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Exploring Whistler Blackcomb is about much more than glaciers and glades or breathtaking hiking trails. The mountains are serving up fresh, local cuisine in unique locations. From central and convenient to quiet and tucked away, explore a mountain of options and let your taste buds be your guide.

Nutritional Options As Varied As Our Terrain

Taking care of all your equipment is important, especially your body.

Whistler Blackcomb offers a variety of healthy dining options on both mountains so you get the high quality energy you need to make it from first to last chair.

NEW! Look for these icons on menus at each restaurant.

Diet Specific Icons

Restaurant Locations

Mountain-top Restaurants

Take an early lunch (before 11:30am) or late lunch (after 1:30pm) and follow the locals to the restaurants below for less lunchtime traffic.

Match the locations on the map with the list below.

On Mountain Dining Map

Full Service Dining

Christine's is undergoing renovations and will re-open for the 2015.16 ski season. Please visit Steeps Grill & Wine Bar for full service alpine dining. Learn More
As Whistler’s full service dining restaurant, Steeps offers a menu that reflects the fine foods available in British Columbia and regional wines in flights, by the glass or bottle. Learn More

Fresh Tracks

Mountain Top Breakfast

Presented by The Globe and Mail

You're already heading up the mountain, so why not start the day with breakfast at the top of Whistler?

Upload Whistler Village Gondola between 7:15am and 8:00am for a mountain sized breakfast buffet at the Roundhouse Lodge, then enjoy fresh powder or perfectly groomed corduroy all to yourself. Advance or day-of tickets available at Guest Relations or any ticket window.

Winemakers Dinner


Wine Makers dinner's feature world class wines paired with locally-sourced culinary delights. Perched atop Whistler Mountain inside with stunning views from Steeps Grill & Wine Bar, a full-course dinner complete with wine pairings is guaranteed to be a feast for your senses.

Click below for more information about our 2 special evenings.
Or all 1-800-766-0449

August 1  September 5

Winemaker Dinners


Executive Chef, Wolfgang Sterr


From serving up to 700 guests daily at our Fresh Tracks Mountain Top Breakfast, to our farm to table Winemakers Après events, there is never a dull moment for the team in white at Whistler Blackcomb. Respecting the environment is very important to me which is why I use every moment possible as a leader in this company to instill environmental stewardship in our employees. Building relationships with local suppliers and producers in Pemberton, Vancouver, and the Fraser Valley is key to the success of our restaurants. We have also embraced the Ocean Wise program run by the Vancouver Aquarium and are committed to supporting their initiatives towards sustainability. Over the past couple of winters at Whistler Blackcomb we have refined our dietary options and developed a program to highlight vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and sodium reduced menu options for our guests. My goal is to get away from the “ski hill food mentality” and move to a fresher and healthier menu selection. We want to provide fresh and healthy dishes to fuel our many guests during their amazing days on the mountain.



Whistler Blackcomb's Food and Beverage department has updated some of its mouth-watering menu items and is undertaking new sustainability initiatives. Pemberton's Across The Creek Organics, is growing approximately 25,000 Russet potatoes exclusively for Whistler Blackcomb's baked potato stations at Glacier Creek and the Roundhouse Lodge. Steeps and Christine's will be using their Yukon Gold varieties.


Meanwhile, the Food and Beverage department is also working with Coca-Cola to grow its existing recycling program and to encompass other areas of waste reduction, including growing its organic waste disposal program. Currently, Whistler Blackcomb's restaurants recycle 80 per cent of their beverage containers.

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