Get in on all the hype – The Bistro or “Debbie’s Bistro” (formerly known as PF Pizzeria) is the most happening hot-spot in all of Kitimat, and for good reason. With a menu like theirs, it’s no wonder patrons keep returning again and again. Excite your taste buds with outstandingly cheesy pizza, saucy donairs, perfectly seasoned wings and the biggest burger in town. Featuring many of your favourite pub food classics, along with a few innovative creations, The Bistro keeps it delicious with a great selection of appetizers, sandwiches, and entrees as well.
If you’re looking to liven things up a bit- head on down to one of The Bistro’s popular live music or entertainment and sports nights. Boasting five large televisions and a plentiful selection of local brews or domestic beers and wines, and a beautiful outdoor patio – this fine establishment checks all the boxes. To top it all off, the friendly and lively staff are always ready to make it an evening to remember!
For those lazy nights in, they are your top choice for pizza and meal delivery. Enjoy all of their tasty eats right from the comfort of your own home. Private event bookings are welcomed, with a customized menu plan designed for the group.
Stop on by and see what everyone is talking about! The Bistro is conveniently located in City Centre Mall.
Meet Debbie & Tim Leduc
Meet Debbie & Tim Leduc
Kitimat has been a saving grace for Tim Leduc and his family. The close-knit community and widespread support among residents and fellow entrepreneurs have made their experience as business owners a positive one. Tim is extremely grateful for the opportunities he has been granted in this town and feels that giving back to his community is a way of sharing the love. Serving as a volunteer hockey coach has given Tim a lot of pride in the youth of Kitimat, many of whom have become like family to him.
And as the tides were changing in the Leduc’s professional world, an opportunity for success in the hospitality industry presented itself. Debbie has many years of past experience in local restaurants, and Tim fondly recalls his time spent with his mother and grandmother at a Pizzeria in Ontario in his youth. “It was a goal of ours,” states Tim. “[Restaurants] are a part of our lives!”
With a few years under their belts now, the Leduc family has enjoyed the challenge of satisfying their customer’s expectations. They are very proud to be able to offer live music nights on a regular basis, giving the community a reliable source of entertainment. It is also a great way to showcase all the local talent that Kitimat boasts. “It’s our way of giving back,” beams Tim. “Having customers coming back and tell us how much they enjoy our place, it means more than the money we make.”