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Altitude seafood and grill - <em>lounge</em>

Discover our warm and trendy restaurant and its "surf and turf" menu.

Altitude seafood and grill - <em>lounge</em>

Discover our warm and trendy restaurant and its "surf and turf" menu.

Altitude seafood and grill - lounge restaurant is the perfect place to relax and savour a delicious meal with a fabulous mountain view. This chic restaurant offers surf and turf specialties in cozy surroundings with an urban décor.


Opening hours :

September 8 to October 19
Monday to Friday: noon to 10 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Reservations are recommended

Capacity :
Total capacity 122:
- 92 indoors
- 30 on the heated outdoor patio (seasonal)

Information and reservations: 819 429-4192

Every Sunday

Every Sunday, come and enjoy our abundant brunch!

Sundays, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
$23.90* per person
$19.95* for Casino Privilèges members

*Price per person. Taxes and service not included.

Special activities

Oyster tasting from $15*

September 4 to November 1 from 5 p.m

Enjoy our Oyster Festival at Altitude restaurant!

The Oyster Festival is back!

Try our delicious selection of cooked oysters and our choices of garnishes. There's something for everyone!

Menu available daily, starting at 5 p.m.

See our menu [PDF, 70 KB]

Tone Call duo

Friday, September 19 at 7:00 p.m.

Tone Call duo

Tone Call is a duet combining the best of both worlds: Young and dynamic musicians with great experience. Having performed more than 400 shows in Asia, the Middle East and at hundreds of venues throughout Canada, each musician has a solid background and an ever-growing repertoire. Their formula is adapted to suit the occasion: acoustic and loungy for restaurants and cocktails, or lively and festive to heat up the dance floor for corporate evenings.

Boomers duo

Saturday, September 20 and Friday, September 26 at 7:00 p.m.

Boomers duo

Stéphane Carter – lead singer and guitarist and Patrick Coiteux – saxophonist, form the musical group Boomers. Their mission is to provide great music and entertainment, while interpreting an assortment of well-known classics to newly rediscovered pieces. A popular and in-demand group, their versatility in performing jazz-Crooners, rock ‘n’ roll, disco, ballads, and 70s and 80s top chart music, is very much appreciated by a wide range of audiences, and has them tapping their feet and swinging to the music!

Duo Dupuis

Saturday, September 27 at 7:00 p.m.

Dupuis was recognized in 2007, after climbing to the top of the Quebec charts as a guest on the hit single Turn Your Head Around by the hip hop group L’Assemblée. This success helped him get his own radio success and a debut album Des réponses. He dedicated the following years to writing with different artistes such as Gage and Eva Avila, and he also lent his voice for a multitude of ads and TV shows, the most popular being La Galère. He was honoured when renowned singer Nadja decided to do a remake of his single Des réponses in 2013, giving his debut album a second breath. Since 2011, Dupuis has been performing across Canada with Hubert Tremblay on guitar and Harvey Bien-Aimé on drums.

Valectra

Friday, October 3 at 7 p.m.

Valectra

Known for her collaborations with such renowned performers as Éric Lapointe, Valectra finally reveals her true identity on a trip through her very own musical universe. This artist at heart will win you over with her soft voice and enticing melodies.

Wang Dang Doodle

Saturday, October 4 at 7 p.m.

Wang Dang Doodle

Marc Parent and David Bellemare have been playing together since 2000. David has been an active player on the Montréal jazz scene, playing with Alain Carron and Vic Vogel, collaborating with Cirque du Soleil® and even accompanying the great Dave Brubeck. Marc has been active on the Montréal blues circuit since 1988 with his band Wang Dang Doodle. He has also accompanied Breen Leboeuf, Marie Carmen and Luce Dufault, and is the lead singer for Steely Dan tribute band Babylon Sister. Together this duo has played many jazz and blues festivals in Canada; the Tremblant International Blues Festival holds a special place in their hearts. This duo blends acoustic blues from Eric Clapton and Etta James to more pop-driven songs like those of James Brown and the Doors, giving them a sound all their own.

Melina Soochan

Friday, October 10 at 7:00 p.m.

Melina Soochan

Montréal singer-pianist Melina Soochan present’s a unique blend of jazz, blues, soul and lounge. Melina is a graduate of McGill’s renowned music program and has recorded 2 albums and shot 3 music videos, one of which is currently being played on Bravo and CJNT. She is energetic and will make you groove all night long!

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