Café d'chez-nous

Le Café d'chez-nous is a gathering and creation place for everybody. All year long, this coffee shop hosts a wide variety of artists. Whether in music, canvas creation, painting, conferences, poetry, readings of all kinds, storytelling and more... events created around this wonderful world make us live magical moments. Entrance fee might be asked for shows or special events.

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Contact

1-97, road Principal
Cap-aux-Meules, G4T 1C3
(Quebec, Canada)

Phone : 418 986-3939Phone : 418 986-3939Phone : 418 937-8982Phone : 418 937-8982

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Activities

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    Length
    2h00

General information

Managers Marlène Vigneau
Island Cap aux Meules Island
We speak Français, English
Additional Information
  • Non-Smoking
  • Wireless Internet
Payment methods accepted

Partner establishments

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    Fromagerie du Pied-De-Vent

    Local made cheese fabric. Try the famous "Pied-de-Vent" and the "Tomme des Demoiselles". Pied-de-vent cheese molding demonstration every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 11am.

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  • Le Barbocheux
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    Le Barbocheux

    The Madelinots always say that "bagosse" is the beer of the Islands, but it is really a traditional home-brewed wine. Le Barbocheux: Artisanal winery. Our products: Bagosse, fortified wine (porto style) and berry liqueurs.

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  • Le Verger Poméloi
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    Le Verger Poméloi

    Working in harmony with nature, we take advantage of the exceptional yeast produced by fruits grown in salty sea air. The juice is slowly cold-fermented to bring out the finest flavours and aromas of our apples and honey. We then process our salt-misted fruits to create four elixirs: “l'Enchanteur de pommes,” “le Chouchen,” “l'Escarbille” and “le Pomeloi” (with an apple in the bottle).

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  • À l'abri de la Tempête - microbrasserie
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    À l'abri de la Tempête - microbrasserie

    À l'abri de la Tempête believes in maximum use of local raw materials in the creation of its beers. We started by using locally malted barley, then moved on to harvesting and using fresh flowers, marine algae and herbs. We use locally-grown ingredients to brew our full-flavoured, distinctive beers. Guided tours, boutique and beer pub on place. Follow us on Facebook !

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  • La Brûlerie de Café des Îles de la Madeleine
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Dates and opening hours

Open year round

Sunday to thursday :
Closed
Friday :
Open
17:00 à 19:00
Saturday :
Closed