The word Whistler incites two very distinct images in the minds of year-round visitors. A powdery white winter-wonderland is one. A lush-green and bright summer scene is the other. While it is true that our resort provides for these two very distinct personas, we do get our fair share of rainy days. We do reside in Canada’s Pacific Northwest, after all. You can certainly hedge your bets by following the long-term forecasts before cementing your arrival dates but Mother Nature, being the cheeky beast that she is, may not always comply with local weather-person predictions. However, there is no need to get bummed if you happen to find yourself in Whistler BC on a run of rainy days. Our Whistler Village restaurant crew once again jumps to the rescue with our recommendations of “things to do” in and around down when precipitation strikes.
Top 5 Things to do on a Rainy Day in Whistler Village
Whistler Village is packed full of visitors from all over the world, each of them arriving with unique dietary preferences, and for some, restrictions. Successful casual, fine, and gourmet dining establishments alike need to accommodate requests from patrons based upon these predisposed or personal choices.
We want our resort-town guests to feel completely at home, which includes the kitchen and dining room table too. Because our Whistler BC restaurant is sensitive to the above and to the needs of both our area locals and visitors we have created a menu that considers the needs of vegetarians while adding a few items to also satiate the palates of vegan and gluten-free advocates with a sweet tooth. Read further for more on these flavorful twists on contemporary Mexican dining.
Featured Menu Items for Those Seeking Vegetarian, Vegan, and Gluten-Free Food in Whistler Village
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