A 50-seat restaurant and wine bar that specializes in modern French cuisine, Après is as intimate as Whistler dining gets. Chef Eric Vernice's reputation...more
Araxi wins our love for its extensive oyster selection and Kobe beef short ribs. This is a fancy place with big aspirations for a mountain-town restaurant, with...more
Given its location in the generic Best Western Listel Whistler in Whistler Village, Bearfoot Bistro's cuisine and wine cellar are a delightful surprise. More...more
Whistler's best new restaurant of 2005 (according to a local newspaper poll) prefers to be known as an "urban tapas parlour." Whatever. The mouth has...more
Just four hours north of Seattle, Whistler Village suffers two Starbucks within a five-minute walk of each other. Blessedly, it still has room for a community...more
A couple of Sachi's owners came from Sushi Village, an iconic restaurant in the heart of Whistler. But since Sushi Village has become such a ridiculous...more
Situated next to Blackcomb's gondola, this hot-dog stand answers the hungry snowboarder's call for "Dogs, Fries, and Tails." (Tails are "beaver...more
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