Local intel

Apart from the beautiful countryside landscapes, what makes Sainte-Thècle so charming is the local people and businesses. Some are from here, others like us, come from elsewhere, and it's all together that they make our beautiful village shine.

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Belle à Croquer

Valérie & Sébastien

 

The Belle à croquer soap shop is a story of passion, imagination, creations and above all a story of family tradition.

 

Pure, distinct and organic body care products. Belle à croquer cultivates, transforms and makes 100% of its production by hand thanks to its own gardens.

belleacroquer.ca

Boulangerie Germain

Martin & Pascal

 

Boulangerie Germain is one of the last bakeries in Quebec to use an oven with a wooden peel. La Boulangerie Germain offers fresh bread, made by hand every day, prepared meals for take out, artisanal pastries and cakes for all occasions!

boulangeriegermain.com

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Lignée RR2

Marie-Claude & Christian (and their 3 daughters!)

 

Creative charcuterie offering artisanal sausages inspired by the Mauricie region.

Lignée RR2 is a creative charcuterie that concocts products inspired by the Mauricie heritage. Fermented and cured sausages, authentic cold cuts and artisanally smoked meats are made with the best quality regional ingredients

ligneerr2.com

Aux Cinq Soeurs

Roxanne & Oliver

 

Friendly café-boutique with the authentic vintage atmosphere of a former General Store. Aux Cinq Soeurs (in honour of the five LeBlanc sisters who ran their father's store until it closed) offers coffees, teas, other beverages, snacks & pastries. It is also showcases creations from more than 100 Quebec artisans + Quebec wines and ciders.

auxcinqsoeurs.com

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Brûlerie Mékinoise

Natalie

 

For more than 8 years, the Brûlerie Mékinoise has been offering locals and visitors to the region a specialty coffee. Coffee beans are roasted in small batches to ensure freshness. Several blends and grains from around the world are offered to please all palates. The workshop is located in St-Tite, the neighbouring village.

bruleriemekinoise.com

Au Petit Palace

Family restaurant. Dining room, delivery and take-out available.

 

aupetitpalace.com

Tacos El Sombrero

Best Mexican restaurant in Mauricie. BOOK EARLY! Open April to December.

 

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Marché Tradition

The village supermarket and SAQ Agence. Very close to Parc St-Jean (beach).

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Grano-Vrac & Délices

Natural and organic grocery store.

grano-vrac.com

Esso Roger Bacon

Service station and convenience store.  

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Familiprix
Extra

Pharmacy

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Dépanneur
Boni-soir

Cold beer and good soft serve ice cream... What else needs to be said?

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It's worth the drive...

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Microbrasserie
À la Fût

À la Fût offers you craft beers brewed on site and a warm and unique pub, worthy of the greatest western saloons!

 

alafut.qc.ca
At 13.6 km (Yes, it's an easy fatbike ride!)
14 minute drive

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Restaurant
Zélé

One of our favourite restaurants! "À l'ardoise" menu that presents French-inspired cuisine made with local and seasonal products.

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35 km away
31 minute drive

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Jules - fromages & convives

A kitchen with a wood oven, dishes to share in conviviality. Delicatessen, cheeses, charcuterie, local products, "and local and imported wines.

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35 km away
31 minute drive