It was the Honourable Justice Philippe-Auguste Choquette who in 1899 commissioned the renowned architect, Georges-Émile Tanguay, to build this sumptuous residence displaying decorative refinement rarely seen in Québec City. The home subsequently belonged to a variety of prominent Québec City residents many of whom were high-profile lawyers and politicians.
The building has been restored with taste and authenticity to highlight its numerous architectural features. Its well-positioned location along with the quality of its architectural detail fully explain the contemporary interest the building continues to enjoy.
High-quality seating and furniture are at your disposal as a complement to a perfect evening.