While the resort town of Whistler in an amazing place to visit in the warm spring and summer months it is of course known for the autumn and winter that bring its world renowned ski season. However, not all of you are pumped up about the below 0°C temperatures felt in the village at this time of the year. You may be a part of a party that came for downhill powder yet do not hit the slopes yourself. You may have come to simply visit the village for all of its other amenities – the shopping, dining, arts, culture and all-around leisure. Bottom line, if you’re reading this you likely prefer your cold fall/winter scene from the inside looking out. If this is you, we have a few recommendations that will keep you toasty and content while in Whistler Village.
5 Top Places to Keep Out of the Cold While Having Fun in Whistler
Halloween is just two Saturdays away. Yes, it’s finally on a Saturday. What this means, is that the 2015 edition of All Hallow’s Eve in Whistler Village will be more spectacular than ever. Whether you are in town as a couple, with friends, or a family hoard of little zombies and vampires there is plenty to do in our resort town for Halloween weekend.
5 Recommended Halloween Events in Whistler Village for 2015
Yet another month is winding down and with it comes the passing of the summer season into autumn here in Whistler BC. What does this mean aside from the arrival of frost, multi-colored leaves and a feverous anticipation of an early ski season (hopefully)? It’s time for another monthly event recommendation summary from the Village’s favorite restaurant! Take a gander below and prepare your party for fall fun here on the mountain.
5 Recommended Events in Whistler for October 2015
There is no escaping it, for many Instagram has become as much a part of the dining experience as a fork and knife. There is nary a restaurant in Whistler Village where an evening dining experience doesn’t evidence at least one party subtly (or not so subtly) snapping a square pic of their appetizer, dinner, dessert, and/or beverage. The concept of sharing ones dining experience in this manner is instrumental in the choices that they make, not only when it comes to their order, but when it comes to the restaurant they choose to visit.
Why do people do it? Some studies actual state that posting photos of food to Instagram before consumption makes it taste even better. We’re not here to analyze that. Instead, we’re happy to embrace those of you with a penchant for Instadining while visiting the resort town of Whistler BC.
We never set out to be one of the most Instagrammable restaurants in the Village. It sort of just happened. Read further to find out why.
5 Reasons Why Our Whistler Village Restaurant is Perfect for Your “Instagram Dining” Experience
With all of the events and activities taking place in Whistler from spring to winter it’s no wonder that visitors arrive in packs. Whether with friends, family, or coworkers Whistler Village is even more fun when you have a group to share it with. Our resort town has so much to offer for you and your party that you don’t need to come with a plan – the mountain is your oyster with everything at your hotel doorstep. That being said, when it comes to dining it doesn’t hurt to get some helpful advice when planning a lunch or dinner out on the town. Not all restaurants are suited or accommodating to groups, be it a concern about elbow room or the ability of the kitchen staff to keep up with a wave or varying orders from the menu. Thankfully, our establishment is here for you and you party, providing you with the most comfortable, fun, and flavorful group-dining experience in town.
4 Reasons Why Our Whistler Village Restaurant is Perfect for Your Group
It’s no secret that last ski season was a bit slow due to a lack of cooperative weather however that hasn’t stopped our resort town from having a successful year. This week Blackcomb reported an increase in visitor-based revenue by the end of the third quarter and an overall strong start to Whistler’s summer of 2015. Our village’s mid-summer event line-up continued in this pattern and our Whistler restaurant has been a hub of leisure activity.
Once again, as a service to our patrons and all who arrive in town to enjoy the summer scene in Whistler our staff has compiled another list of recommended events to carry you through the last leg of the summer of 2015.
Recommended Events in Whistler Village for the Late Summer of 2015
We’re right smack in the middle of the summer season here in Whistler and it’s been an amazing one to say the least. You must admit, the village of Whistler BC has one of the most unique summertime personalities in all of North America. Here you are in one of the most renowned ski resorts in the world, and it feels more like a beach town in July. Locals and visitors alike are cruising along in flip flops, shorts, tanks and tees, talking (not complaining) about the heat and slurping 20 oz iced coffees and 44 oz Big Gulps by the dozens. Boats are being loaded up with water-skis, wake-boards, and inner-tubes before being towed off to Alpha, Alta, and Lost Lake. We’re pretty sure we saw someone walking down Village Stroll with a surfboard under their arm the other day (#notkidding). Summer is in the air and when this is the case tastes in dining tend to complement the vibe. All of a sudden the more traditional restaurant scene doesn’t cut it, and you seek an unforgettable culinary experience that summer memories are made from. You’ve come to the right place.
5 Reasons Why Our Whistler Village Restaurant is a Favorite Place to Eat in the Summer
It’s been awhile since we’ve updated our blog with a Whistler Village event schedule. We’ve been so busy with our summertime menu updates and keeping guests informed about our new offerings that we haven’t been able to explore the community to gather info on the exciting ongoings slated for the days and weeks ahead. But as your local restaurant and impromptu concierge to all things Whistler we have returned to our obligation to you. Today we are delivering intel on some of the best events our resort town has to offer here in July and early August – the mid summer season!
5 Best Mid-Summer Events in Whistler Village & Surrounding Area 2015
Summer has arrived. There is nothing quite like sitting down on a warm summer’s eve with a glass of wine (or shot of tequila) and exquisitely prepared seafood dish on your table. Many visitors to the province expect the BC coastline to deliver an unmatched bounty of seafood, but are often surprised to find that our mountain resort too is swimming with some of the best seafood dishes around. Notably, our Whistler Village restaurant is known for bringing in both locally sourced and freshly imported catch in an effort to provide patrons with a variety that encompasses the diversity of species found up and down the Pacific coast. But it doesn’t stop there.
Our restaurant understands your desire for a unique dining experience, especially when you are enjoying your vacation. That is why we have taken our seafood offering numerous steps further, integrating flavors and using recipes unlike any other casual or fine dining establishment in the region. Today, as we enter the first few days of summer we are proud to introduce our new seasonal dinner menu here and in today’s article we will feature what “early-adopting” locals are already calling the best seafood dishes in town.
Best (and most unique) Seafood Dishes in Whistler Village – Summer 2015
You likely have some idea about wine-pairing, even if it is simply in regard to your own personal preferences and how it applies to which dishes you choose to match your favorite glass of Chardonnay with. However, the concept of tequila pairing has taken off in the other two-thirds of North America (this has already been a part of the culinary scene in Mexico for quite some time) over the last five years. And if you, a tequila enthusiast, are just hearing about it for the first time today (as you read this) you’re probably salivating at the concept. To make this article even more relevant to you and your party (guests to our Whistler Village community) we will address the general types of tequila found on our beverage list, and match them to our current Spring/Early-Summer menu of 2015.
Pairing Tequila Varieties w/Our Whistler Restaurant’s Current Dinner Menu
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