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Restaurant for Birthday in Quebec City

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Hi everyone! I'd love to request some suggestions for a special occasion dinner in QC. It's for my mother's 70th birthday, and while she appreciates good food and ingredients, her tastes do not lean toward overly gourmet or complicated (for instance, I don't believe she'd be a fan of molecular gastronomy.) Additionally, it's her two children traveling with her, so I know she would hate for us to take her to a outrageously expensive restaurant (we're adults, but she hates when we spend too much money, so no $300/person meals.) Hopefully something nice, but not so pricey that she'll stress all night about how much we're spending. I'm thinking entrees costing $40 or less. Her favorite cuisine is Italian, but we're open to other ideas as long as it's not Chinese, Korean (she eats that all the time), or Indian. None of us are big drinkers, so wine list not as important. We don't plan to pack formal clothing, but will have nice slacks and tops, etc. and will be staying in Old Quebec.

If anyone has a suggestion for a nice birthday dinner, I'd so appreciate it. Thanks!

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