Death of restaurateur Martin Lampron

Death of restorer Martin Lampron

Martin Lampron, former co-owner of the Carlito restaurant (now La Maison de Débauche ) passed away

The restaurant industry in Trois-Rivières is in mourning. Martin Lampron, former co-owner of the restaurant Le Carlito (now La Maison de Débauche) has died in the last few hours.

Perceived as a mentor by many chefs and restaurateurs in the region, Martin Lampron had decided to leave Trois-Rivières during the pandemic, selling his shares in the institution to businessman Georges Brunelle.

After a few months dedicated to the construction of his new home in the middle of nature, he plunged back into the culinary adventure by launching L'épave Grandes-Piles, a restaurant on the banks of the Saint-Maurice River on June 16.

The restaurant will be closed for an indefinite period. Martin Lampron was 44 years old.

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