Breathtaking view on the slopes, diversified types of cuisine and an expanded wine list await you at the Feu Follet restaurant. The warm maple and rosemary duck breast is simply delicious, as is the tasty scallops on an olive’s risotto. Try out the veal sweetbreads, which literally melt in your mouth. Delectable breakfasts and brunches are also served 5 days/week before noon and are very popular. (Open from Wednesday morning to Sunday afternoon in winter, 7 days for Christmas and Spring Break weeks, and with reduced menu in summer.)
Next door, the Quatre-Foyers bar offers a great pub menu, starring a crab cake burger, a carbonara orzo with broccoli and of course, the traditional and copious nachos, beloved by skiers and riders. A live band heats up the place every Friday night (10:30pm) during winter season and 5 to 7 entertainment takes place every Saturday. Be there when the dance floor crowds up and ski-shots abound!
|Thursday||5pm to 10:30pm||5pm to 11pm*|
|Friday||5pm to 10:30pm||5pmto 11pm*|
* Closing time can be pushed back.
Bar reserved from 3pm for the New Year’s Eve party and closing at 4pm on January 1st.
|Sunday||8:00am to 1:00pm||Closed|
|Friday||8:00am to 1:00pm||Closed|
|Saturday||8:00am to 1:00pm||Closed|
Open on Monday September 3rd for Labor Day