Whistler Restaurants, Bars & Night Life
Whether you are looking for a grab and go meal, a mountain top experience, a relaxing meal around the fire or some fine dining Whistler Blackcomb has you covered with over 190 restaurants to choose from.
On mountain dining at Blackcomb includes the Rendezvous Lodge on Blackcomb offering a classic skiers breakfast and fresh lunch options, and for a full-service dining experience with amazing views, there is Christine’s Restaurant located inside the Rendezvous Lodge.
On mountain dining at Whistler Mountain includes the spectacular Roundhouse Lodge with its open food courts, wide menu options and is also home to the Fresh Tracks Mountain Top Breakfast ticket. Inside the Roundhouse Lodge is Steeps Grill and Wine bar for a full-service dining experience.
Dining in Whistler Village offers a fabulous choice of dining experiences from a simple burger, pizza, and take-out all the way to out to fine dining. From the comfort food of 21 steps to Alar Bistro’s compact seasonal menu and fine wine selection to the aptly named Avalanche Pizza.
Then there is BC Urban Grill, Brandy’s At The Keg, and the woodfired pizzas at the Brewhouse are something special and we haven’t even scratched the surface of the 190+ restaurants to choose from.
Popular fine dining favorites include Red Door Bistro, Araxi Restaurant & Oyster Bar.
Moderate prices meals include Basalt Wine and Salumeria, Elements, and The Mexican Corner Restaurant.
Upper village dining at Whistler Blackcomb includes the classic Merlins Bar and Grill that’s great for an after-ski snack, The Grill Room located in The Fairmont Chateau Whistler that goes beyond the traditional steakhouse or the Wildflower for a relaxed breakfast or dinner or celebrate anything at Milestones. Nagomi Sushi is Whistler’s latest sushi restaurant located in the Le Chamois Hotel or head to the Fitzsimmons Pub for a beer and a laugh in the smallest pub in Whistler.
Creekside, you can’t go past legendary Dusty’s Bar and BBQ and the popular Creekbread for more relaxed dining, and for fine dining, you can try Aura, Cure Lounge & Patio, Red Door Bistro, and Rim Rock Café & Oyster Bar.
Whistler Blackcomb Après & Nightlife
Whistler has an energetic vibe that continues after the lifts stop running and well into the wee small hours of the morning. If you like your views spectacular, then the Garibaldi Lift Co. Bar & Grill has you covered all winter and summer long. Located atop the Whistler Gondola and overlooking skiers heading back for their last run of the day, they have turned après into an art form. Kid-friendly until 8 pm, it stays open till late and is the place to kick off a big night of partying or just a great way to catch your breath after a big day on the slopes.
If you like your beers cold and your nachos large in a laid-back party atmosphere then Merlins at the base of Blackcomb Mountain in the upper village has you covered. Supported with a large sun deck that’s the place to be when the sun’s out, Merlins is a magical place to set your evening up for success.
Dusty’s Bar & BBQ at Creekside is an institution all on its own. As the original watering hole for Whistler, it oozes local history and offers a great BBQ selection and Caesar salads, and you are always guaranteed a rocking good time.
Once you have your après buzz on you can stay where you are or moved on as Whistler keeps the party going all season long. Garfinkle’s, Whistler’s Crystal Lounge, Buffalo Bill’s, Tommy Africa’s, and Moe Joe’s Nightclub are the most popular options for partying well into the morning.