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Gluten-Free Restaurants In Whistler

Being coeliac can make daily life tricky. It’s hard to watch what you eat when you’re rushing around or travelling through airports. Thankfully, once you’re here you’ll find that there are so many great gluten-free food options in Whistler. From tasty gluten-free meals, sweet gluten-free snacks and even delicious gluten-free beers. You may have to extend your stay to fit them all in!

Gluten-Free Restaurants

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Dusty’s Bar & BBQ

You don’t have to go far to find some great gluten-free options in Creekside. Take a short stroll over to Dusty’s Bar & BBQ and you’ll find a large menu full of tasty gluten-free options. In fact, the vast majority of the menu is either gluten-free or can be altered to be gluten-free.

Dusty’s Big BBQ Nachos are a favourite here in Creekside with mountains of nacho chips, cheese, jalapenos, pulled pork and smoked pork ribs. And best of all they’re gluten-free! Or if you fancy taking on one of their famous burgers, you can swap out the bun for a gluten-free bun and not miss out on any of the fun!

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Quattro

Fine Italian cuisine with a gluten-free twist. Quattro is loved by many for their fantastic dishes and fresh flavours. This high-end restaurant has an entire menu dedicated to gluten-free options. So not only will you have some great choices for your dietary needs, but you’ll have a whole menu to choose from!

The staff here are experts at preventing cross-contamination by using separate cutting boards and fresh water for boiling the gluten-free pasta. You’ll find Quattro on Main Street in Whistler, right in the heart of all the action!

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The Roundhouse Lodge

Just because you’re spending your day in the mountains doesn’t mean that you have to worry about where you’re going to get dinner. The Roundhouse Lodge on Whistler Mountain has lots of gluten-free food options on offer. Grab a gluten-free muffin and take it with you on your hike, or stop by for a gluten-free burger after a morning skiing.

The Roundhouse Lodge is located right beside Whistler Village Gondola and is a great place to plan the day’s adventure from. 

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Crepe Montagne

Crepe Montagne is another restaurant that has a whole menu dedicated to gluten-free options. This French-inspired restaurant specializes in crepes but also has a large eggs benedict, raclette, fondue, salad and dessert menu. Crepe Montagne is a cozy, intimate restaurant that’s perfect for special occasions and date night.

Gluten-Free Treats

Mouth-watering gluten-free options aren’t limited to just meals in Whistler. We’ve got lots of gluten-free treats and even a gluten-free beer here!

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Purebread

Purebread is one of the most popular businesses in Whistler. Having started out in a small unit in Function Junction, they now have 5 locations in BC and have even been featured in Vogue and The New York Times! With so much choice Purebread can be daunting, there are just so many treats here that look incredible. One of the best things about Purebread is its staff. They’re all highly knowledgeable, so if you need to double-check if something is suitable for coeliacs, they’ll be more than happy to help.

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Moguls Coffee House

It’s nice to treat yourself to a muffin with your morning coffee when you’re on vacation. Mogul’s Coffee House is one of the most popular cafés in Whistler thanks to its great location and expertly made coffee. They also have a selection of gluten-free treats. They’ll have at least one variety of gluten-free muffins available daily, as well as energy bars.

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Whistler Brewing - Gluten-Free Forager Pale Ale

While beer may not spring to mind when you first think of a gluten-free treat, we can assure you that this pale ale from Whistler Brewing is most certainly a treat in our eyes. The gluten-free Forager Pale Ale is brewed a few minutes south of Creekside in Function Junction. It’s made with a grist of sorghum and rice, rather than traditional methods. You can find the Forager Pale Ale in most bars in towns and liquor stores.

You don’t need to worry about finding gluten-free food here in Whistler. So book a stay with us and enjoy a relaxing, hassle-free, gluten-free stay with us!