Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality to Introduce Léo in Early 2024

Leo Oliver Bonacini Restaurant

MONT-TREMBLANT, Que. — The Grande Dame of Mont-Tremblant, Le Westin Tremblant, will welcome a new upscale destination for all-day dining in early 2024 from Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality, Léo boire + manger. The new concept will be led by corporate executive chef Anthony Walsh and district executive chef Kevin Ramasawmy from Montreal’s Bar George.

Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as weekend brunch and late-night cocktails, Léo will deliver a culinary experience that combines excellence with a welcoming atmosphere, catering to both local residents and visiting guests staying at the resort. Focused on delivering top-notch cuisine that’s both refined and accessible to all, the restaurant will showcase a robust wine list emphasizing natural winemakers and strong local representation with a wide range of varietals and price points.

Upon entering Le Westin Tremblant, guests will be invited into Léo’s completely transformed space which will anchor a sensational, elevated culinary and social hub for ‘avant’ and ‘après’ moments throughout the four glorious seasons.

“We’re honoured and humbled to be involved in this culinary project, especially given its iconic location on Promenade Deslauriers in the centre of the action,” says chef Walsh, who has spent the last 26 years leading the charges at Oliver & Bonacini restaurants across Canada. “Nothing captures the essence of the region more than a festive brasserie, and we look forward to welcoming everyone when we open our doors during the popular ski season.”

“Exceptional hospitality is achieved by delivering memorable experiences to guests,” says Guillaume Parent, president and managing partner of GPHC Capital, which acquired Le Westin Tremblant in 2021. “I’m thrilled that Léo will harness the essence of Quebec and offer guests an exciting culinary destination to enjoy a superb experience amongst the magic of Tremblant.”

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