Le p’tit Caribou
Recommended for its notoriety
Ski Canada magazine has named Le p’tit Caribou the best après-ski bar in Eastern North America 10 years in a row, whereas Forbes said it’s the fourth best après-ski bar in the world. So you know it’s the place to go to have a good time after a day on the mountain. The bar has a great cocktail menu, terrace deck, five bar counters and a rotating lineup of DJs every night to get the party started.
Le p’tit Caribou, 125 Chemin de Kandahar, Mont-Tremblant, QC, Canada, +1 819 681 4500
Recommended for its mulled wine
Le Shack is a long-time favorite for returning skiers on Mont-Tremblant. It’s known for having excellent mulled wine – perfect for warming up after being in the snow. It also has the best burgers on the mountain, large screens for watching sports and a sunny terrace.
Le Shack, Chemin de la Chapelle, Mont-Tremblant, QC, Canada, +1 819 681 4700
Microbrasserie La Diable
Recommended for beer drinkers
For those who prefer beer to mulled wine, go to Microbrasserie La Diable. They brew their 100 percent natural craft beers on-site, and their range includes a wheat beer, pale ale, stout and Trappist ale. La Diable has a great reputation for being value for money, so guests can get a cheap burger to go with their beer too.
La Forge Bar & Grill
Recommended for convenience
La Forge is the most perfectly positioned après-ski spot in Mont-Tremblant. Located between the ski slopes and Plaza St Bernard, skiers and snowboarders don’t have to venture far to get to this place. The first floor is dedicated to the bistro-bar, while the second floor is the grill. La Forge’s restaurant specializes in meat grilled over maple wood and has its own sommelier service. Its upper floor position also means excellent views across the plaza and to the slopes.
Casey’s Bar & Grill
Recommended for sports fans
For people needing their sports fix after skiing and snowboarding, go to Casey’s. This bar and grill has large screen TVs so that you never have to miss a game when on holiday. Its menu has the usual pub fare, including steak, fish, slow-roasted back ribs and pasta. It also has an extensive drink menu with fresh cocktails, wines and domestic and craft beers.
Bar Café D’Epoque
Recommended for people looking to party
To dance the night away in Mont-Tremblant, visitors need to go to Bar Café d’Epoque. This place is renowned for its nightclub, epic themed parties every night and bottle service. Every night between 8–10 pm, it’s also ladies night, which means drink specials. Dancing isn’t only reserved for the dance floor, though, with bar top and cage dancing optional as well. It truly is home to the wildest nights on the mountain.
Recommended for its cozy atmosphere
Located inside the Fairmont Tremblant, the Nansen Lounge is all about fireside seating, comfort food and getting cozy on its soft leather couches. It has a cocktail menu created in conjunction with the Fairmont Artistic Mixology Experiences and offers both international and local vintage wines. Enjoy the impressive views of both Mont-Tremblant’s village and the ski slope from the lounge too.
Casino de Mont-Tremblant
Recommended for a different après-ski experience
Perhaps the most stylish-looking casino from the outside, Casino de Mont-Tremblant is housed inside an alpine-style building, complete with triangular roofs. Along with the usual casino offerings, there are two bars, a restaurant, and regular performances. Altitude Restaurant has outstanding mountain views and a reputation for creative dishes and unique dish presentation.
Recommended for a traditional dinner
La Savoie is the place to go for a hearty meal after tackling the mountain. The menu consists of four different fondues: cheese, broth, oil and red wine. There’s also la pierrade, which translates to a table grill, allowing diners to prepare their own meat. La Savoie offers an authentic alpine experience in Mont-Tremblant.
La Savoie, 115 Chemin de Kandahar, Mont-Tremblant, QC, Canada, +1 819 681 4573