QUÉBÉCOIS Panache is a superior restaurant housed in the repurposed buildings that make up the likewise superior hotel, Auberge St-Antoine. Historic preservationists will appreciate that the massive wood beams and stone walls of a 19th-century wharf have been incorporated into a rough-hewn, cleverly designed dining space (in summer, there’s quite a terrace). Oenophiles can choose from an extensive wine list (700+ labels from 14 countries). And locavores should know that the kitchen has an organic garden on the nearby Île d’Orléans. But let’s talk meat: Beef, veal, and duck are locally sourced and served with the likes of chanterelles and garlic flower or blueberry reduction sauce. Panache has also taken its food on the road with two mobile food trucks and the casual Café de la Promenade, on La Promenade Samuel-De Champlain.