New businesses to check out in Mont-Tremblant: The brasserie of the Mercenaires culinaires

The brasserie of the Mercenaires culinaires. David Legault & Frédéric Samuel. © Guillaume Vincent

Gradually, new businesses are opening their doors, offering experience and know-how. Seasoned entrepreneurs or young enthusiasts are the next generation to add to the mix and to our enjoyment.

The brasserie of the Mercenaires culinaires – great guys who like to eat, drink and discuss

Owners David Legault and Frédéric Samuel were business owner neighbours; one of a butcher shop and the other of a breakfast restaurant. As they both love food, beer, good wine and animated discussions, they decided to unite their forces to create a place that reflected them.

“Les Mercenaires culinaires is an urban brasserie concept,” explain the two entrepreneurs with a chuckle. “We want to disassociate ourselves from the brasseries of the ‘70s where you swigged beer while eating pork tongues! We’re aiming instead for a French-style brasserie serving a local clientele that loves food and wants to give itself a treat.”

Rack of lamb, leg of lamb, flank steak or beef tartare – all come from local producers and are prepared with real demi-glace sauces. Wind up your feast with a house-made dessert. You can have a glass of wine without ordering food, but it’s not a bar. Closes at 10 p.m. This winter, after skiing, it would be an excellent place to come and eat, drink and talk with friends.

409, rue de Saint-Jovite – 819 717-4141 facebook.com/La-Brasserie-des-Mercenaires-Culinaires

 

ERRATUM: Last month we mistakenly reversed the numbers in the address of Comics à Roch. Our apologies. The correct address is 637 rue Labelle.  

 

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Daniel Gauvreau

 

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Récréologue et journaliste de formation, tour à tour organisateur, formateur, consultant, chroniqueur et traducteur dans le milieu du plein air, Daniel Gauvreau est passionné d’activité physique en extérieur. De retour d’un périple au Québec et en France, il a choisi les Hautes-Laurentides pour satisfaire son amour de la nature. Semi-retraité, moniteur de ski de fond à SFMT, son expérience profite désormais aux lecteurs de Tremblant Express. Recreation professional and journalist by education, organizer, trainer, consultant, columnist and translator about the outdoors by experience, Daniel Gavreau is passionate about physical activity outside. Following a trip through Québec and France, he chose the Hautes-Laurentides as the place to satisfy his love of nature. Semi-retired and teaching cross-country skiing with SFMT, he now offers his experience to Tremblant Express readers.

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