- 4-hour dinner tour highlighting Whistler's hidden gems
- A progressive dinner including 4 full courses plus other tastings along the way
- Dine on a variety of cuisines, including Coastal, Mediterranean and Alpine
- Led by an enthusiastic, passionate and knowledgeable guide
- Small group size limited to 15 people ensures a more personalized experience
- Open ticket - tour can be taken on any day during your visit!
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What You Can Expect
Start your evening by meeting your local, professional foodie guide, who will lead you to your first stop, a brewhouse, for tastings of locally brewed beers. After whetting your appetite, move on to a cozy and elegant, award-winning tapas spot, followed by a visit to a funky and cozy restaurant hidden from the main village. For your main course, the chef offers customers a unique reinvention of traditional comfort foods, with nourishing and beautiful ingredients. Choose from pan seared snapper, beet and barley risotto, rich and creamy wild mushrooms, and numerous other wholesome fusion dishes.
Your pants may be getting tighter, but there is still more to taste on this tour! Following the main course, make your way to a local chocolate shop for a sample of fresh fudge, and then end your feast at a trendy, casual lounge for the chef's desert selection. A sample menu can be found in the Itinerary section below.
To make the most of your evening, upgrade to include wine pairings, which include a 3-ounce (90-ml) glass of red or white wine (your choice) at each of the first three restaurants, plus a 1-ounce (30-ml) glass of British Columbia's famous icewine at the last stop. Additional wine and drinks can be purchased throughout the tour.
Open ticket - tour can be taken on any day during your visit!
Brewhouse: Tasting flight of locally brewed beer; three 3-ounce glasses (included with both tour options)
Elements: Pan seared salmon over a bed of fresh vegetables
Stonesedge: Pan seared snapper, beet and barley risotto, caramelized lemon, grilled asparagus or crispy duck shepherd's pie
Rocky Chocolate: Tasty treat
Caramba: Chef's choice of seasonal dessert
Really enjoyed it! Our guide Anne Marie was great!
Fantastic!!!! I'm still in awe at the amount of food we got on this tour! Two big appetizers, chocolate, a delicious main course of braised lamb and a wonderful dessert, plus a glass of beer. Good times.
highlight of the trip, a true hidden gems experience, the people we had as a group were terrific and the guide did a great job. the whole e experience was fabulous.
We thoroughly enjoyed the tour, although some of the food was a little underwhelming. Our guide, Jen, was delightful and informative, and we enjoyed the wine pairings offered with each course.