Mont Tremblant, Québec

August 2017


$$$ : Almost as expensive as Obamacare.

$$ : Reasonable endeavor.

$ : So affordable, you’d think Mexico was paying.

★★★★ : Worth waiting in line for.

★★★☆ : A great experience.

★★☆☆ : Overpriced, overrated (or both!)

★☆☆☆ : Worse than Venezuela’s economy.


Bistro Au Grain de Café
★★★☆
$

Mille Pâtes

★★★☆
$$

Mille Pâtes, a small Italian eatery nestled in the quiet borough of Saint-Jovite, south of the Mont Tremblant resort, is everything the touristy ski-village’s restaurants aren’t. Whereas most (if not all) restaurants in the aesthetic confines of Tremblant lack personality, are overpriced and bland, getting by serving tepid meals to the constant stream of tourists, Mille Pâtes is fresh, flavorful and comforting. It feels as if your Italian grandmother – Nonna – is there, in the kitchen, kneading away at the dough, stretching out long strands of spaghetti and fettuccini and pappardelle; marinating them in giant copper cauldrons of the freshest tomato sauce, born of hand-picked san Marzano tomatoes and fresh basil.

If you’re in Mont Tremblant, whether staying to ski or simply passing by, Mille Pâtes is more than worth the stop for its delicious and comforting Italian cuisine.

Club Plage

★★★☆
$$


Montreal

Notre-Dame Basilica

★★★★
$

Deville Dinerbar

★★★☆
$$

Cheap Thrills

★★★★
$

Melk Bar à Café

★★★☆
$

Schwartz’s

★★★★
$

Crew Collective & Café

★★★☆
$