Whistler restaurants

Top Choice Bakery in Whistler

Purebread

Imagine the best bakery you’ve ever visited, elevate the quality by the power of 10 and you might just get Purebread. Founded as a pinprick-sized business in Whistler’s Function Junction business park in 2010, this …
Top Choice Canadian in Whistler

Hunter Gather

A noisy but cheerful emporium of local food, this new place has quickly become known for its smoked meats (the ‘hunter’ part) and local veg (the ‘gather’ part). Relish the beef brisket (smoked for 18 hours) and the …
Spanish in Whistler

Bar Oso

Affiliated with Araxi a couple of doors away, Bar Oso takes a casual Spanish approach to dining creating small pintxos (Basque tapas) and raciones (shared plates) that dabble in Mediterranean flavors. You can load u…
Australian in Whistler

Peaked Pies

Whistler’s contingent of seasonal Aussie workers didn’t just import their antipodean accents. Fortunately for us, they also brought their food – fresh, flaky and generously filled pies such as butter chicken or pepp…
Bistro in Whistler

The Pony

Pemberton's favorite dining hangout, this rustic, red-walled gem is often animated with chatter of the I-really-love-this-pizza crowd. The elevated comfort food menu also encompasses everything from heaping salads t…
International in Whistler

Christine's on Blackcomb

A gondola-accessed restaurant high up on Blackcomb Mountain where a swish menu is served to diners dressed in ski gear, Christine's is the best place to eat during your day out. Snowy or not, the menu highlight is t…
French in Whistler

Red Door Bistro

As soon as you know you're coming to Whistler, call for a reservation at this hot little Creekside eatery, largely a local residents' domain. Taking a French-bistro approach to fine, mostly West Coast ingredients me…
Bakery in Whistler

Purebread

The Function Junction outpost of this Whistler bakery legend is the go-to among locals keen to bypass the line-ups at the larger village store. The same array of tempting treats awaits – miss the irresistible Crack …
Cafe in Whistler

Blackbird Bakery

Making good use of an old train station, this is Pemberton's most cherished coffee stop and French-style bakery where you can supplement the caffeine with flaky croissants and frosted cinnamon buns, along with lunch…
Canadian in Whistler

Rimrock Cafe

On the edge of Creekside and accessible just off Hwy 99, the menu at this locals' favorite includes highlights such as venison tenderloin and duck two ways (confit and sliced breast). All are served in an intimate r…