Whistler City Guide

Our Whistler city guide is here! Just in time for all the festivities at Whistler Film Festival (and all the snow). We wandered all around Whistler, warm and cozy in our Sorel boots, and put all our favorite shops, restaurants, and bars together in one place. Check them out, share it with your friends, and have a blast both on and off the hill!

Outside the village, you'll find really good coffee, beer, and baked goods in the Function Junction 'hood. Camp Lifestyle + Coffee is an adorable store full of local west coast products, and Whistler Brewing Company is the mountain's local craft beer. Grab a growler, pick your favorite beer (we love the Dunkel), and you're all set for a local apr├ęs experience. 

In the village, there's tons of skate and snow shops to keep you looking good on the mountain, and we love all the hip accessories at Provisioner. For your daily fruits and veggies, hit up Naked Sprout for local and organic juices, smoothies, salads, and soups! 

There's tons of good food in Whistler, and brunch is the best meal of the day. Stonesedge Kitchen has an awesome "benny + bubbly" menu that includes eggs benedict and a mimosa for only $15. When the sun sets, make your way over to the new Bar Oso for Spanish-inspired tapas, charcuterie, and an epic gin and tonic menu.

Main Street is home to a ton of shops in close proximity, near Summit Lodge Boutique Hotel Whistler, with everything from boutiques to tea houses. 3 Singing Birds has a cute curation of local handmade goods, and The Circle is the classic local skate and show shop!

When you're in Whistler, you'll notice a ton of awesome Aussie accents. Which is great because with Aussies comes the traditional Aussie pies at Peaked Pies...if you haven't had one before, you seriously need to try it! If you love craft coffee like Counter Culture and Intelligentsia, head over to Mount Currie Coffee for your caffeine fix.

For more of Whistler, check out the full guide here

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