Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantIn the heart of Whistler Village, BG Urban Grill has a great location and huge, beautiful patio in the middle of all the action in Town Plaza.  Located across from the Delta Hotel, the BG Urban Grill is popular for breakfast as well as lunch and dinner.  With a tremendously varied and appetizing menu, you will find something for everyone in your party.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantCrepe Montagne is more than just crepes. From our delicious fondues to our traditional swiss raclette, we offer a unique dining experience guaranteed to cater to all palates. We serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, including gluten free options. The beginning – Laurence and Michel Gagnon arrived in Whistler in 1993 after meeting and working together in the Canadian Rockies at the Chateau Lake Louise.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantGarbo's Grill & Espresso Bar Located in the Carleton Lodge beside the Whistler Village Gondola, Garbo's Grill & Espresso Bar specializes in customizable burgers, smoothies, delicious paninis, cappuccinos and more. Relax outside on the patio, or take it to go. Garbo's Grill is nestled next to the amazing Longhorn's patio and together they are the centre of a lot of eating, dining and celebrating in Whistler Village.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantGnarlyroots Pizza & Café is locally owned and operated in Whistler village at the Olympic Plaza. We use fresh seasonal produce in our foods for locals and visitors to enjoy all year round. We have a variety of café, pizza and pasta menu items to get your mouth watering and satisfy your taste buds. Come and visit our fully licensed restaurant featuring a scenic outdoor patio for a memorable dining experience.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantGone Village Eatery is a fully licensed cafe tucked away (hidden!) in the heart of Whistler Village. Locally owned and operated, Gone is a favorite spot of locals looking for quick, fresh, healthy meals or a relaxing coffee with friends.  Their menu changes frequently, and whenever possible we use fruit and vegetables from local producers.  Nearly every hotel concierge will recommend Gone for breakfast before anything else.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantHarajuku is an ‘Izakaya’. Izakaya means ‘sake shop’, in Japan they are casual places for after-work drinking. Specializing in classic Japanese style pub food from sushi to noodles and rice.  Harajuku has an extensive drinks menu, from Japanese classics such as sake margaritas & shooters. Through to a wide selection of international beers and spirits, there is something for everyone.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantIngrid's Village Cafe is a hidden little locals favourite, located dead centre of Whistler Village.  A tiny little cafe that has been open for well over 20 years!  They have excellent, freshly made soups, salads, burgers, veggie burgers, sandwiches, wraps and a whole array of delicious things to eat.  Ingrid's is nestled next to the Amsterdam Grill and easy to miss when walking by.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantKA-ZE Sushi is a great Japanese restaurant in the plaza area of the beautiful Westin Hotel.  The Westin is located right next to the Whistler Gondola and the location is hard to beat.  As Sushi restaurants go in Whistler, KA-ZE is one of the best.  They offer Japanese culinary delights like Tai and Blue Fin Tuna direct from Japan and Matsusaka Beef, exclusive to KA-ZE, in all of North America!

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantThe Keg Steakhouse + Bar is a nice restaurant located in the centre of Whistler Village.  Their menu is quite varied and includes steak, seafood, chicken, prime rib and salads.  The Keg is known for having a fun, relaxing, laid back atmosphere while serving amazing and succulent steaks.  You will find the waiters at the Keg a little different than at other restaurants.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantLa Cantina has two excellent restaurants in Whistler.  One in Marketplace in Whistler Village and the other at Nesters, just north of Whistler Village.  La Cantina has an amazing industrial/cartoon design that is really quite beautiful.  The menu is packed with a great variety of Mexican inspired items.  Meat Tacos and veggie tacos, burritos, quesadillas and wraps. 

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantMain Street Noodles recently opened on Main Street in Whistler Village where Dups Burritos used to be. Main Street Noodles is a cute little grab & go Asian restaurant brought to us by the folks from BrickworksBrickworks Pub is located down the other end of Main Street in the Delta HotelBrickworks has a reputation as a great locals spot for a drink, but also a place to get pretty amazing food.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantMilestones is a good franchise restaurant in an excellent location at the base of Blackcomb Mountain.  Inside you have some great views from most tables and outside on the patio you have an amazingly inviting open fire to sit around and enjoy a drink.  Their lunch menu is quite varied, with several pasta dishes, burgers and sandwiches.  Their dinner menu is quite good and comparatively inexpensive. 

