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Fine Dining in Whistler

Whistler’s chic dinner spots are almost as famous as the ski hill itself. We’ve narrowed down our top picks for an unforgettable evening!

Araxi

An upscale gem in the heart of the Village, Araxi is home to Executive Chef James Walt’s seasonal farm-to-table menus. The restaurant’s Oyster Bar is not only delicious, but eco-friendly, featuring seafood approved by the Vancouver Aquarium’s Ocean Wise program.

Sidecut

Located in the Four Seasons Resort, Sidecut is a modern steakhouse featuring glorious mountain views and even more spectacular cuts of meat. Indulge in locally sourced ingredients, house-made rubs and signature sauces, and an extensive wine list.

Il Caminetto

Run by famous Vancouver chef Umberto Menghi, Il Caminetto serves fine Tuscan cuisine in its cozy dining room located in the center of the Village Stroll.

Edgewater Lodge

Hidden away in the trees just north of Whistler Village, the lakefront Edgewater Lodge boasts magnificent floor-to-ceiling views. Sample their fresh West Coast menu next to a crackling fire.

Bearfoot Bistro

Bearfoot Bistro is the premier destination for fine dining in the Village. With award-winning Executive Chef Melissa Craig in the kitchen, your meal is bound to be phenomenal. Top it off with a unique alcohol experience — saber one of the restaurant’s 20,000 bottles of champagne or visit the Ketel One Ice room, the coldest vodka tasting room in the world.

Rimrock Café

One of Whistler’s top restaurants, the Rimrock Café features elegant dining in a casual setting. Try their fresh seafood and tender game meats to see why it’s a local favorite.

Quattro

The Pinnacle Hotel is home to Quattro’s elegant dining room. Indulge in contemporary Italian cuisine or sample their award-winning wine list.

Sushi Village

The New York Times hails Sushi Village for having “some of the best Japanese artistry east of Tokyo.” Don’t miss the legendary sake margaritas.

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