You want a fried scallops and mushrooms, traditional minestrone soup, veal cutlet or a great dish Italian pasta? And how about to experience an old train station? You are the best resource!
Our menu offers a wide variety of tasty pizzas cooked in a wood oven as the old! In a setting like no other, we welcome as courting couples than large families with children and business groups. With our six sections on the two floors, in addition to our terrace directly on the main road from St-Jovite, a comfortable place awaits you for lunch and dinner. Ask to see our extensive wine list!
It was via Curé Labelle’s railway, which reached Saint-Jovite in 1893, that the first travelers found their way into the mountains of the Pays-d’en-Haut. But it was only in 1927 that the first “snow trains” began transporting hordes of skiers to the mountains. The “P’tit Train du Nord” railway and the increasing popularity of skiing then made possible construction of the inns and other buildings that were needed to welcome the growing numbers of visitors.
In 1987, the Saint-Jovite train station was sold and relocated to Saint-Jovite’s centre-town. Mr. George Kelegher, a well-known antique dealer, undertook the renovation and redecoration of the station, taking great pains to preserve its authenticity. In June of 1988, artist Pierre Hardy painted a magnificent mural on the facing wall, transporting its viewers to the P’tit Train du Nord experience of the 1930s.
Antipasto restaurant, which had been operating on rue St-George since 1984, then moved into the train station. It reopened its doors on June 30th, 1988, allowing this Canadian Pacific Railway building to find again its true vocation, that of welcoming visitors and locals to the town centre.
In 2014, it is with great pride that all restaurant Antipasto team, will celebrate the 30th anniversary of this great adventure. Come celebrate with us throughout the year!
At Antipasto, the handsome red brick wood-burning oven holds centre stage in the middle of thekitchen. The warmth and aromas that emanate from it spread throughout the rooms and invite guests to relax and enjoy themselves. Using this type of oven is the classic method for cooking pizzas. The oven burns maple wood – a traditional technique greatly appreciated by our guests, who see it as our pledge of quality.
The dishes are prepared in an open kitchen, which allows those who wish to do so to watch our cooks hard at work… AND THINGS REALLY GET MOVING! In addition to pizzas and pasta, the house specialty is veal cutlet, served with a variety of delicious sauces. Our regulars might suggest you try our popular calzone or other dishes served during Lunch-Express, every day. Our wine list offers a wide selection of Italian wines: the usual ones, private imports, “Great wines of Tuscany” and others. Some of our wines are served by the glass or in 500ml carafes.
Are you looking for a warm and inviting reception room in which to entertain a group for a birthday,business lunch, dinner-cocktail reception or any other event? We would be delighted to accommodate you in one of our reception rooms, whatever your needs. Don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss your projects; we would love to help you work out all the details.
Since 1984, people have been coming to Antipasto, but what’s more important, they return again and again. Why? Simply because Antipasto offers :
Are you in the mood for some sautéed scallops and oyster mushrooms, a traditional minestrone soup, excellent Italian pasta or a tender, juicy, veal cutlet? You’ve come to the right place! Our menu also offers a wide variety of delicious pizzas!
* Two dining rooms are available for groups, business lunches, birthdays, anniversaries and other events.
In the centre of Mont-Tremblant
Antipasto bar, terrace & restaurant is located in the heart of Mont-Tremblant’s centre-town, previously known as Saint-Jovite. With its spectacular architecture and the delicious aromas that emanate from its wood-burning oven, you can’t miss it! See you soon...