The villages and municipalities surrounding the most beautiful mountain in the Quebec region are buzzing with après-ski activity, ambiance, and local products! As the snowfall is eagerly awaited, it’s the perfect time to pick from the best addresses near Mont-Sainte-Anne, which will welcome you this winter after a great day of skiing or snowshoeing.

Main photo: Johany Sergerie

Fresh out of the oven!

Brasseur Des Monts

The brand new microbrewery offers beers brewed on-site in a state-of-the-art brewhouse, as well as dishes inspired by local producers, featuring a chalkboard menu. All this in a cozy spot located between the station and the Mont-Sainte-Anne cross-country ski center, where life is good and sharing is the spirit of the place!

La Grange – Brasserie italienne

Risotto, osso bucco, Neapolitan style pizza, pasta… La Grange serves up Italian culinary delights! With its four-season conservatory, pizza oven, brick walls, and exposed beams, this new spot in Beaupré invites you for a culinary discovery with family and friends, complemented by a festive cocktail.

Bar Chez Pat

By stepping into the Auberge & Campagne, you will also find Bar Chez Pat: the perfect spot to meet locals, share skiing or outdoor stories, and who knows, perhaps also find some hidden treasures… Of course, it’s also the place to enjoy a glass of wine, a local beer, or an espresso in good company, in slippers or ski suits!

Microbrasserie Beaux Prés

Just one year ago, five young entrepreneurs took over the Microbrasserie Beaux Prés and, in the process, refreshed the décor and modernized the production equipment. Located on the banks of the Saint Lawrence River, the microbrewery offers a selection of 16 craft beers on tap as well as a pub-style menu with dishes made from meats smoked on-site. The relaxed atmosphere is perfect for enjoying a pleasant après-ski with family or friends, while discovering local beers.”

Photos: 1-La Grange Brasserie italienne / 2-Bar Chez Pat / 3- Brasseur Des Monts

The Must-Visit Ski-In Ski-Out Addresses

Le Chouette Resto-Bar

At the base of Mont-Sainte-Anne Station awaits Le Chouette, recently renovated with its rustic charm, wildlife photography, and lively musical evenings.

Le Brez

Are you in the mood for a good fondue after skiing? The relaxed atmosphere and specialized cuisine at Le Brez make it a must-visit, literally at the foot of the slopes. Over fifteen different fondues are available (cheese, Chinese, Burgundy, etc.), in addition to European pizzas, tartiflette, tartars, and much more. Guaranteed après-ski ambiance!

Bistro Nordik

Located inside the Delta Mont-Sainte-Anne hotel, Bistro Nordik offers Nordic cuisine with a variety of refined ingredients that showcase the regional terroir products. The magnificent view of the mountain, the warm decor, and the smell of a fireplace make it a most friendly gastronomic stop.

Pub St-Bernard

Cozy and welcoming, St-Bernard combines the pleasure of good food with a relaxed atmosphere close to the ski slopes. Pizza oven, salads, stir-fries, nachos, burgers, and signature dishes are all options for warming up after a good winter sports session.”

Our Favorites for Snacking and Grabbing a Coffee

Shack à Patates

This true ‘shack’ in the heart of the village of St-Ferréol-les-Neiges will comfort you after a day of skiing or snowshoeing. You’ll feel right at home, without having to cook, with a fine selection of Quebec microbrewery beers as a bonus. Themed poutines and a menu that changes weekly will surprise both Quebecers and tourists alike!

Café Apollo

The third-wave Café Apollo offers specialty coffees and a selection of privately imported wines. Located next to the basilica and just steps from the new Sainte-Anne dock, it’s ideally situated for a stop before or after an outdoor activity or simply to enjoy a coffee break in a pretty setting.

Les Bonyeuses

At Les Bonyeuses, they don’t just make bread, they are passionate about it! The scents of bread and pastries will tantalize your sense of smell as much as they delight your eyes. In a warm and friendly atmosphere, you can enjoy croissants, coffee, traditional white bread, hemp bread, chocolate bread, or fougasse, as well as made-to-order sandwiches and breakfasts.

Les Trois Becs

The friendly sandwich shop Les Trois Becs, from renowned chef David Ruel, originally from the French Alps, offers local cuisine inspired by seasonal products. Available for dine-in or take-out, coffees, pastries, salads, and decadent desserts are all part of the experience. Ready-to-eat vacuum-packed meals are also offered if you prefer to spend your après-ski in the comfort of your home or chalet!”

Photos: 1- Shack à Patates / 2- Café Apollo / 3- Les Bonyeuses

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