SATURDAY, JULY 6, 2019 by Rachelle Lash
Food: The Coop du Grand-Bois is the hub of community life in St-Etienne-de-Bolton, with art expositions and get-togethers that attract locals and visitors.
At the Coop's bistro, chef Lyne Laliberté cooks up homespun lunchtime specials for $13, including soup, coffee, dessert dans main course such as moussaka or chili with tofu and mango. The Café serves all-day lunch Thursdays to Sundays and brunch on week ends.
The Coop stocks prepared meals to go, wine, jams, coffee, smoked fish, cheeses, maple products from l'Érablière Vincent im St-Etienne-de-Bolton, baked goods from La Mie Bretonne in Cowansville ans terrines from Ducs de Montrichard in Orford.