Whistler’s Rising Foodie Scene: What To Order

Aside from the mountains, fresh air and nature, Whistler has a booming foodie scene that you just can’t miss.

Don't bypass the Bouillabaisse at the Red Door Bistro.

Don’t bypass the Bouillabaisse at the Red Door Bistro. Photo courtesy of Whistler Tourism.

2. The Spot: Red Door Bistro

Why Now: Venture out of the main village and head to a new French bistro in Creekside that’s always booked. When you’re in Whistler, no matter the time of year, you want to feel like you are in ski country. Opened by longtime local RD Stewart, Red Door’s intimate, cabin-style ambiance paired with its fresh cuisine will appease that West Coast comfort you are after.

Must Order: Mussels, Duck Confit Spring Rolls and Bouillabaisse.

Where: Creekside, reddoorbistro.ca