Whistler Creekside Dining
From grab'n'go to fine dining, Whistler Creekside has dining options that will appeal to every palate and budget. Close to 20 eateries serve the area, a number of them clustered within easy walking distance of the all Lodging Ovations properties Legends, First Tracks Lodge and Evolution.
Dining with Children in Whistler Creekside
Most Whistler Creekside restaurants offer childrens' menus or have items on the regular menus that even the picky eaters will enjoy. The area's fine dining facilities are very accommodating, making substitutions for younger diner's meals.
After a day of skiing or hiking, going out to dinner can seem like a lot of work, especially if traveling with tired kids. Most restaurants in Whistler Creekside provide takeout service with some also offering delivery.
Fine Dining at Whistler Creekside
Whistler Creekside's fine dining rooms are among the best in Whistler. Majestically perched on a rock cliff, The Rimrock Café regularly makes the list of top-five Whistler restaurants and is the number one place for seafood in the resort. Le Gros' understated, yet elegant dining room lets diners know that the real star will be the food: European classics with a French influence. While at Aura the manta surrounding their take on European cuisine is: Local. Sustainable. Unforgettable.
Organic. Sustainable. Unforgettable. This Whistler Creekside establishment gets its meat and produce from local farmers, ranchers and fishers. Located in Nita Lake Lodge this contemporary West Coast dining room offers spectacular views of Nita Lake for both breakfast and dinner.
Rimrock Café & Oyster Bar
In Whistler, when it comes to seafood, the first name that comes to mind for locals is The Rimrock. With some of the most knowledgeable servers in town, Whistler Creekside's premier fine dining establishment makes a special occasion even more so with their fresh seafood and excellent beef and lamb dishes.
Grab 'N' Go
Subway, with its emphasis on "eating fresh", has outlets in both Creekside and Whistler Village, proving the popularity of this healthy and affordable custom sandwich shop. Salads, wraps and breakfast sandwiches are also available.
Fix Café & Deli
Gourmet coffee, pasties and sandwiches are the stars at this breakfast to late-lunch venue. Eat in or take out. Closes at 4 pm.
Dusty's Bar & BBQ
Dusty's Bar, bistro and all round great choice for affordable dining in Whistler Creekside, Dusty's serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The massive, heated outdoor patio provides great views of the slopes near the Whistler Creekside Gondola and is Whistler's largest permanent venue for live music. Children are welcome until 10 p.m.
Roland's Creekside Pub
Award-winning chef Bob Haselbach serves up the best BBQ in Creekside to sports fans, locals and hungry skiers looking for a place to unwind with a great selection of pints. Sorry, no minors.
Casual & Family
Boston Pizza has been serving up pies to skiers since the early 1990s. A casual family restaurant with adjacent sports bar, it's a haven for hockey fans. If there's a game going on it'll be on the big screens at the chain's Whistler Creekside location. In addition to pizzas, Boston Pizza's menu includes a full array of pasta, entrée sized salads and daily specials.
Red Door Bistro
Located next to Roland's pub, Red Door is locally owned and operated. A boutique style restaurant with a fansactic menu at reasonable prices in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Open daily from 5pm to 11pm.
Dusty's Bar & BBQ
Bar, bistro and all round great choice for affordable dining in Whistler Creekside, Dusty's serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The massive, heated outdoor patio provides great views of the slopes near the Whistler Creekside Gondola. Children are welcome until 8 p.m., when it becomes Whistler's largest permanent venue for live music.
Samurai Sushi second location in Whistler Creekside is a local favourite for lunch and dinner. Fast, friendly and delicious, Samurai Sushi is the affordable option for Japanese cuisines in Whistler.
The Southside Diner
A Whistler Creekside landmark, The Southside Deli was reincarnated in 2005 as the The Southside Diner. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, the diner's the local's favourite for breakfast, burgers and "blue plate specials". A classic.
Organic, local and homemade is the basic recipe Whistler Creekbread employs for everything this new eatery handcrafts, light down to the pepperoni they use. The result: thin crust pizzas that are fresh, light and fully satisfying. Their maple syrup sweetened fresh pressed lemonade is a taste bud dazzler.