Where: Crystal Lounge

A laid-back room in the Crystal Lodge with live music every weekend and Monday night karaoke.

Where: Garibaldi Lift Co. (GLC)

A high-ceilinged room on top of the Whistler village gondola station with a sunny deck for checking out the action in the world-renowned Whistler Mountain Bike Park.

Where: The Cinnamon Bear

A cozy lobby-level lounge with a great set up for shooting pool. Open during the Whistler Village Resort’s ongoing renovations.

Where: Casa Tapas and Wine Bar

A jazzy lounge bar for the funky set that want a relaxed yet more sophisticated night out.

Where: Mallard Lounge at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler

A classic lounge bar with cigar-smoking room for the premium scotch-on-the-rocks set.

Where: Citta

Nice long windows and a big deck in the Village Square. Voted Best Local Hangout in Pique’s 2003 Best of Whistler poll.

Where: The BrewHouse

Kick back with a locally brewed beer and play a game of pool or two in the casual atmosphere by the creek.

Where: Amsterdam Pub & Café

Right in the heart of Whistler Village. Cool tunes, funky design and a great heated patio perfect for people watching.

Where: Black’s Pub

A laid back room with an award-winning patio overlooking the plaza at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb mountains.

Where: Tapley’s Neighbourhood Pub

The game’s always on the big screen TV, plus keno, darts and some of the best value pub food in Whistler.

Where: Longhorn Saloon

A prime location right at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb mountains makes the Longhorn patio an ideal place to gather after a long day in the mountain bike park.

Where: Merlin’s

Summertime in the Blackcomb Benchlands means Merlin’s – heaping nacho platters and a sprawling patio that rocks every Payday Friday.

Where: BBK’s Pub

A small, friendly spot in the Blackcomb Benchlands with wine-savvy bartenders and a unique photo gallery.

Where: Hoz’s Pub

In old Creekside – a true Whistler original with an excellent patio for watching the sun set.

Where: Dusty’s

A big, friendly room with a fantastic fireplace at the heart of new Creekside – normally closed for the season, but remaining open this year.


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