Saint-Sauveur and the surrounding area: Our suggested addresses


The town of Saint-Sauveur is a very popular destination in the Laurentians. There are a number of attractions that make it a pleasant vacation spot at any time of the year. In the winter, it is for skiing, while the water park attracts families in the summer. In addition to the people who live or stay here, many people stop in Saint-Sauveur for a break before heading back on the road. The 117 passes through the town and people heading north to the Laurentians can’t miss it.

It goes without saying that the commercial development of Saint-Sauveur follows the demand created by the tourist sector. It is therefore not surprising to find several good places to eat. A rest stop doesn’t necessarily mean fast food, and whether you’re coming to Saint-Sauveur to stay or are just passing through, there are several interesting options to get something to eat.

Here is a list of places to visit to discover the culinary landscape of Saint-Sauveur and its surroundings.

For other suggestions in the Laurentians, consult our list of good addresses in the village of Sainte-Thérèse.

Baumier - Bar à vin

Baumier offers refined boreal cuisine and a dynamic wine list. The menu, in tune with the seasons, changes frequently as local products are promoted. The wine list, managed by Nicolas Quinto, is sure to charm you, and will accompany Arianne Faucher’s cuisine beautifully. A superb address in the Laurentians!

695A Chemin Avila


Formerly located in the village of Saint-Sauveur, the Olodge has moved to a brand new location in Piedmont. It’s a great place to stop for a coffee and a snack before a hike. The Olodge is also a boutique where you can buy goods for the outdoors. Photo Thomas Galarneau

670 Boulevard des Laurentides

Photography by Maestro


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