Unique Whistler Eats

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Sure, you can ski, dance and even drink your way through Whistler. But did you know that you can eat your way through Whistler? What’s more, you can even enjoy foods that you can’t and won’t find anywhere else. To help you on your quest, we’ve put together a handy checklist of unique Whistler eats! 

BeaverTail

These tasty pastries are hand-stretched and made with whole-wheat flour, then cooked fresh and served piping hot with the toppings of your choice. Enjoy the Classic Cinnamon & Sugar or go nuts and try the Triple Trip, which includes chocolate hazelnut spread topped with Reese’s Pieces and peanut butter.

Where to get it: Zog’s or Ollie’s by the Midstation Gondola. 

Bulldog

The drink of all drinks, except for a glass of bubbly! But now the real question: Is it a Margarita or a Beergarita? The Bulldog features a double margarita with a Corona beer garnish- the perfect addition to your après.

Where to get it: Longhorn Saloon and Grill

Caramel Apples

These aren’t just any ol’ caramel apples. You could choose plain caramel but it will be hard when there are toppings like chopped almonds, Smarties, and chocolate chips, s’more, rocky road and even tiger butter! If candy apples won’t satisfy your sweet tooth, there are lots of other options all over the village!

Where to get it: Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

Sproat Steak Dinner

Enjoy a 3-course steak dinner after you’ve traveled up to a rustic cabin by snowmobile. Cooked on an old-fashioned wood stove and grill, this mountain-sized meal includes Chef’s daily inspiration soup, Angus beef strip loin served with roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables and dessert prepared by the Bearfoot Bistro.

Where to get it: Canadian Wilderness Adventures

Aussie Pies

The perfect meal after a day on the hill is a meat pie topped with mash potatoes, mushy peas, and gravy. Vegetarian and other options like curry are also available. 

Where to get it: Peaked Pies

The Jeste

A drink that doubles as a meal. This world-renowned caeser is also a visual spectacle. Start with a Smirnoff based caeser, then add chicken wings, onion rings, cured bacon, Black Tusk beef jerky and you have yourself The Jester!

Where to get it: Merlin’s Bar And Grill

A Meatball Wrap

Meatballs aren’t just for your spaghetti. Try them in a wrap and you might never go back to putting them on top of your pasta. 

Where to get it: Pasta Lupino

Are we missing any unique Whistler eats? Let us know!

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