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The Market Bistro at Three Sisters

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102, 75 Dyrgas Gate
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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 breakfasts served until noon (to 2 pm Sundays), a three-course menu du jour, home baked treats and locally roasted coffee. New L’Epicerie Fine products 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.

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 2017. The Market rates 4.5 stars on TripAdvisor; CBC food critic John Gilchrist called Rabot’s lemon pie the best ever.


The Market has live music throughout the year; refer to its website for dates.

Menu Samples

  • Breakfast: French-style omelette; Triple B (baked breakfast burrito); bagels
  • Soups: French onion (chef’s specialty); homemade daily soups
  • Three course daily menu du jour
  • Blackened Chicken Salad: organic greens, balsamic reduction, mixed nuts
  • Pacific Salmon Salad: pan seared, greens, capers, oranges, olive oil dressing
  • Mussels Provencale: ground pork, tomato, garlic and herbs
  • Sandwiches and Wraps: le Parisien (baguette, butter, ham, aged cheddar); The Market wrap (sundried tomato pesto, spinach, feta, seasonal vegetables, caramelized onion, roasted chicken, pear or apple); homemade pulled pork
  • Porchetta: cured and braised pot belly seasoned with lemon zest, fennel, garlic and herbs
  • Beef Back Ribs: slowly wine braised and served with garlic mash potatoes
  • Vegetarian Lasagna: pasta from Canmore Pasta Company
  • Thin Crust Pizza (locally made; gluten-free option): try the proscuitto with tomato sauce, sun dried tomato pesto, mozzarella, pears, spinach, olives, feta
  • To Share: cheese plate; combo platters with choices of house made duck terrine, cured duck breast, black olive tapenade, smoked salmon pate, hummus
    Desserts: housemade pies (lemon or apple); chocolate cake; assorted cookies

Monday: Come to enjoy the cheapest 3 course menu of the valley: $25.

Wednesday: Come to enjoy the cheapest 3 course menu of the valley: $25. Lunch Special: Baked beef chili (with the choice of salad or baguette), $12.

Friday: Menu du jour: $28-$34. Baked beef chili (with the choice of salad or baguette), $12

. Lunch Special:Baked beef chili (with the choice of salad or baguette), $12.

Saturday: Lunch Special:Baked beef chili (with the choice of salad or baguette), $12.

Sunday: Lunch Special:Baked beef chili (with the choice of salad or baguette), $12.

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

Mon-Thurs 11 am-8 pm, Fri-Sat to 9 pm, Sun 11 am-8 pm; closed Tues
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