We had to stop off to nosh of things after finishing up our Peak-to-Peak adventure. This pub was within earshot so in we went. The accents inside exude Whistler but we opted for the patio instead.
Service unforunately was forgettable and slow, but just about everything else was. We ordered the seven layer dip and the onion rings but spent the lot mostly on drinks. Most of their cocktails had a remarkable name with an unremarkable taste, specifically my gin and lime drink which included cucumber; improperly prepared with a sharp and bitter linger.
Passing on this spot.
Best place in Whistler for cheap, pub food that you can relax with after a long day of hiking/biking/snowboarding/atving/ etc etc etc.
I've been coming to Whistler for years, and the nachoes here are the best around, and theyre beer and drink prices are amazingly low for Whistler. I even ended up there with 2 girlfriends after we got screwed by clubzones "club crawl" halloween 2009 and we had a blast. 4 dollar shots? 6 dolalr double vodka sodas?!!!!
Theres a reason alot of locals go here, because its not trendy, doesnt want to be, its there for a good time. Plus the huge patio is awesomee and great for watching people go by, even though the area isnt as busy as the lower village.