To get a real taste of Acadian culture, your best bet is to hang out with the locals, taste their food, have a drink with them, and listen to some live music. And it’s exactly that atmosphere that La Brôkerie Bistro Bar creates according to co-owner and musician Pascal Lejeune. “It’s like one big kitchen party. The door’s always open and no evening is ever the same.”See All of Our Insiders
“The recipe for a good time is a good beer, piano, guitar, mandolin, accordion, and a lot of people enjoying themselves with different kinds of music.”
Don’t be shy! Get out and mingle with the locals, grab a drink, and enjoy some live music from the stage of La Brôkerie. “We wanted a bar with a personality that’s a really welcoming place for people.”
Grab an APA – an Acadian Pale Ale – called Lady Chaga. It’s made by Fils du Roy Distillery for La Brôkerie using a mushroom found locally in the forest. Inspired by the British IPA style, it’s a hoppy, bitter beer with a nutty finish.
If you just can’t get enough of fresh seafood (and we do mean fresh) then check out La Terrasse à Steve, where you dine right on the wharf where the boats dock to unload their daily catch. Plus, you might get to see Fred, Steve’s “pet” blue heron.