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: email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com
Featured Artist (s): This is the Wind - Stephanie Ryan and Peter Mather
Stephanie Ryan is a watercolour artist living in Whitehorse, Yukon. Her paintings each feature a bit of the sense of awe she feels when she is in the mountains, on some great river, or in a beautiful backyard garden.
You can find her sketching from a mountain top or riverside, or painting at her home studio. She is a member of the Yukon Artist’s at Work co-operative and also exhibits at the North End Gallery (Whitehorse) and Alaska Artworks (Skagway).
Originally from Sydenham, Ontario, Stephanie first travelled west in 1994 as a tree planter in Northern BC. She completed her B.A. in Environmental and Natural Resource Studies at Trent University, and ventured further north to the Yukon in 1997. She has worked as a landscaper and garden designer, and more recently as a backcountry patroller on the Chilkoot Trail. The wild rivers and mountainsides are inspiring for her art and spirit. Her winters are spent painting in her studio and skiing in the local mountains.
Peter Mather is professional photographer based in Whitehorse, Yukon. Introduced to wilderness travel and adventure at a young age by his parents, he took up photography in 1999 focusing his work on wilderness and wildlife conservation.
Pete has worked on numerous conservation projects from the Peel Watershed to the Calving Grounds of the Porcupine Caribou Herd in ANWR. He is the co-author of a guidebook, Paddling in the Yukon, and was a prominent contributor to the highly acclaimed fine art photography book, Three Rivers – The Great Boreal Wilderness.