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BOHO Boutique Hostels’ mission is to not only feed your soul but also your stomach. Your taste buds will rejoice with the restaurants, cafes, bakeries, cider houses and vineyards located just a few minutes from BOHO Dunham.
Rated by RateBeer, Dunham Brasserie is among the 100 best microbreweries in the world. For an unprecedented gastronomic experience, indulge yourself with a meal at the brasserie’s La Table Fermière, chef Luc Pinard's playground, where he brilliantly cooks savory meals using seasonal local and organic ingredients.. One visit will make you completely gaga.
The L’Épicerie-Café Dunham is a café-bistro, caterer and counter for marinated meats and ready-to-go meals of a good variety. The menu is sure to please all visitors including vegetarians and those looking for gluten-free options. The also host wines and spirits from the Brome-Missisquoi region.
This restaurant with Spanish and Latin American influences has won our hearts from the first bite. Paella, tapas, and wines; the experience is multisensory! In addition, La Bodega offers shows and fiestas.
As take-out back to BOHO Hostels or maybe a picnic in near by, The Rumeur Affamée has over 30 types of artisanal handmade breads using bio flour and the tradition of France and deli products.
They also offer a delicious selection of pies, pastries, and coffee from France and Quebec. Before leaving Dunham, you may want to fill your pantries with their yummy jams and a variety of local products, Got a craving for ice cream? Stop in for some Bilboquet ice cream.
The Route has 22 vineyards, 4 road circuits and 4 bike tours that will make your experience a most unforgettable one. Take the time to explore the best of Quebec has to offer and talk with wine abd cider makers who are passionate about their craft and their products. On average guests can visit 3-4 vineyards in a day.