Whistler has you covered for tasty food & drink. The Forecast is calling for coffee and so much more, so check out Forecast Coffee’s new location in Function Junction.
Treat yourself to some decadent hand-made fudge, and you must try their Whistler-inspired Grizzly Claws at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.
As winter rolls around, doesn’t the idea of gathering around the fire with a warming whisky cocktail sound perfect? Deliciously grown-up and made for slow sipping and long chats, whisky-based cocktails
Luc Trottier, wine director at Bearfot Bistro tells us a bit about his interest in wine and career as a certified sommelier, plus his pick for the season.
From an Italian restaurant to a globally renowned farm-to-table fine dining destination, Araxi Restaurant + Oyster Bar has been at the heart of Whistler’s culinary community for 40 years.
No matter the season, the lure of fire-cooked food is always tempting. Maybe there’s something deep in our DNA — a siren song to our inner cave man or woman — that makes us drool when fire-grilled foods are on the menu. So, whether it’s meat, fish or even veggies on the grill, indulge that desire with a selection of flame-kissed favourites from these Whistler chefs.