Whistler ‘Finer Things’ Dinner Tour

Enjoy some of the best Whistler has to offer on our curated 3.5hr tour.

This guided walking tour features 4 delicious courses at four award winning Whistler restaurants. Included is a visit to an impressive 15,000-bottle wine cellar where guests learn to saber champagne. If you are looking to treat yourself to Whistler’s best, this is the tour for you.

All along your guide will enhance the experience with their local knowledge and enthusiasm for the wonderful restaurant dining scene in Whistler.

Guests will also collect a playing card at each venue with prizes for the best poker hands at last stop (no experience necessary).

Optional Wine Pairings
We first serve a 3oz glass of BC sparkling wine after one of the guests chops open the bottle with a sword at the first restaurant. The next two restaurants serve a 3oz glass of your choice between a red or white wine and we finish with a 1oz glass of BC’s famous icewine at the last restaurant.

The price includes 10% liquor tax and associated gratuities which makes it great value for guests wishing to have wine with their dinner. Any additional wine or drinks can be purchased directly from the restaurants.

Meeting Location
Crystal Lodge Lobby
Hotel in the middle of Village, between BC Liquor Store and Lululemon, downstairs on back side of building. Have a cocktail before the tour starts in Basalt Lounge above lobby.

Stop 1: Bearfoot Bistro
Melissa Craig, winner the 2008 Canadian Culinary Championships, prepares a delicious seasonal amuse bouche tasting plate to be enjoyed following a wine cellar tour and sabering (chopping bottle open).

Wine Pairing: 3oz glass BC sparkling wine

Stop 2: Hy’s Steakhouse
Share plates of Cajun crusted blackened Ahi tuna and beef tenderloin in a teriyaki sauce garnished with sesame seeds or vegetable spring rolls on a bed of fresh green and field strawberries.

Wine Pairing: 3oz glass BC red or white

Stop 3: Quattro
Full main course choice of wild sockeye salmon filet with an orange dijon glaze, pickled fennel and arugula salad or veal scaloppine with bocconcini, tomato, and basil. Both sided with owner Antonio’s signature Quattro pasta – olive oil, black beans, minced chicken, and chilis. Wild mushroom risotto dish available for vegetarians.

Wine Pairing: 3oz glass BC red or white

Stop 4: Rocky Mountain
What local dining tour would be complete without a stop into the only chocolate shop in Whistler where the products are freshly made. Guests enjoy a delicious piece of homemade fudge or bowl of ice cream.

Stop 5: Firerock Lounge
Finish the evening with Chef’s artisan cheese plate accompanied with local craft jelly. Guests often kick back in the lounge atmosphere for coffee, tea or cocktails following the tour.

Wine Pairing: 1oz glass BC icewine

What to Bring:
Any guest purchasing the Wine Pairing must be 19+ and will need to show ID at beginning of the tour.