Kick back and relax in one of Whistler’s finest après bars! Crowd around the cozy fireplace in winter or gather in the sunsoaked patio in the summer, taking in the mountain vistas.

With giant sports screens, pool tables and interactive games, the Cinnamon Bear Bar is the ideal place in town to unwind over a smooth cocktail or a chilled beer, and soak up the Whistler village vibe. See our All Day menu, with some of your traditional favourites!

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  • Monty Biggins (Live Music)

    • Fridays, 5 p.m.

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