For each annual Whistler trip, we usually try to have one super fancy meal, and this year we chose the Grill Room at the Fairmont. It’s a really nice steak house that serves steak, seafood and sides family style. They served us bread and house churned butter. I liked the rosemary flat bread. They […]
El Furniture Warehouse is a great little bar/restaurant in Whistler Village. Their main draw is that their entire food menu is $4.95. My coworker told me about this place last year, but I finally got to visit it today after a day of snowboarding.
On our last night in Whistler, we originally wanted to go to El Furniture Warehouse, but we chose Splitz instead. Quicker, and easier. On our way there, we noticed a new restaurant called Peaked Pies right beside it.
Everytime we go to Whistler, we try to go to at least one fancy place. My friend’s who organized the trip only have a few left to visit. This time they chose Il Caminetto aka the place with the fire.
I think Harajuku Izakaya is the one izakaya in Whistler, and we wanted to have some fun on our first night on our past snowboarding trip.
Being an avid snowboarder, I go to Whistler about 3 times a year, and I always want to go to Araxi. But, being that it is one of the more expensive restaurants in Whistler, we tend to stay away. On the last snowboard trip though, I was able to convince some of my friends to […]
Sushi Village is one of the more popular restaurants in Whistler. It’s always packed, and you often have to wait or make a reservation during the weekends. On our fourth Whistler snowboarding trip in the past year, we finally got to try it out.
Last Winter, we had two snowboarding weekends in Whistler. On the first trip, 21 Steps was packed. On the second weekend trip, we were able to reserve a spot for our big group of 14.
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory is every where. They offer lots of different chocolatey and caramely snacks. From Caramel Apples and Fudge to Nutty Caramel Popcorn and Ice Cream. We stopped by this time after a meal at Splitz Grill, and wanted to kill some time before watching the Avengers.
Crepe Montagne was high on our list of places to eat but they are only open during breakfast and brunch. We stopped before we left Whistler to get back to reality. The place wasn’t busy at all, although it was a Monday morning.
Splitz Grill is another one of the places I have yet to try (I haven’t even tried the one in Vancouver). After a day of boarding, we got some hamburgers at Splitz to get our energy back. I ordered the lamb burger because our friend Andy said it’s his favourite. The rest of us ordered the […]
COWS is a staple in Whistler, and is world famous for their Ice Cream and merchandise. I usually go here at least once when I stay for the weekend in Whistler. On this trip we went here for dessert after our dinner at Pasta Lupino. I ordered a Pecan and Toffee Ice Cream in a waffle […]