To eat

The Eastern Townships, a quintessential gourmet region renowned for its many quality local products.

Enjoy a gastronomic meal, afternoon snack or lunch on the go at these restaurant locations.

Bon appétit!

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Auberge la Chocolatière

Auberge la Chocolatière

A charming Victorian style house built in 1904…for the enjoyment of everybody who comes to visit! Every square foot is made for joy, tranquillity and relaxation

Sleep in a century old house with yesterday’s charm, and today’s comfort. Choose from our 12 rooms to find the one best for you!

Our Café-Bistro staff offers complete breakfast and lunch with a diverse menu to eat in or to take away. As we have an alcohol license, we offer beers from micro-breweries and wines from the region.

We also offer a wide variety of desserts and delicious fine chocolates made locally.

Several other local products are presented in our Boutique adjacent to the Bistro. 

312, chemin de la rivière, North Hatley
J0B 2C0
819 842-4530
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Laiterie de Coaticook ltee

Laiterie de Coaticook ltee

Laiterie de Coaticook Ltée is one of the largest ice cream manufacturers in Quebec. We offer various products made from milk and cream: ice cream, ice cream log, ice milk, cheese. Discover our delights

1000, rue Child, Coaticook
J1A 2S5
819 849-2272
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Fromagerie la Station

Fromagerie la Station

The fruit of the work of four generations of determined farmers, la Station de Compton fine cheese makers springs from the very heart of the generous countryside in the small town of Compton in the Eastern Townships region of Quebec. Here you will find farm cheeses made of raw milk from cows raised in an organic farming environment.

The cheese makers’ shop is open to the public.
See you there !

The La Station cheese makers’ team

440, chemin Hatley, Comtpon
J0B 1L0
819 835-5301
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Musée du Chocolat de la Confiserie Bromont

Musée du Chocolat de la Confiserie Bromont

The Musée du chocolat de la Confiserie Bromont invites you to discover its unique country-style terrace, breakfasts and delicious meals, vast choice of desserts, fine chocolates made on the spot. Its gourmet shop offers a wide selection of chocolates and European delicacies. Visit our chocolate museum!

679, rue Shefford, Bromont
J2L 2K5
450-534-3893
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Verger le Gros Pierre

Verger le Gros Pierre


With its 8,000 apple trees, Le Gros Pierre processes, packages and educates the public about apples. Picking, tractor rides and juice extraction. Creperie and heated patio.
12 varieties of apples, fresh pressed juice, pies and other delights. Cider. Many local products, cheeses and maple products. Restaurant and heated patio.
Every day from early August to late October, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 pm.

6335, rte Louis-S.-St-Laurent, Compton
J0B 1L0
819 835-5549
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L'Ancienne Forge, nanobrasserie de Bromptonville

L'Ancienne Forge, nanobrasserie de Bromptonville

Only 12 minutes away from downtown Sherbrooke, L’Ancienne Forge of Bromptonville is located in an historical building : an old blacksmith shop that goes back to 1914.

Our craft beers are brewed with the advice of the chemistry and brewing sciences department of Bishop’s University. Quick! Only small batchs are brewed at a time. 

Gathering place for all the community with shows and presentations, it is also the only microbrewery in North America to double as a Historical Centre with temporary and permanent exhibitions as well as guided tours of the old Brompton-Falls, company town of the mid-19th century.

Acting in social economy and managed by a non profit organization, L’Ancienne Forge plans to reinject it’s surplus in local community projects and organization. So, when you grab a beer there, you’re making the world a better place.

49, rue Saint-Lambert, Sherbrooke
J1C 0N7
819-636-0506
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The Scott Tea Room

The Scott Tea Room

Reservation is required 

Season 2023: open from 17 June until 15 October

The Scott Tea Room, located in an elegant Victorian residence built in 1891 in Scotstown on the first floor of bed & breakfast, l'Hébergement Le Scott, opened in 2016.

For opening days and hours, please check our website. Every week a different tasting ice tea is offered. The hosts offer a refined and sought after menu of Scottish origin including scones, shortbread and 'Sconewich' (sandwiches from scones). The menu also features more than fifty teas from all over the world including tea tastings according to the chosen theme, herbal teas of all flavors, iced or hot coffees, etc.

On site, accommodation, relaxation, therapeutic care and much more await you.

17 Rue Union, Scotstown
J0B 3B0
8196579917
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La Desserte

La Desserte

La Desserte operates a Restaurant - Pastry - Bakery in a century-old house located in the heritage district of Richmond, with a unique architectural character and multiple slate roofs. We offer market cuisine in the form of a Bistro Menu, changing on a regular basis according to local availability. Sourdough and traditional breads as well as a wide variety of old-fashioned desserts and pastries await you.

Just a reminder, the weekend breakfasts at La Desserte are a must in Richmond.

 

224 Rue du Collège S, Richmond
J0B 2H0
819-826-1862
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L'auberge Le Sunshine

L'auberge Le Sunshine

Friendly place in the border region! Stanstead stands out for its unique history, its architectural buildings and its landscapes.

 

Our 4 rooms (or complete apartment for group) is located above 

our “Café de Village” (bakery, local grocery, homemade meals...). The travelers shared: living room, fully equipped kitchen, terrace, BBQ, toilet and shower and washer-dryer. 2 rooms have a private toilet. Breakfast, lunch box and caterer available. 

 

Our Café-Bistro has an offer in counters and menus of the day, simple and gourmet (homemade with love by maximizing local products). For breakfast, for lunch, no matter the time of day. To eat in or to take away. The walls of the Café-Bistro are embellished with works by artists. Children's corner and picnic area.

 

Nearby: Parc du Cercle de Pierre, bike paths (La Tomifobia, Newport Bike Path cross-border trail…), free access to lakes, hiking, biking, skiing, snowshoeing, several mountains around 1 hour drive (Orford, Sutton, Bromont, Owl's Head, Pinnacle, Jay Peak (US), etc.), Foresta Lumina, and much more.

680 Rue Dufferin, Stanstead
J0B 3E0
819 876-7272
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La Maison de Ville - Bed & Bistro

La Maison de Ville - Bed & Bistro

Located in a century-old heritage home, this welcoming B&B is within walking distance of downtown Magog. 

Simon, proud owner of this B&B since 2005, was able to recreate a setting where refinement and coziness are conductive to relaxation.

To make your stay more enjoyable, five comfortable bedrooms with private bathrooms are now available.   


You will be dazzled by the culinary delights of the Chef for your gourmet breakfast and don't forget to ask about our evenings meals (offer only for our guests, some restrictions apply).

As time goes by, it's an experience to remember... 

353 Saint-Patrice Rue O, Magog
J1X 1W7
819-571-4527
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