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Another Quebec bar closes: after 30 years, Les Voûtes Napoléon will disappear from the Grande Allée

Another pub announced its closure on Tuesday in the Quebec region.

Gone are the days when customers lined up in front of bars and nightclubs.

A 30-year-old establishment will soon be gone, adding to the long list of popular locations that have closed.

“It is with a heavy heart that we would like to inform you that our foundation Les Voûtes Napoléon will close its doors permanently on June 1, 2023, after 30 years of activity,” the singers’ fund wrote on its Facebook page a few years ago. . hours.

Opened in 1993, Les Voûtes welcomes its customers at 680 Grande-Allée Est. The bar, which belongs to Michel Gagnon, will be open every evening from 9 pm until May 31, 2023 inclusive.

“Thank you so much to each and every one of you for your support and loyalty over the years. You made every evening special and you created a unique atmosphere, which makes Voûtes an incomparable place in Quebec,” we can also read.

The owner makes sure that it is not closed because there are no customers, on the contrary. He says the end of the lease dictated that decision.

“The winter was very good. The storm worked. We are not closing due to lack of customers. There will be another bar here,” said Michel Gagnon, who did not want to talk about his future projects.

It ended “I’m going to rest a bit!”

Over the past 15 years, many of Quebec’s well-known bars have closed, including the Palladium, the Palace, Sainte-Foy’s liquor store, the Ozone Hotel Bar, and the Beaugarte and Maurice Night Club.