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This casual Canmore bistro in the Three Sisters community has a relaxed atmosphere away from the bustle of downtown. Cycle there from town centre along Bow River trails. Chef Anthony Rabot prepares Canadian fare and dishes from his native France from scratch using fresh ingredients; he often interacts with patrons as he works. Features include a three-course menu du jour, home baked treats and locally roasted coffee. Their L’Epicerie Fine products are sold on-site include pâtés, confits and rubs. The Market offers weekly and weekend specials and chef’s daily inspiration menu items; check the website or call for details.
In 2019 Anthony is collaborating with Chef Danny Beaullieu to bring the freshest, locally sourced ingredients to your plate.
Atmosphere & Accolades
The airy bistro has big windows, an open kitchen and local art for sale. The secluded patio has picnic and round tables with umbrellas, all with beautiful mountain views. Winner of the “Chef of the Festival” award at Canmore Uncorked in 2017 and 2018. The Market rates 4.5 stars on TripAdvisor; CBC food critic John Gilchrist called Rabot’s lemon pie the best ever.
Monday and Wednesday feature a three course daily menu du jour for $25
Wine Wednesdays: $5 glasses of wine
The Market has live music throughout the year; refer to its website for dates.
Wednesday: The cheapest 3 course menu in the valley: $25 and $5 glass of wine! Add a cup of Soup of the Day to any wrap or sandwich for only $3.
Mains: $16 to $28; breakfast $7 to $14; three-course menu du jour $25 to $35
Drinks: wines $28 to $65, 100 choices; $10 to $15 by the glass; $15 corkage; shop at the liquor store next door