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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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:
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 email@example.com
This exhibit of new work by Amber Church invites us to consider the threats facing iconic Canadian landscapes.
“Traversing the country with my family the past few years has heightened my awareness of both the stunning natural beauty and ecological importance of such regions and the imminent threats putting so many of these areas at severe risk — be that logging practices in Haida Gwaii, glacier recession in the Rockies, fish stocks in Newfoundland, or legal battles for protection here in Yukon,” said Church. “To bring these ideas to life, these pieces marry art, science and policy; often incorporating scientific data and research directly into the work.”
Amber Church is a mixed media artist, painter, installation artist, and designer who has called Yukon home for most of her life. She draws inspiration for her work from the natural world, social justice and environmental movements, history, mythology and fairy tales, and her imagination.
The exhibit, True North Strong and Free, features ten mixed media pieces made up of deeply layered ink and watercolour works some augmented with polymer clay and resin to engage the viewer from different angles and to break through the natural barrier between the work and outside world.
For more information about Amber, please visit: ravenmad.ca