When Prohibition was in full swing in the U.S.A., and alcohol was forbidden by the Catholic Church in Canada, the Bootlegger Inn (its French name, La Maison du Bootlegger, sounds much classier) was built to fool the morality squads. It bristles with hidden doors, concealed bars, and secret passages, all linked by narrow corridors. Before dinner, everyone gets a full tour of the house, and just before the end of dinner, a full-on rock-‘n’-roll show performed by the house band. The band was as good as I have seen anywhere, and better than most. It was a full evening’s show and a wonderful way to end my visit to Charlevoix.