- 4-hour progressive dinner tour of Whistler's fine-dining restaurants
- Enjoy four full courses and additional tastings
- Led by a passionate foodie guide
- Eat at award-winning restaurants and Whistler hot-spots
- Learn how to sabre Champagne in a 15,000 bottle wine cellar!
- Small group size limited to 15 ensures a more personalized experience
- Open ticket - tour can be taken on any day during your visit!
What You Can Expect
Start at the famous Barefoot Bistro, home to resident chef Melissa Craig — Canada’s 2008 top chef — as well as an impressive 15,000-bottle wine cellar. Learn the centuries-old French tradition of sabrage, where a sword is used to open a champagne bottle. Your excursion includes four food courses as well as a wine-tasting lesson. You’ll enjoy an array of delectable dishes made with regionally sourced ingredients.
Samples may include a creative amuse-bouche, local wild salmon, cajun-crusted ahi, seasonal desserts and icewine confections at Roger’s Chocolates. (Please check Itinerary section below for sample schedule and menu.) As you try innovative dishes, you’ll quickly understand how Whistler has earned its reputation as a popular food destination.
Your tour concludes in the evening, leaving plenty of time to have a nightcap and a bit more dessert!
Note: To enhance your tasting experience, add the wine pairings upgrade to your tour. Along the way, you’ll sip on delightful samples including a glass of sparkling wine at the sabering lesson, a choice of red or white wine at the next two stops, and a 1-ounce (30-ml) glass of BC's famous icewine at your final destination. Additional drinks available for purchase.
Bearfoot Bistro: Amuse-bouche plate from Melissa Craig, Canada's best chef in 2008, with wine cellar tour and Champagne-sabering lesson
Hy’s Steakhouse: Cajun crusted blackened ahi tuna with blind wine tasting seminar
Quattro: Veal or wild salmon main course sided with restaurant signature pasta
Rogers' Chocolates: Icewine Truffle
FireRock Lounge, Mix Lounge or Flipside Lounge: Chef's choice of seasonal dessert
This was a great tour with delicious food at every stop. Luke was a great tour guide. I added the wine pairing and glad i did. Definitely worth the money.
We ended up having a private tour with our guide Christy. Our food was delicious and it was fun to sample different restaurants, we particularly enjoyed our main course at Quatros. Christy was very knowledgeable about Whistler and gave us tips for the rest of our stay.
Great ambiance, delicious food and very fancy restaurants!
The food was delicious!
Kay torta Australia
Fantastic time went to great places on the tour. Very cold walking around to each place for the different courses. Highlight Bear Foot Inn. They also offer different food tours in whilster itself .