Whistler Fall Dining Specials
The iconic maple leaves throughout Whistler village are turning a brilliant scarlet red. The first snowflakes have fallen on Whistler Blackcomb mountain. The crowded village stroll has cleared but you will still spot die hard mountain bikers and hikers enjoying the tacky trails. While the excitement and entertainment of midsummer events make for a fantastic holiday so does a visit to Whistler in the Fall. Fall in Whistler is a great time to experience a relaxing getaway. Best of all there is a ridiculous amount of specials to take advantage at this time of year that really focus on treating yourself, from massage offers to dining specials to tantalize every taste bud.
Our front desk team are wealth of knowledge and can no doubt find a culinary offering at a discounted price to suit your tastes. Here is a sampling of some of the delicious, multi-course menus from a variety of restaurants:
|The Mexican Corner Restaurant||$22.00||3 Course Dinner|
|Ric's Grill||$15.00||10oz New York Steak with chefs potatoes and peppercorn mushrooms. Sun-Thurs only.|
|Nagomi Sushi||$35.00||All you can eat. Reservations a mandatory|
|Bearfoot Bistro||$64.00||5 Course Menu and Daily Oyster Special|
|Rimrock Cafe||$45.00||3 Course menu. Sunday-Thursday only|
|21 Steps||$35.00||3 course dinner for $35 or 3 small places for $25.|
|Araxi||$32.00||5 courses dinner menu begins September 29th|
Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane
Favorite Spot in Whistler
We go to Whistler a ton as a family to bike and have stayed at a ton of spots in the village and the Crystal is definitely our favorite. Can't beat the location and by far they have the best staff and service in town. Going above and beyond to make our family and dog feel welcomed. The one bedroom suites with vaulted ceilings feel very private and spacious. Also during noisy times when the village is going crazy late night, the rooms are extremely quiet which is a must for us.
Kevin M | Bellingham WA