Weekends spent up north may primarily revolve around barbecues in the summer and home-cooked dinners holed up by a fire in the winter, but there’s plenty the mountains north of Montreal have to offer by way of restaurants. From crêperies to câsse-croutes, bistros to boulangeries, no one leaves the Laurentians hungry.
You can’t throw a stone without hitting a crêperie — Crêperie Au Tournesol is arguably best but Mont-Tremblant’s Crêperie Catherine or Saint-Sauveur’s Crêperie Bretonne are just as beloved — and excellent greasy spoon breakfast options like Au Petit Poucet abound.
On the fancier side, bistros like La Table des Gourmets or Estérel Resort’s Bistro à Champlain fit the bill, and on the complete other end of the spectrum, casse-croûtes like 100% Boeuf dot most main roads and highways. It’s a wide expanse and each little town has its own gems.Read More