Shopping and Dining
LAKE LOUISE SHOPPING AND DININGThe townsite of Lake Louise, better known for its natural sights and outdoor activities, offers a surprising selection of restaurants. Exquisite regional dishes that showcase mountain game and fresh, local ingredients are almost inescapably served with breathtaking views.
Walliser Stube Wine BarFairmont Chateau Lake Louise
Unwind and enjoy as Old World traditions come to life at the Walliser Stube Wine Bar. Select from a wide range of classic fondues and be sure to try a glass of wine from the floor to ceiling wine library.
Post Hotel Dining RoomThe Post Hotel & Spa
Maintaining a European sensibility while incorporating fresh local ingredients into the mix, the Post Hotel Dining Room has received accolades from both the Wine Spectator and DiRoNA for its efforts. Intimate dining beneath a beamed ceiling is the hallmark of this fabulous restaurant.
Fairview Dining RoomFairmont Chateau Lake Louise
Romantic and elegant, The Fairview Dining Room features a decidedly Canadian cuisine, with a firm focus on innovative and creative flavours. Jackets are required during the summer months, adding to the restaurant's ambience.
Elkhorn Dining RoomSimpson's Num-Ti-Jah Lodge
Renovated in recent years, Simpson's Num-Ti-Jah Lodge is home to one of the area's best restaurant. Less than 30 minutes from Lake Louise, the Elkhorn Dining Room boasts an astonishing menu which fashions local fish and game into delectable entrees.
Lodge of the Ten PeaksLake Louise Sightseeing Gondola
Sitting majestically at the top of the Lake Louise Gondola is Canada's second largest log structure, the Lodge of the Ten Peaks. This impressive building plays host to several restaurants. If you choose to ride the gondola up the mountain, special tickets give discounts on Ride n' Dine combinations.
Cathedral Mountain Lodge Dining RoomCathedral Mountain Lodge
Consistently chosen as one of the best small restaurants in the country, the Restaurant at Cathedral Mountain Lodge has enjoyed an excellent reputation for innovative presentation and fresh regional cuisine with a menu that showcases Canada's best.
Lake Louise StationOccupying Lake Louise's oldest building, this log cabin train station now welcomes guests to dine amid gleaming woodwork and leaded glass windows. Behind the station are several restored railway cars, offering a more intimate dining experience which must be booked in advance.