Whistler Bars & Restaurants
Whistler and especially Whistler Village has excellent nightlife, fine dining, casual restaurants and shopping. The choices range from world class white tablecloth dining to casual pubs and bars, family restaurants and fast food. It is expected that visitors will want to experience some of the great dining options and nightlife available in the Village and most of these options are within a short walking distance of our Whistler rental, the Snowflake Cabin.
Restaurants in Whistler:
Araxi Restaurant ($$$): Local and regional cuisine, fine ingredients, top notch wine list and artful decor make this one of Whistler best restaurants
Bearfoot Bistro ($$$): This French bistro is one of Whistler’s most sophisticated eateries
Amsterdam Pub ($$): Prime patio in the heart of the Village
Black’s Restaurant ($$): Located at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb gondolas
Cinnamon Bear Bar ($$): Cool decor and locals
Citta’s ($$): Another prime patio right in the center of it all. Great people watching and pub food in the bar
Dubh Linn Gate ($$): Traditional Irish pub food located at the base of Blackomb Gondola
Earls Restaurant ($$): popular local chain restaurant with a wide variety of food options.
Garibaldi Lift Company ($$): A popular Apres Ski locale at the base of the Whistler Gondola. The GLC has pub food and casual atmosphere
Gone Village Eatery ($): Great spot for a soup or sandwich. Lots of healthy choices and reasonable prices in this local bakery / deli stop.
Il Caminetto di Umberto ($$$): One of the best known fine dining restaurants, Umberto’s is top notch Italian fare, great wine list and comfortable upscale atmosphere
The Keg Steakhouse ($$): A classic chain steakhouse. Next door is also Brandi’s a great little spot to grab a drink and mingle with the locals.
La Bocca ($$): In the center of the Village, easy casual food and a great patio.
La Brasserie ($$): Next to La Bocca this is another top patio. The bistro serves classic comfort food.
Longhorn Saloon ($$): One of the best Apres Ski sport to grab a beer after a day on the slopes. Excellent patio at the base of both Whistler and Blackcomb. Serving classic pub food expect the Longhorn to always be busy around 3pm
Mongolie Grill ($$): Choose your food and the cooks will cook it up right in front of your eyes
The Old Spaghetti Factory ($): Great value and old classic atmosphere in this kid friendly restaurant
Sushi Village ($$): Great sushi, lively atmosphere and great group dining booths make this one of Whistler’s most popular restaurant stops.
Whistler Brew Pub: Lot’s of food options and locally crafted beer.
Tapley’s Pub ($$): One of the original bars, stop by grab some pub food and enjoy a beer with locals
Teppan Village ($$$): Traditional Japanese food
The Furniture Warehouse: All food is 5$ and is great quality for the price. Almost always busy with a wide variety of locals and visitors drinking beer and hanging out.
Zogs ($): Busy late night stop for a huge bowl of poutine or a hot dog with the works
The bars and nightclubs of Whistler offer lots of party options to stay up late, dance and let loose. Here’s a list of some of the top bars in Whistler:
Garfinkels Nightclub: One of Whistler’s largest nightclubs
Savage Beagle: Newly renovated two floor nightclub. View of the village stroll upstairs and downstairs dance club
Tommy Africa’s: GoGo dancers, hip hop, funky house & breaks to 80’s retro Tommy Africa’s has it all
Buffalo Bill’s Bar: Buffalo Bill’s has been offering a great atmosphere and entertainment for years. Lot’s of incredible wildlife at Buffalo Bill’s
Dusty’s Bar and Grill: Located on the original Whistler site in Creekside – is home to a great après-ski scene right at the base of the Creekside Gondala
Maxx Fish: Smack in the heart of Whistler Village is this classic trendy nightclub
Longhorn Saloon and Grill: One of the best apres ski spots the Longhorn is a great place to end a perfect day on the slopes
Moe Joe’s: A mixture of weekly live music and DJ’s it provides a casual fun filled atmosphere to party