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Whistler Creekside DiningLooking to grab a quick meal to go, or maybe you want to sit down and enjoy an amazing 4 course dinner - Creekside Whistler has dining options that will appeal to every palate and budget. Creekside is home to 20 some restaurants, a large number of them all within a 5-minute walk of all three Lodging Ovations properties Legends, First Tracks Lodge and Evolution.

Fine Dining at Whistler Creekside

Rimrock Café & Oyster Bar

Home to the best seafood in town the Rimrock Cafe & Oyster Bar is consistently awarded as one of the best restaurants in Whistler. Everything about the Rimrock is first class including their amazing service, excellent wine list and mouth-watering seafood. Don't let the name fool you the restaurant also offers excellent beef and lamb dishes for those looking for something other than seafood.

Red Door Bistro

Locally owned and operated, Red Door Bistro is named after head chef RD Stewart, who has been cooking in Whistler for the past 20 years. RD combines his passion for French cuisine and West Coast inspired cooking when he creates his marvelous looking dishes. Reasonably priced main courses allow you to experience a delicious meal without breaking the bank.

Pubs

Dusty's Bar & Grill

Dusty's Bar and BBQOpen for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Dusty's Bar & BBQ is a great option for an affordable sit-down meal. Enjoy your meal and drinks on the massive outdoor patio overlooking Whistler Mountain. Great views, cheap drinks, affordable food all make Dusty's great place to catch a meal. Children are welcome until 10 PM.

Roland's Creekside Pub

Head chef Bob Haselbach and his crew serve up award winning BBQ at this Creekside long stay. Labelled as Creekside's unofficial sports bar the pub is sure to be playing the day's important game or match. Roland's Creekside Pub is a great place to unwind with friends, stay for the food and enjoy the great selection of pints and spirits. Sorry, no minors.

Casual Dining in Whistler Creekside

With a wide variety of restaurants there should be an option for every type of eater in the family. Most sit down restaurants offer children's menus and almost all offer substitute options.

If the day on the hill or elsewhere has left you wiped, going out to dinner can seem like more of a hassle than it's worth. Luckily almost all of the Creekside restaurants provide takeout service with some of them also offering delivery.

Rosie's House

Freshly made Italian food served dine-in, delivery, or takeout! Bring the family to Rosie's House for a big meal or catch a game at the bar on one of the many big-screen HDTVs.

Samurai Sushi

A great option for lunch and dinner Samurai Sushi offers fresh, affordable, delicious sushi to stay or go! If you’re looking for a place to fill your sushi craving in Creekside look no further than Samurai.

The Southside Diner

A Whistler landmark, the Southside Dinner has been serving up hungry patrons for 40+ years. Creekside's "it" spot for breakfast the dinner serves up simple classics done the right way. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, make sure to try out their famous "blue plate specials" a Whistler classic.

Whistler Creekbread

What happens when you make all of your ingredients in-house and cook your pizza's in a custom made wood fire oven? You create some of the best tasting pizzas in Whistler! Creekbread uses all natural ingredients, prepared in-house to create a meal that you won't soon forget. Great pizza's, salads and desserts make this place a can't miss.

Grab 'N' Go

Tim Hortons Whistler

Tim Hortons is pretty much considered a Canadian "classic". The fast food restaurant specializes in quickly served coffee, tea, and donuts. You can also grab a quick breakfast, lunch, or dinner at the Tim Hortons Creekside location. And this "Tim's" is open 24 hours!

Starbucks Creekside

Start the day right by grabbing your morning caffeine fix from Starbucks, located right next to Creekside Market. Only a short detour from hitting the chairlift and you could be enjoying a nice chai tea latte on the way up the mountain. Then end your day with a hot chocolate and some free wifi.

Photo Credit: Mike Crane (Couples Dining)