Econo Lodge & Suites
571 Gregg Avenue
Hinton, AB T7V 1N1
Phone: (780) 817-2000
Fax: (780) 817-2810
Bars & Cafes
Named after the tent city that rail workers built here in the late 19th Century,The Tent City Pub is located in the upscale Jasper Park Lodge and is a popular spot for after-ski and year round drinks. There are large screen TVs, pool tables, dartboards and pub-style food. They play Top 40 music and there is a small dance floor for those in the spirit. Tent City offers a pub-style menu that features the usual nachos, deep-fried potato skins and other thirst-inducing snacks.
If sipping your favorite cocktail while taking in, picture perfect vistas of nature is your idea of chilling out, you've found the perfect bar to match your tastes in The Emerald Lounge. Located within the plush confines of The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, the spacious lounge sports a high ceiling and a huge glass wall that affords stunning views of Jasper's picturesque wilderness. Summer months are a treat with the excellent outdoor patio opening up. The airy interiors feature rich use of wood and earthy tones to give a wood-cabin feel (albeit, a luxurious one). The fireplace adds a nice touch to the setting. On the menu is an excellent selection of cocktails and beer to keep the thoughts and conversations flowing. To go with your drinks is a great menu of light meals, gourmet burgers as well as local specialties. A superb place to chill-out after a meal.
Seasons Cafe is located inside Lobstick Lodge and is surrounded by major attractions like the Rocky Mountains and the Jasper National Park. The cafe offers everything that the young generation would prefer right from variety of fresh coffees to baked goods and sandwiches. The modern art work on the walls and the decoration give Seasons Cafe a clean and an airy look.
An intimate bistro located on Patricia street, Olive enthralls with an excellent Mediterranean-inspired menu and an extremely elegant ambiance. The warmly-lit dining room makes good use of the limited space with multiple seating options from the classic chairs and tables to the more relaxed sofas. Despite the size, it's very inviting and never appears stuffy. Interiors are elegant to say the least, with paintings adorning the walls and natural plants placed strategically throughout the room. The menu features sharing plates as well as entrees and is a predominantly European-inspired affair. Head to the lounge to kick back after your meal for a relaxing drink or two. The drinks list features an excellent selection of wines and cocktails. To go with the drinks is a selection of fine cheeses and small plates. The heated patio offers a wonderful opportunity to take in the stunning natural vistas as you sip on your drink. Regular live music makes the Olive, a must-visit when in Jasper.
The De'd Dog Bar and Grill, nestled in the Astoria Hotel, is the much-loved haunt of Jasper locals. They offers comfort food like burger and fries in satisfying quantities and draft beers to complement this amazing fare. The crowd consists mainly of those who drop by to grab a pint after work. This place is at the peak of liveliness when the DJ churns out upbeat music, enhancing the cheerful banter of this place.
The Pizza Place in Downtown Jasper takes a fresh look at pizza by baking its pies in a wood-burning oven and decorating them with exotic toppings. Scallops, asparagus, capers and even smoked salmon pieces are liberally arranged on these unique pies. To quench your thirst after a wholesome bite, you can help yourself with the refreshing beers flowing from the tap. The restaurant also has pool tables, video games and foosball in case you wish to try a game with your friends.
Located in Downtown Jasper's Astoria Hotel, this friendly restaurant serves contemporary Canadian food in a comfortable and subdued, rocky styled atmosphere. For late risers, there is a weekend brunch special, and a menu with smaller portions for smaller appetites. It specializes in AAA Angus beefsteak, but also serves wild game, chicken and fresh halibut and salmon. For a table on summer evenings, make an early reservation because the restaurant is popular with tourists and locals.
Located in the 1920s era Athabasca Hotel, "The Atha B" marks the very center of Jasper. This is the spot to really kick up your heels and socialize; it's hopping year round and attracts a youthful crowd. You can hear live music most nights and dance every night. You can play pool or sit in at the long, two-sided bar and have a few pints. Be ready to party, though, because this is more of a rocking nightclub than a sit and chat pub.
The rustic alpine styled Whistle Stop Bar in Downtown Jasper's Whistler's Inn is a great place to warm up after a long day of skiing or hiking. The pub's wood accents and brass fixtures create a charming old world atmosphere. Grab a light meal like salad, soup and bread, or dig into an appetizer to tide you over until dinner. A variety of ales are on tap and cocktail specials are featured every day of the week. This is a casual alternative to the more party-heavy atmospheres of other area bars.
O'Shea's provides the perfect escape for a tourist in Jasper. Located inside the Athabasca Hotel, it is a party den that ensures a interesting night out with a selection of drinks, billiards table and even huge plasma screen covering local sports events. For a meal, move towards the Dining Room that serves delicious dishes each with tantalizing flavors and aromas. Thus, at O'Shea's, all your entertainment needs are taken care of!
A good place to head to for a casual dining experience in Jasper would be Smitty's. Burgers, steaks, milkshakes- you name it- they serve everything that can be served up in a jiffy. The health conscious among you have this restaurant's assurance that their ingredients contain zero trans-fats. The drinks menu also has something for everyone; featured on it are a selection of wines & beers, as well as various non-alcoholic drinks.
Mountain Foods and Cafe offers eat-in or take-out options that are sure to tempt hungry and health-conscious hikers, climbers and skiers. You can start the day off here with a plate of huevos rancheros or a hearty helping of basic bacon and eggs. At lunch the offerings range from Hungarian goulash to Thai spinach salad. There are always variations of fresh baked desserts, wraps, sandwiches, soups and salads. There is a shop at the back of the café that allows you to stock up on bulk food items.