One of the best things about Whistler is that the foodie scene is always thriving. With trendy restaurants ranging from classic comfort food spots to fancy fine dining experiences, there’s no shortage of great places to eat. You can head to Pizzeria Antico to savour their authentic wood-fired pizzas while sipping craft beer; kick back at Alta Bistro over a charcuterie board and fine wine; or opt for a fancy three-course meal at Araxi Restaurant & Oyster Bar, Whistler Village’s favorite farm-to-table eatery.

In preparation for your upcoming trip, be sure to check out these new must-try restaurants in Whistler.


The Mekong restaurant, nestled in the picturesque town of Whistler, British Columbia, offers a culinary journey that transports diners to the heart of Southeast Asia. With its charming ambiance and delectable cuisine, Mekong captures the essence of the Mekong River region’s diverse flavors and culinary traditions. Whether you’re seeking an adventurous dining experience or a taste of home, Mekong promises a memorable and authentic gastronomic escapade through the vibrant and tantalizing world of Southeast Asian cuisine.

Wild Blue Restaurant + Bar

Wild Blue Restaurant + Bar opened it’s doors in Fall of ’22, and quickly became a Whistler must-do, with Vancouver Magazine dubbing it as “the most important Whistler opening in a decade!” Expect elevated Pacific Northwest cuisine, showcasing fresh seafood and locally sourced ingredients in a stunning, contemporary setting. Our tip – grab a seat at the bar for the ultimate experience.

Picnic Whistler

Cheese lovers, rejoice! Picnic Whistler offers beautiful grazing boxes alongside freshly-made deli sandwiches. If you’re in town, why not pick up a beautifully arranged cheese & charcuterie box for a mountain-side picnic, or enjoy an evening in, grazing with friends with a wine in hand? Be sure to spend some time inside their cute retail shop, selling hand-selected gourmet treats, gifts and boutique picnic items.

Barn Nork Riverside

If you’ll be in Whistler this spring, don’t miss the chance to stop by Barn Nark for some delicious Thai eats. With a wide selection of mouthwatering curries, fried rice, and Pad Thai, it’s no wonder the restaurant has been wildly popular among locals and tourists alike. Serving up nothing but real ingredients and whole foods, Barn Nork’s menu is cooked without additives or fillers — just love!

Bar Oso

Bar Oso has been a Whistler Village favorite since 2015, though closed it’s doors for renovations in 2021. This highly-anticipated reopening is sure to create a buzz in our little mountain town, bringing a new food and beverage concept with a larger dining room and takeaway menu. Chef Jorge Muñoz Santos always hits it out of the park with his Spanish-inspired ensaladas, fresh seafood, boutique meats, and fresh artisan bread.



Come Experience All Whistler Has to Offer This 2023!

We hope you found some new and exciting inspiration to add to your itinerary for your upcoming Whistler trip. Some other note-worthy new arrivals that just opened up include Joe Fortes Seafood & Chophouse Whistler and Artigiano. Be sure to check them out if you get the chance!

One thing’s for sure — there’s no shortage of culture and fun things to do in Whistler, no matter the season. And with over two million visitors per year from all corners of the globe, why not be one of the first to try out these hot new restaurants?

There’s no better time to come and experience for yourself all that this chalet-style town has to offer!

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