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Eat, Drink, Shopping

Eat drink and shopping in Chamonix



Restaurants in Mont Blanc

Chamonix is famed for its numerous restaurants, two of which boast Michelin stars, and gourmet dining is possible in even the most remote Alpine locations. In the centre of town, we recommend Le Chaudron, Munchie and La Moraine for contemporary cuisine.

While if you are looking for a more traditional Savoyard mountain experience, we would direct you to La Crémerie du Glacier d’Argentière or Le Café Comptoir in Vallorcine.

Éhvoé can advise you where to go for the style of dining you seek, as well as reserve tables at popular places.



The chic Chamonix café society has many tempting teashops to take hot chocolate and cake of an afternoon. Or, as one of its tailor-made Concierge Services, Éhvoé can arrange for afternoon tea to be delivered to your chalet or apartment for when you arrive home from your day’s activities.

The après-ski scene in Chamonix is legendary, as it is centred around lively bars, peopled with extreme sports locals, entertained by live music and buzzing DJs. After apéros, the many restaurants get busy and then there is an after dinner dance scene in the bars and clubs along the cobbled central street of the Rue des Moulins.



While the shopping in Chamonix is second to none – the town being one of the very few mountain resorts to have a branch of Chanel. Other designer mountain outfitters to have flagship stores in the centre of Chamonix-Mont-Blanc include Moncler, Peak Performance and Timberland. Every alpinism brand worth its salt has a store in town, too: Patagonia, The North Face, Mammut and Millet. And all the cool snowboard and surf brands are represented, as well: Volcom, Oxbow, Quiksilver and Rip Curl.

There are also bespoke boutiques selling a very particular Mont-Blanc mix of style: Ogier, Alp Chic, Rêves d’Hiver, Factory by Donna and Fresh Air. Every Saturday morning of the year there is the Chamonix market, selling organic produce and regional crafts.