Pictures: André-Olivier Lyra
Chez BICEPS B.B.Q.
Located in the premises of an old pizzeria, the establishment is in fact a caravan having undergone multiple enlargements over time. Renovated with barn wood in the 70’s, the building now boasts an enchanting decor reminiscent of a rustic cabin where it feels good. It is in this context that chef Vincent Chatigny makes you discover his cuisine strongly inspired by the B.B.Q. of the south of the United States, emphasizing local products prepared with respect and authenticity, in a meaningful heritage atmosphere. Typical Quebec antique chairs, mismatched crockery, country music, original wine list, microbrewery beers and a good choice of North-American whiskies alongside the 1.000 lb Texan Maple wood smokehouse. The values which embody the soul of the restaurant: tradition and great spaces, founding principles of our grandparents’ America.
Vincent Chatigny and Jean-Simon Pouliot
Leaves nobody indifferent!
Striking and daring, this logo gathers the whole concepts which are conveyed by Chez Biceps B.B.Q. Indeed, the musculature makes a wink to the name of the company, the rebellious attitude testifies of the determination of the owners to lead their restaurant towards the success, the cigar with the lips nicely emphasizes the “meat smoked” aspect which is on the menu. Moreover, the cross testifies to the attachment to the cultural and religious values of Quebec and finally, the weapon brings out the idea of freedom and self-sufficiency.
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