When the time comes to top up on energy with a good meal, there is no shortage of choice in the Laurentians. With over 1,370 restaurants, varying in style from gastronomic cuisine to home-cooking, with many tables offering fine regional products as well, and a good range of fast food outlets and more specialized restaurants offering international cuisine, there’s not much chance of going hungry!
Located on the shores of Lake Masson, the Viking Restaurant & Bar offers fine cuisine in beautiful surroundings.
A welcoming atmosphere, succulent high-quality meals and exceptional service.
Festive artisanal brewery. Great selection of beers, local alcohols, ciders, light meals and tapas (nachos & pizzas). Come join us during the numerous cultural activities: shows, exhibitions, games, documentaries, movies, musical improvisation match. Sunny terrace in the heart of the village of Val-David.
Restaurant, butcher shop, deli, café, prepared foods, local delicacies, privately imported wines, cheeses and rotisserie, etc.
A great place, with a friendly atmosphere, to taste original beers. More than 10 different beers are brewed on site. Affordable lunch menu, happy hour (beer specials) from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Friday, table d’hôte, Thursday to Sunday and kid’s menu.
Since 1945, the restaurant Au Petit Poucet offers traditional and authentic Québec cuisine.
Certified Terroir et Saveurs du Québec, La Tour du Lac offers a refined table d'hôte. The dining room will surprise you by its rich woodwork and decor.
Whether for the variety of exquisite donuts, legendary coffee, perfectly grilled paninis, wraps, sandwiches or hot and comforting soups, the welcoming team of Tim Hortons Val-David invite you in th
Founded in Montréal in 1998, the Brasserie Dieu du Ciel! craft brewery produces and bottles 20 world-class beers in Saunt-Jérôme, on rotation for tasting in the pub, on the terrace, or to go.
Altitude Seafood and Grill restaurant serves up delicious cuisine in a warm and modern setting.
Café O'Marguerites presents a unique concept in the Laurentians, where meals are prepared with care and are composed of fresh local and organic products.
Fine French cuisine. Fresh regional produce. Gueridon
flambé service. Gastronomic menu, table d’hôte, gluten free choice. Vegetarian
Mediterranean-style cuisine, fish, meat, poultry, bring your own wine.
Guy Bazinet and Guylaine Emond, owners of Patate Ben-Venue, carry on the tradition and offer the famous original gluten-free poutine as well as the renowned cheeseburger that have earned Patate Ben
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