Hilltop Bistro

Join us

The Hilltop Bistro will re-open on Wednesday, January 23, 2019.

The Hilltop Bistro is a training facility for Yukon College Culinary Arts students.

It is open for lunch Wednesday through Friday with seating available at 11:00am, 11:15am, 11:30am, 11:45am, 12:00 noon, 12:15pm, and 12:30pm.

The menu can be viewed here.

Reservations are recommended: bistroreservations@yukoncollege.yk.ca

Bon appétit!

Book the Bistro for an event

Capacity: 45 for standing reception or sit-down dinner. Bar service and catering are available.

For private event booking, please contact:

Gene Batten

Department Head, Culinary Arts and Food Services
Applied Science and Management

Art Gallery

The Hilltop Bistro also operates as an art gallery, showcasing a new Yukon artist every fall and winter term.

For information on how to have your artwork featured in the Bistro, email collegeandexternalrelations@yukoncollege.yk.ca

Current gallery artist

Starscapes: An Artist's Perception
New work from Yukon artist Neil Graham

An exhibit of new paintings by Neil Graham at Yukon College’s Hilltop Bistro invites us to consider our place in the universe.

I wanted to capture the beauty of the universe and our own flight within it. I began with images of the Horsehead Nebula, the Trifid Nebula, the Hale-Bopp comet, various galaxies and starscapes, and then added human figures and animals to bring in the natural world,” said Graham.

“As I was creating these pieces, I began to consider the origins of life in the universe and the element of human exploration of space—both via telescope and through going out there. I believe it is our destiny to reach out to the stars.”

The exhibit features six large pieces, 44 inches by 44 inches.

All of the pieces in the show are for sale. Proceeds from sales go directly to the artist.

Trifid Nebula by Neil Graham
Trifid Nebula by Neil Graham

About Neil Graham

Neil Graham is a self-taught artist whose bold, visual work has been shared through solo and group exhibitions across Canada and in France.

Born in Pangnirtung, Nunavut in 1959, the son of an Anglican missionary and an outpost nurse, he spent his childhood in Arctic Canada amongst the Inuit in Pangnirtung and Inukjuak. He moved to Whitehorse in 1989.