Tucked away in the streets of Quebec City you’ll find the inconspicuous entrance to the Auberge Saint Antoine. A contemporary yet warm and cozy boutique hotel hidden by a historic façade dating back to the early 1600s. You could say the property is almost cloaked to blend into the rest of the euro styled streets so much to the point that Keia and I walked passed the front door and found ourselves pulling on handles down the street that probably havne’t been opened for a few decades. Once we realized where the entrance was, we slipped inside and was pleasantly welcomed by a French speaking doorman who greeted us and quickly switched over to English due in park to the look of confusion we have a tendency to make every time someone speaks to us in French.
Driving down Woodward, tucked in off Watson Street lies a unique dining experience that is well deserving of a 60-minute drive from the burbs or a 6 minute walk for the local Detroiter.