras sandwich from the Basque Farm in Ferme Basque de Charlevoix accompanied by an exceptional glass of honey wine, honey brandy or gin from Hydromel Charlevoix.

Photo : EM photographie culinaire
Photo : EM photographie culinaire

 

Fourchette et Vinaigrette Incontournable Photo : EM photographie culinaire

Fourchette et Vinaigrette

This little shop and deli offers delicious take-out food and perfect snacks to bring on a hike this summer! On the way to the parc national des Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie, you must stop at Fourchette et Vinaigrette and sample their homemade sandwiches, salads, muffins and donuts. Be sure to have a chat with the friendly owners and stock up on all the good eats they offer.

Photo : EM photographie culinaire
Photo : EM photographie culinaire

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