Summer means terrace season in Québec.  Tremblant is no exception with dozens of lively and quaint outdoor venues where you can enjoy a great variety of your favourite dishes.  Even regulars and locals may discover something new in our 5 distinct sectors of our pedestrian village.  Here’s our seasonal guide to the Tremblant terraces… Enjoy !

Place Saint-Bernard

Want a table in the middle of all the hustle and bustle?  Place St-Bernard is located near the foot of the hill.  A genuine village square surrounded by colourful rooftops and a wide variety of shopping and dining venues, most with sun filled terraces. Summer is such a great season in Tremblant, don’t miss out!

Grab an outdoor seat at one of these restaurants:

Promenade Deslauriers

Looking for a more intimate setting for your meal?  Pass beneath the arches from the rue des Remparts and you’ll find the Promenade Deslauriers with its beautiful gardens.

Sit back and relax at this terrace:

Le Vieux Tremblant 

Some may recognize the small buildings in the old sector of the village as the individual skiers’ chalets that peppered the base of the hill several years ago.  These quaint structures have been transformed into local businesses of all types.  Many are now specialty restaurants:  French, Asian, brasserie, ice cream parlor and more, and most have their outdoor space to enjoy.

Pick your spot in the sun at one of these outdoor patios:

La rue des Remparts 

The name may not ring a bell but if you’ve visited us before you have surely walked up the Rue de Remparts from the base of the village to the Place St-Bernard.  Lined with shops and restaurants, you may take much longer to make it up the hill than you planned.  Charming stores will lure you with their sports and fashion clothing, art, decor and souvenirs.

You’ll want to enjoy one of these terraces during your shopping break:

 

Place des Voyageurs

Located at the base of the village, Place de Voyageurs and its iconic tower clock greet thousands of visitors from all over the world each year.  It is the starting point of many sports and cultural festivals and a popular meeting spot.  This sector also offers a small variety of dining and outdoor venues to enjoy.

Check out these favourites:

 

You’ve guessed it… We LOVE eating outdoors!  We hope you do too.