In a city filled with so many restaurants and bars, we often get asked for our favorite local spots in Whistler for different meals. Compiled is our list of stellar locations worth trying!
Elements Urban Tapas
End of Main street next to the Aspen Glow Condos (details)
Type: Upscale dining and tapas made with fresh ingredients and unique variations on dishes, well known for their breakfast specialties.
Tip: The caramelized banana and chocolate stuffed french toast and eggs benedict will knock even the hungriest person off their seat.
Center of the Village slightly across from Earls (details)
Type: Canadian kitchen and bar with meals made from scratch and great unique meat dishes.
Tip: The fried goat cheese and bacon wrapped fillets are superb.
Located across highway 99 from the Creekside Market (details)
Type: Organic ingredients, all dishes made in a hand built wood fire oven and cauldron.
Tip: Mopsy’s Kalua Pork pizza including pork, peppers and asiago cheese is an incredible way to finish a day working for PayrollHero at our Creekside office. Never ceases to amaze us!
Behind Zog’s on the second floor close to the Blackcomb gondola (details)
Type: Japanese Cuisine with dishes for everyone
Tip: Go with a few people and split several different plates. The strawberry saki margarita is a must.
El Furniture Wearhouse
Middle of the Village, across from the Gap store and Delta Hotel Whistler Village Suites (details)
Type: Unique variations of classic food at a sports bar consisting of an extreme sports atmosphere. Every dish on the menu is $4.95!
Tip: Can be quite busy during the day as it is a popular spot. Awesome place to start a night with drinks.
Dusty’s Bar & BBQ
Close to the bottom of the Creekside Gondola (details)
Type: Legendary BBQ restaurant with deep history in Whistler.
Tip: You cannot lose with any of the BBQ plates, all fantastic. The patio is a great place to hangout in the Summer.
Near the Listel Hotel Whistler down from Buffalo Bills (details)
Type: High end dining with true passion for upscale service.
Tip: Best to make a reservation on weekends as it can get busy. The Vodka Bar is a definite must being in a true ice room to sample a variety of vodka samples.
At the end of Main street on the second floor above the 7-11 (details)
Type: Authentic Indian with a great location and incredible service.
Tip: Their lunch specials are enough to keep everyone happy and full with great home recipes. The naan bread direct from their clay-based Tandoor oven is astounding, recommend ordering extra as it will be eaten quickly!