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Whistler Fine Dining

Araxi

Araxi
araxi restaurant
Chef James Walt is committed to providing only the freshest ingredients to this Whistler Restaurant.

This fine dining restaurant has a full bar, and a large outdoor seating area, so you can enjoy an après-ski drink while still wearing your gear. At dinner, their menu is focused on regional, seasonal cuisine: their signature dishes include scallops with corn, spicy sausage, and mustard vinaigrette, saddle of rabbit with buttered noodles, carrots, and mustard sauce, and ricotta gnocchi with toasted hazelnuts and sage. While the restaurant is open year round for dinner, in the summer you can also enjoy lunch at Araxi.

Elements Urban Tapas Parlour

Elements Urban Tapas Parlour
There’s a reason locals refer to their beloved Whistler as “Swillster.” It mainly has to do with their hearty, healthy attitude toward drink—and the 13 different après options right at the base of the mountain. The Garibaldi Lift Company, known as the GLC, is the place to kick off your Langes and slug a frothy brew. Located at the base of the Whistler Village gondola, it’s got a sprawling patio, a fireplace to warm your wet gear, and most importantly a big-ass bar.

Three Things You Need to Know:
  • Try the Garibaldi Lift Company’s Sex Cheese, four different cheeses—asiago, provolone, cambozola, and goat—all melted together with a lemon-garlic white wine sauce and flatbread. It’s not as gross as the name implies.
  • Check out the concert calendar. The GLC pulls nationally touring acts like Spearhead and Medeski, Martin, and Wood.
  • GLC jam-packed? Merlin’s, Longhorn, and Dusty’s all serve beer too.

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  • Regionally inspired and creatively prepared tapas are the stars at this fun restaurant.

    Regionally inspired and creatively prepared tapas are the stars at this fun restaurant featuring an open kitchen and a buzzing cocktail bar in Whistler Village’s Summit Lodge & Spa. Mingle over grilled chorizo with honey-onion relish, Pacific salmon “lollipops” with papaya-mango salsa and two-toned frites with chipotle aioli. Perfect pair: fruit-infused martinis with sticky toffee pudding or espresso crème brulee.

    http://www.wildwoodrestaurants.ca/htm/pbistro.html

    Sachi Sushi

    Sachi Sushi

    The sushi in Whistler is so superb, we had to include two restaurants from there. Go to Sushi Village if you want fun and festive; go to Sachi, also located in the Whistler village, if you want a more mellow scene. At Sachi, try the mango roll. You won't be disappointed.

    Superb Whistler sushi.

    Go to Sachi, located in the Whistler village, if you want a more mellow scene. At Sachi, try the mango roll. You won't be disappointed.
    http://www.sachisushirestaurant.com/

    Sushi Village

    Sushi Village

    Located steps from the Whistler gondola, Sushi Village is the place to eat sushi in Whistler. It's a vibrant party scene with some of the best and freshest fish around. If you're an adventurous eater, order the 11-piece Chef's Choice nigiri. Or try the house special Double Hawaiian Roll, which has tempurad Hawaiian tuna, cucumber, spicy-mayo, all wrapped with thinly sliced tuna. And if you're there to party, you may want to get some jugs of sake margaritas, which come in lime, strawberry, melon, or banana.

    A vibrant party scene for adventurous eaters.

    Located steps from the Whistler gondola, Sushi Village is the place to eat sushi in Whistler. It's a vibrant party scene with some of the best and freshest fish around. If you're an adventurous eater, order the 11-piece Chef's Choice nigiri. Or try the house special Double Hawaiian Roll, which has tempurad Hawaiian tuna, cucumber, spicy-mayo, all wrapped with thinly sliced tuna. And if you're there to party, you may want to get some jugs of sake margaritas, which come in lime, strawberry, melon, or banana.
    http://www.sushivillage.com/

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