Food & Drink

From casual bites to champagne nights - add a culinary adventure to your list.

Best Places to Feed a Family – Cheap Eats for Tribes of Three or More

All-in for under $50 for a family of four? No problems.

BYO appetite to the Whistler Farmers’ Market

Scout the Whistler Farmers' Market for the season’s first fresh produce, sweet treats and artisan delights. Now Sundays AND Wednesday nights, to make getting your fresh fix even easier. It's a great way to support local growers and artisans, nourish your body, and pick up truly unique gifts or souvenirs.

Chefs’ Favourite Things About Spring

Spot prawns. Spring lamb. Fiddleheads. Asparagus. Watercress. Limited batches of organic gin from the Pemberton Distillery. The promise that it will soon be warm enough to eat ice cream!

Best Places to Grill and Picnic in Whistler

Where there's smoke, there's BBQ. The Insider dishes on the hottest spots in Whistler to grill your own and master the ancient art of the outdoor picnic and feast.

Whistler’s Top 10 Cheap Eats

Frugal and foodie DO go together. The Whistler Insider sniffs out Whistler’s best summer eateries to satisfy both flavour-hunters and deal-seekers, so you can fuel your adventures at the friendliest prices.

A Guide to Whistler Ice Cream

Ice cream, gelato, sorbet, frozen yogurt...any way you serve it summer is all about a nice refreshingly cold treat. Here's a list of all the best spots in Whistler to chill out and cool down your tastebuds.
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