The Hilltop Bistro at Yukon College is a fine dining training facility for Yukon College Food and Beverage, and Culinary Arts students.
COME JOIN US FOR LUNCH
The Bistro is open for lunch Tuesdays to Thursdays with seatings at 11.00, 11.15,11:30, 11:45, 12:00, and 12:30.
The menu changes bi-weekly and can be viewed on our community hub page.
The Bistro is open from October to May. Reservations are required: firstname.lastname@example.org
BOOK THE BISTRO FOR YOUR EVENT
Capacity: 45 for standing reception or sit-down dinner. Bar service and catering are available.
For private event booking, please contact Gene Batten at email@example.com or 867.668.8855.
The Hilltop Bistro also operates as a Community Gallery, showcasing a new artist every fall and winter term. For information on how to have your artwork featured in the Bistro, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Featured Artist: Manu Keggenhoff - Northern Impressions
Northern Impressions is an exhibit of 11 photographs by Atlin-based artist Manu Keggenhoff. The exhibit is a collection of Keggenhoff’s favourite black and white photography and includes a mix of long exposures and wildlife images.
“I spend a lot of time taking very colourful, vibrant and busy images. The stark, simple black and white images in this exhibit are what I need at other times to rest my eyes and my mind, to focus on a single point in a spare landscape,” said Keggenhoff.
The 11 images feature scenes from the Atlin and Whitehorse area and are for sale for the duration of the exhibit, which runs from October 3 until December.
Born and raised in Germany, Manu Keggenhoff has called Atlin home for over 11 years. She has been working as a professional graphic-designer and art-director since 1998, also helping other designers master their craft when she worked as a lecturer for Visual Communication and Graphic-Design at Marquardt-Academy in Dortmund, Germany—the school where she herself obtained her Masters Degree in visual arts and design.
She’s working for Harper Street Publishing in Carcross, Yukon. Her work includes the design of several magazines: Yukon, North of Ordinary, ArtsNet Yukon, Road Trip, plus a magazine in german language Abenteuer Alaska Yukon, and others.
A passion for photography has accompanied Manu for almost all her life, and has became her way express herself artistically beyond her commercial work as a graphic designer. Her photographical work has been published in several photo-art calenders and magazines (e.g. Yukon, North of Ordinary; Dogs in Canada; UpHere; British Columbia Magazine), and has also been featured in several books published in Germany, the Netherlands, the U.S.,
Her most recent book “Northern Exposure”, an homage to her hometown Atlin, was published November 2012. In 2011/12, Manu’s work “Water: Change of Moods” became part of the Yukon Permanent Art Collection.
April 2013 - Mood of the Land, Yukon Art Centre, Whitehorse
June–July 2013 - Enjoy the Silence, Baked Cafe, Whitehorse
September 2013 - Facing North, North End Gallery Group Exhibit, Whitehorse
“It is through the magic of photography that light becomes the subject matter with colours, forms, space, and time relationships that express my deepest feelings and beliefs.”