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Whistler Dining

Whether you’re looking for grab 'n' go or fine dining, Whistler Creekside has dining options for every palate and budget. Over 20 eateries serve the area, most of them are within an easy walking distance from Evolution in Whistler Creekside.

Fine Dining at Whistler Creekside

Rimrock Cafe & Oyster Bar

Consistently ranked among the best restaurants in Whistler, The Rimrock Cafe is far and away Whistler's premier seafood restaurant. Everything about the Rimrock is first-class from the service, wine selection, and overall dining experience. Looking for an unforgettable meal look no further than the Rimrock.

Red Door Bistro

Red Door Bistro offers reasonably priced food with a warm and friendly atmosphere. The Bistro has been locally owned and operated for years and is located right next door to Roland's Pub. Red Door is open from 5 PM to 11 PM for dinner only.

Grab 'N' Go

Tim Hortons

Canada's unofficial coffee shop Tim Hortons has recently opened up a location right beside Evolution Whistler. Kick start your day with a Hortons coffee and donut or fill up on a yummy soup and sandwich.


Feeling a little bleary-eyed this morning? Stop in at Confetti, a local coffee shop located in Creekside Village, specializing in authentic Italian coffee, gelato & fresh fruit ice cream. A perfect pit-stop for the whole family to grab a treat. So ski off the slopes and into Confetti to design your treat, your way.



Dusty's Bar & BBQ

Dusty's Bar and BBQDusty's is located at the base of Creekside Gondola and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Affordable food and great drink specials make this spot a hit with locals and visitors alike. A huge, heated patio provides great views of the slopes and even offers ski-in-ski-out access. Home to Whistler's largest permanent music venue, Dusty's offers live music several times a week. Children are welcome until 8PM. 

Roland's Creekside Pub

Creekside’s unofficial sports bar there's no better place to catch the day’s important game or match. Roland's head chef Bob Haselbach is always cooking up some amazing BBQ creations to go along with a great selection of pints on tap! A great place to meet up with friends after the hill and unwind with a couple of cocktails and food. Sorry, no minors.

Whistler Creekside Casual & Family Restaurants

We know that eating with kids can sometimes be tedious but most restaurants in Whistler Creekside offer children's menus or offer items even the pickiest eaters will enjoy. Many of the fine dining facilities are very accommodating to young children and can provide food substitutions with meals.

If the day’s events have worn you out, then going out to dinner may be the last thing on your mind. Luckily most of the Creekside restaurants offering take-out or quick order services.

Dusty's Bar & BBQ

Dusty's Bar & BBQ has long been known as the BBQ headquarters of Whistler. Every summer the Bar hosts the Canadian National BBQ Championship and throughout the year the menu carries on the tradition. Dusty's is sure to leave your mouth watering and your stomach full for less than $15. Kids are allowed until 10 PM when nighttime hits the bar turns into a live music venue. Please note that the last day of winter operations is April 16, 2023.

Samurai Sushi

Looking for yummy, fresh and affordable sushi? Samurai Sushi is your spot. While you’re there try one of the specialty rolls like the samurai, mango or whistler roll!

The Southside Diner

A Whistler classic the Southside Dinner has been serving up hungry patrons in one form or another for over 40+ years. The restaurant is open for all three meals but is best known for its classic breakfasts and awesome burgers. This place is a must visit it you’re staying in Creekside.

Whistler Creekbread

Home to some of the best pizzas in town Creekbread serves up organic, hand creations, cooked in a wood fire oven. If you’re looking for an amazing freshly made thin crust pizza you’re in luck. Local's tip, ask for their maple syrup sweetened fresh-pressed lemonade, sounds strange, tastes delicious.

Photo Credit: Mike Crane (Couple Dining)