Mont Tremblant, Quebec: Dining, Apres Ski, Nightlife and Shopping

Mont Tremblant Dining, Après Ski and Nightlife

 

La Cabane à Sucre Millette ( ;the Millette Sugar Shack) - This traditional Quebecois sugar shack collects the sap like they've been doing it for centuries. They are known for their rich family-style meals: pea soup, grandma's omelets, "scrunchies" (salted lard), ham, sausages, maple-poached eggs and pancakes, all especially delicious when drenched in maple syrup. The maple season is from mid-March to mid-April, but the restaurant is open from March 1 to April 20, Tuesday to Sunday. May to February they run tours explaining the transformation of the sap into maple syrup Monday through Friday at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. During this time, the restaurant opens when they have 40 people or more. 

If you have any questions about the Millette Sugar Shack, call 819-688-2101 or 877-688-2101 or visit www.tremblant-sugar-shack.com.

The most popular local favorite for après ski, as well as an evening hang-out, is La Diable Microbrewery (819-681-4546), which features good food and home-crafted beers brewed on site and sold at a reasonable price.

For après ski or simply to relax and enjoy good food, suggest Le Shack (819-681-4900). Located directly at the base of the ski hill. Central bar with flat screens to watch you favorite sport. Reservations recommended for groups of 12+. Tel.: 819-681-4700

Restaurant Lorraine (819-425-5566) is a diner where locals hang out to talk news.

For a true luxury dining experience:

    Resturant la Quintessence (www.hotelquintessence.com/en/restaurant.php)

    Restaurant Patrick Berman

    L'Elephant (819-429-5252)

    Restaurant Aux Truffes (819-681-4544)

    sEb, l'Artisan Culinaire (819-429-6991, www.resto-sEb.com), a restaurant offering a Quebec-themed menu and one of the only restaurant in the province using cuisine moléculaire.

For families and those seeking a more casual dining experience:

    Le Shack (819-681-4900)

    La Forge (www.laforgetremblant.com)

    Casey's Resto Bar (819-681-4601)

    Spag & Co. (www.spagandco.com, 819-681-4444)

 

For nightlife: Le P'tit Caribou (819-681-4500, www.ptitcaribou.com)

 

 

Mont Tremblant Shopping

For shopping, explore the pedestrian Village at Tremblant, featuring traditional native crafts, local jewellers, golf equipment, skiing gear, outdoor sports shops, lingerie, casual and elegant clothes boutiques. Visit www.tremblant.ca/village/boutiques/gifts-e.htm.

The most popular shop for adolescents is Adrénaline (819-681-5501) - Specialists in snowboard and skate culture, Adrénaline is THE hot spot. You'll find an immense selection and all the newest trends and many brands such as Burton, Bonfire, 686, Four Square, Special Blend, Spy, Salomon, Nitro, Ride, Forum, Flow, Vans, Volcom, Billabong, Quicksilver, Roxy, Reef, Smith, Oakley, DC shoes, DVS and Globe.

The most popular shop for kids is Atelier Univers Toutou / Plush Factory (www.universtoutou.com, 819-681-6664/4881). This unique concept gives kids the possibility of creating their very own teddy bear.


While visiting the Laurentians, recommend a half-day's trip to Saint-Jovite (www.st-jovite.com/stjovhomeanglais.html), located just a few miles south of Mont-Tremblant. This cozy little village boasts scores of neat cafés, popular restaurants, and unique specialty and boutique shops. The village's Quartier du Petit Hameau (the "Little Hamlet District") is a worthwhile stop that features several arts and crafts shops.

 

Also well worth a visit are the charming towns Ste. Agathe (www.ste-agathe.com/homeanglais.html) and Saint-Sauveur (www.saint-sauveur.net/st-sau-an/index_html). The latter is known as the largest night-skiing destination in the world. For accommodations there, recommend the Manoir Saint-Sauveur (http://www.manoir-saint-sauveur.com/ENG/index.html), which also has an excellent restaurant, spa and convention facilities.



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