A new vocation for the Beaver Club Restaurant
Montreal, Québec, March 07, 2014
In response to a growing demand for small private function rooms for high-end events, the management of Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth has decided to give a new vocation to its gourmet restaurant the Beaver Club.
The room will now be exclusively dedicated to private events and prestigious social gatherings such as weddings, cocktail dinner parties, fundraising soirées, gourmet cooking classes and winemakers’ receptions.
The hotel wishes to preserve the history and notoriety of the Beaver Club and maintain its fine dining tradition by continuing to serve the finest local products. All artifacts and archival documents will be retained and featured in this unique venue.
The Beaver Club has always been an address for special occasions and the hotel will pursue this mission by giving it a new vocation to better meet the current needs of its customers.
Recognized as a Montréal culinary institution since 1958 and the oldest gastronomic club in Canada, The Beaver Club was a favorite of epicureans. Through the years, it earned prestigious distinctions such as the CAA Four Diamonds, the Dirona Award, the 4-Star Debeur Award and the Wine Spectator's Award of Excellence.
By opening the doors of the Beaver Club to a broader clientele, the management of the hotel gives it a new impetus and revitalizes its offer to host social events and upscale private functions in a historical setting where culinary arts are celebrated.
For inquiries or reservations at the Beaver Club, please contact Pierre Tuffeau, Director of banquets at 514 954-2266 or via email: email@example.com.