May 2019 - Nominated for Northern Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
2017 - recipient of Foodie-preneur Award
Maryne Dumaine visited me at Antoinette's to talk about our 10 years in Whitehorse celebrations.
“I love this community and they love me back. It’s home.”
People in Whitehorse love events, so Antoinette’s restaurant decided to thank Whitehorse by providing various events to celebrate her decade in the community she loves and calls home.
Listed in Ann Hardy's Where to Eat in Canada 2018-19 as Best Restaurant in Whitehorse
John searches for the best Caribbean food, but instead of going down south he follows his food compass north to Antoinette’s in the Yukon. A transplanted islander, Antoinette fuses Caribbean flavours with Canadian and French favourites like Halibut T&T [Trinidad & Tobago ] and a Spicy Caribbean Pork stew.
We entered an oasis of colour, soft lights, soothing music and subtle aromas of food being prepared. The original artwork, the bright cotton tablecloths and the shining cutlery all served to make us feel like honoured guests in a room specially set up just for us.