Cabane à sucre expeditions are one of Quebec’s classic. Maple taffy, delicious beans, greasy bacon and a digestive walk in the forest on the crunchy snow make this cozy and comforting experience and unforgettable one.
Location: 1054, boul. Arthur-Sauvé, Saint-Eustache
Look at this cute house with a red roof. You just know people are welcoming at Cabane à Sucre Constantin by glancing at the place.
Their delicious family menu and traditions stand the test of time since 1941, so they got the food box checked out.
It also doesn’t hurt that they offer a wide range (132 to be precise) of incredible home made products for you to take home and feel slightly guilty about eating. Hey, enjoy it. You deserve it.
Location: 45 Chemin du Sous-Bois, Mont-Saint-Grégoire.
If you’re looking to eat like a king and then spend some time doing awesome activities, Érablière Charbonneau might be the place for you.
Start by enjoying some maple sausages, pea soup and sugar pie before going for a racket walk or visiting the maple evaporation room to learn about their processes.
If you happen to be there on a Saturday and you’re feeling a bit jittery with all that sugar, stay through a the night and enjoy a traditional dance session. Trust us, it’s groovy.
Location: Pavillon Jacques-Cartier, Montreal Old Port
Situated right in the Old Port of Montreal, this is the right pick for you if you don’t feel like taking the car all the way outside Montreal.
Sit in a sparkly decor and ambiance to enjoy a more “chic” version of traditional cabane à sucre meals. The menu is created by chef Hakim Chajar and Agnus Dei.
Location: 11382 Rang de la Fresnière, Mirabel
Cabane à sucre Au Pied de Cochon is one of Montreal’s most popular ones.
That’s probably because their menu is the fanciest of all of them. Their gastronomical twist on some of our favourite cabane à sucre meals are absolutely incredible.
While a little more expensive, it’s absolutely worth it. Check out their online boutique if you feel like you need a little sugar rush.
Location: 190 Rang des Soixante, Saint-Marc-sur-Richelieu.
The old school vibe of Cabane à Sucre Hanfield transport you back in time.
It contains 3 rustic, wood fireplace heated rooms for you to savor your Quebec delicacies.
You can also stay on site to sleep as they offer cozy lodging, ideal for families.
Looking for a place to stay in Montreal after your cabane à sucre expedition? Check out Trylon!