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantNagomi Sushi is an excellent sushi restaurant near the base of Blackcomb Mountain in the Le Chamois Hotel.  They have a nicely varied menu with a lot to choose from.  Sushi rolls are priced very reasonably:  Tuna Roll $4.95, BBQ Salmon Roll (Salmon, avocado and spicy mayo) $5.5, California Roll (Crab stick and avocado) $4.95, Kani Cali Roll (Alaskan King crab and avocado) $9.75 and Natto Roll (Fermented soy beans) $4.95.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantNaked Sprout Juice Bar Cafe is a great little eatery with some amazingly healthy things on the menu.  Lots of salads, wraps, bowls, grilled panini, soups and chili.  Some great things you can get include: Miso Quinoa Bowl: Spirallized carrots & beets.  Organic quinoa, cherry tomatoes raw almonds, wakami seaweed & sprouts house made orange, ginger miso dressing Vegan.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantPasta Lupino is a great little Italian inspired restaurant on Main Street in Whistler Village. Open for lunch and dinner 11am to 9pm, Pasta Lupino is tremendous value for money.  In a town known for high prices, eating here is relatively inexpensive.  The restaurant itself is pretty small with only about a dozen tables, it has a nice local feel to it.  As popular for take out as it is for dining in, the food is very good.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantPeaked Pies is a cool little eatery that is relatively new to Whistler, but has an almost cult following.  Australians seem obsessed with meat pies and Whistler has plenty of Aussies.  The obsession must be contagious as you will often find as many Canadians eating there as Aussies.  Peaked Pies is the creation of a couple that met not that long ago in Whistler.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantPizzeria Antico is a wonderful, old-school Italian pizzeria that all-to-often goes unnoticed by locals and tourists in Whistler.  Though its location is pretty central in Whistler Village on Main Street, it is on one of those street corners that doesn’t grab your attention.  The unimpressive exterior hides an absolutely wonderful interior.  The beautiful open air design and rustic furnishings give it an amazingly authentic Italian feel as well as a super stylish look.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantPortobello is yet another locals favourite in Whistler.  Located in the lower lobby of the Fairmont Chateau Whistler  in the Upper Village, Portobello’s is a great place to grab a sandwich to go or to relax in their newly redesigned casual dining interior.  They have several local craft beers as well as a specialty coffee bar.  Sandwiches, pastries, breakfast bowls, soups, vegetarian meals, full BBQ chicken and BBQ rib dinners.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantSachi Sushi opened its doors in 2003. Owner and Head chef Toshiyuki Kobayashi has over 30 years experience, and has been making sushi in Whistler for 25years.  Sachi Sushi has become a local favorite, having won Best Sushi Award as voted by Whistler in the annual Best of Whistler competition in the Pique Newspaper.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantSamurai Sushi has two excellent little Japanese restaurants in Whistler.  One is in Nesters, just north of Whistler Village and one is in Creekside, just 4 kilometres south of Whistler Village.  Though both restaurants are very small, they are both very inviting.  It seems in Whistler that going to Samurai Sushi once gets you hooked.  Owing to their locations outside Whistler Village, the customers are almost entirely locals.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantJust recently opened, Shred is a unique restaurant idea for Whistler that seems to be taking off.  Brought to us by the same folks that own Brickworks at the other end of Main Street and Main Street Noodles just a couple doors down from Shred.  Shred is a self-serve salad bar.  An idea that at first seems strange, but on second thought, seems like a amazing concept.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantSouthside Diner is an excellent old school café that is well cherished by Whistler locals.  Located in Creekside across from the Husky, the Southside Diner is easy to spot and convenient to get to, just off the highway.  With the Southside hostel upstairs, the Southside Diner is about as local Whistler as you can get.  Locals will tell you that this is the best place in Whistler to cure your hangover with a greasy breakfast. 

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantSplitz Grill is an amazing little locals hide-away in the middle of Whistler Village where you will find the most amazing burgers. Only a handful of Whistler restaurants can be called essential to eat at, and Splitz Grill is definitely one you shouldn’t miss.  A Whistler original, Splitz Grill has since opened in Vancouver.  Splitz Grill is about a casual as a restaurant can get.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantThe Old Spaghetti Factory is a very family friendly restaurant in a great location just down from the base of Whistler Mountain in the Crystal Lodge.  They have a wide range of pasta on their menu including Pesto Linguine, Penne with Chicken, lasagna, Chicken Alfredo, Seafood Fettuccine Alfredo, Red Thai Curry Linguine with Prawns or Chicken and quite a lot more.

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantWild Wood Pacific Bistro is another locally owned restaurant that is a favourite for locals.  The food is great and the prices are not as painful as many other Whistler restaurants.  Locals will remember the Wild Wood from its old location in the Tennis Club before moving to its current location in the Crystal Lodge in the centre of Whistler Village.  

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantWild Wood Café in Function Junction, owned by the same owners as the Wild Wood Bistro and Elements in Whistler Village.  Hidden out in Function Junction and open for breakfast and lunch daily 8am-2pm, the Wild Wood Café is pretty amazing.  The first thing that you likely notice as you walk in is how busy the place is.  For such a hidden and far removed restaurant from Whistler Village, the place is often packed with locals. 

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Eat in Whistler Casual Dining RestaurantZog’s Dogs is found just steps from the base of Whistler Mountain next to Evolution.  Designed sort of like a food truck, Zog’s is at the side of the stroll in a small truck-like building surrounded by tables and chairs.  You will smell the dogs cooking from a long way off.  Zog’s Dogs is about as convenient and good as a fast food spot can get.  Very fast, very good and the location is phenomenal.

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