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Foggy Goggle, Sunday River

Foggy Goggle, Sunday River

PHOTO: Sunday River
A primo après spot at Sunday River.

A primo après spot at Sunday River, the Foggy Goggle offers up excellent nachos, burgers, and Maine-style lobster mac and cheese. Plus they have a whole load of flat-screen TV’s so you can watch the Pats from every angle.
207-824-5056

Shipyard Brewhaus, Sunday River

Shipyard Brewhaus, Sunday River
shipyard brew
The best mug club in Sunday River.

The Sunday River outpost of the venerable Portland-based Shipyard brewery, has entertainment, a range of dinner options, and darn good beer. Become a member of their mug club and get discounts on beer in a bunch of other Maine locations.
http://www.shipyardbrewhaus.com; (207) 824-5138

Three Below

Three Below
It’ll take a few hours to get to Whistler from the airport, but you’ll be traveling along Highway 99, a.k.a. the Sea to Sky Highway, and you’ll be too distracted by the views to notice the drive time. Fly into the Canadian metropolis of Vancouver and take a two-hour bus or shuttle into Whistler. Or you can take a dramatic train ride along the Sea to Sky corridor for just an hour longer. The WAVE, or Whistler Transit, buses will take you all around town, almost 24 hours a day.

More Info: www.whistlerblackcomb.com, www.transitbc.com, Sea to Sky Highway Update
Stop in this family-friendly restaurant for some butter chicken and mac-and-cheese.

This family-friendly homestyle restaurant is located right in the heart of Whistler in the Village Common building. They have ribs, butter chicken, and mac-and-cheese, as well as a 10-dollar kids menu that includes a drink, an entrée, like grilled cheese, and dessert. Grab a beer and settle down in the cozy atmosphere to watch the game after a long day of skiing.
Whistler, British Columbia | 604.962.0601

The Sushi Bar

The Sushi Bar

The Sushi Bar, located in Stratton's village, opened in December in what was a former wine bar (which means they still offer a good wine list). Before that, the nearest sushi to Stratton was a good 40 minutes away. Their most popular dish is the Sun Bowl, a combination of chopped tuna, salmon, avocado, and unagi sauce, over a bowl of rice. They also have a good offering of microbrewed Japanese sake.

Sake and Sushi in Stratton's village.

The Sushi Bar, located in Stratton's village, opened in December in what was a former wine bar (which means they still offer a good wine list). Before that, the nearest sushi to Stratton was a good 40 minutes away. Their most popular dish is the Sun Bowl, a combination of chopped tuna, salmon, avocado, and unagi sauce, over a bowl of rice. They also have a good offering of microbrewed Japanese sake.

www.stratton.com

Mulligans

Mulligans
Mulligans
A big, noisy bar cum restaurant that serves up hearty pub fare at reasonable prices.

Every ski town needs a big, noisy bar cum restaurant that serves up hearty pub fare at reasonable prices. Mulligan’s keeps it real with all the basics—steak, burgers, ribs, sandwiches, fajitas. The atmosphere is warm, relaxed and casual—the kind of place where you strike up conversations with the folks at the next table. If you’re ready for a little dive-bar action after dinner, it’s right downstairs at the Green Door Pub.

www.stratton.com; 802.297.9293

Rooster's Brewing Company

Brewmaster Steve Kirkland pleases the masses with 26 beers.

Brewmaster Steve Kirkland pleases the masses with 26 beers, including Polygamy Pale Ale, Bee’s Knees Honey Wheat and the rich and malty Junction City Chocolate Stout. Pair it with a plate of Onion Loops, and don’t leave without trying a mug of chilled root beer—brewed on-site, of course.
roostersbrewingco.com

Elvio's Pizzeria and Restaurant

Elvio's Pizzeria and Restaurant
Elvio's pizzeria
If thick crust pizza is what your craving on your Loon vacation, Elvio's is your destination.

A classic pizzeria in a family setting, Elvio’s offers thick crust pizza with all your favorite toppings. No frills or fancy Italian furnishings, just quick and delicious pizza. Try their specialty pizzas and calzones, they’re sure not to disappoint. $1.85 per slice/$13.25 large 16”; 603-356-3208.

Gordi's Fish and Steak House

Gordi's Fish and Steak House
Gordi's fish and steak house
A great place to stop skiing and get into some surf and turf

Another great après ski spot right down the road from Loon, Gordi’s gives tired skiers a place to put up their tired feet and throw down a cold one. Their daily après ski specials are cheap and great with friends and drinks. If dinner is what your interested in, they have a enormous menu ranging from decedent surf and turf to chicken Parmesan. Try the Gordi’s Cut Prime Rib and even add lobster. $11-$36; 603-745-6635

Sunny Day Diner

Sunny Day Diner
Sunny Day Diner (F)
A classic diner in every sense

A local favorite, this little breakfast and lunch eatery right off the highway is a must for breakfast lovers. Though it’s small in stature, it has loads of personality, a friendly staff, and French toast with your choice of 5 different home made breads. Try the amazing banana bread French toast. $.99-12$; 603-745-4833 (photo courtesy of BKM_BR)

Woodstock Inn Station & Brewery

Woodstock Inn Station & Brewery
Woodstock Inn station and brewery
A great place for a delicious beer and some après ski fun

A great après ski spot, the Woodstock Inn Station and Brewery offers the casual diner anything they could want. The food is fantastic; try the 18 or even 36-ounce cheeseburger (Death by Burger). The Spicy Mac and Cheese made with sweet chili cheese sauce is a must try if that sounds like your thing, and wash it all down with any of the 13 different types of beer they brew on site. Entrées $10-23; 1-800-321-3985.

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