#LittleThingsWhistler: Celebrate Food & Drink Winner

#littlethingswhistler: Celebrate Food Contest Winner

#LittleThingsWhistler: Celebrate Food & Drink Winner

In Whistler we après everything, all year round and along with cold beverages there’s no shortage of tempting dishes being served up to meet post activity cravings. Here’s the proof, as over the past month our visitors snapped images of some truly mouthwatering dishes for the #LittleThingsWhistler Contest under the Celebrate Food & Drink theme.

Our favourite? @julie377 who snapped this shot of her après session at Merlin’s Bar & Grill in the Upper Village. Exactly the kind of food you need after a big day out whether you ski cruiser runs, go for a multi line zip session or a hearty day of retail therapy.  The prize? A Wildwood Bistro & Elements Dining Gift Card and a Whistler Tasting Lunch Tour.

If you like what you see, it’s worth checking out Whistler’s dining scene – and (Insider tip!) stay tuned for news about spring dining specials. Celebrate Adventure is the new theme this month, with a chance to win a Blackcomb Helicopters Sightseeing Tour. Check out the contest details/rules here.

Want more images like this in your feed? Follow @GoWhistler for the latest photos, news and blog posts. Here’s a few more of the images that gave us cravings.

Lobster ravioli at Steeps. #littlethingswhistler #springskiing #winterisback #skiing #skihardeatallthethings

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Powder day on the slopes? Finish the day off with some R&R at Bar Oso. See you apres! #OSOWhistler Via @lzxh3.

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Pip Campbell

Pip Campbell

Pip has somehow worked her way around from being a snow-and-bike bum to holding a real job while also being outdoors as much as possible. She’s collected scars, bikes for (almost) every occasion, a small trail dog and a love of craft beer plus a rudimentary understanding of skiing, snowboarding, sketching, and the art of chairlift conversations. She currently believes a combination of gravity, snow, dirt and rad people are what make Whistler tick but investigations are ongoing.

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