Sainte-Foy is a former city in central Quebec, Canada on the shores of the Saint Lawrence River. Ste-Foy was amalgamated into Quebec City on January 1, 2002. Sainte Foy is a major suburban neighbourhood west of downtown Quebec and it is a great part of the economic life of Quebec, by the presence of the Jean Lesange International Airport, Universite Laval, amny shopping malls and both bridges to the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River. The beginning of Sainte Foy goes back to 1669, when Father Chaumont erected a chapel for Hurons, which was dedicated to Notre Dame de Foy. Sainte Foy is a great holiday spot that offers peace, tranquillity and a wonderful dining experience.
Laurier Quebec is one of the largest shopping malls in Sainte Foy and in Canada. It is located in Quebec and has approximately 300 stores, is built on three levels, has an underground parking, a multilevel parking and an outdoor parking area. Place Laurier was the first indoor mall in the province in Quebec. It is a great place, where you can shop, eat and have fun.
Zibo is a unique restaurant in Sainte Foy, since it brings the concept of restaurant bars in Canada. The venue offers tasty cuisine including salads, pizzas, pastas and grilled meats, an extensive wine list and a very hip atmosphere. The dining area has a very nice ambiance and the staff caters to the need of every customer, while the bar area has a nice lounge feel to it.
Baton Rouge is another great eating spot in Sainte Foy that provides an ever satisfying experience, from the great food to the relaxing atmosphere. This charming Sainte Foy venue offers its customers an intimate dinner ambiance. Baton Rouge promises perfection in both the restaurant experience and the dining pleasure. The signature dish are the bone ribs and the fresh fish or perfectly ages steak cooked over a real wood fire.