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About Brewhouse at Whistler
The Brewhouse at Whistler is one of the busiest spots in the village all year round. With a separate restaurant, bar and mezzanine, the Whistler Brewhouse is capable of accommodating groups large and small. The pub has a cozy two-sided fireplace and lots of TVs so its a perfect place to watch the game when you're tired from playing all day. Our restaurant is warm and family friendly with a great kids' menu and a huge patio for Whistler's long, hot summers.
The cuisine is an inspired and appetizing mix of barbeque and rotisserie classics with exceptional pizza and pasta options. These flavours are complimented by the range of handcrafted ales and lagers which we brew onsite.
The BrewHouse is located next door to the Celebration Plaza with commanding views of the Olympic rings.
Whistler, BC V0N 1B4
Brewery, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily: 11:30am - 5:00pm; Dinner: 5:00pm - close
~~Since we only reserve 20% of our tables- Walk-ins are always welcome for lunch or dinner~~
CAN$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Trivia Night - Every Thursday Night (Starts at 9pm) In The Pub Starting January 2013
Martini Monday with DJ Kori K - every 1st Mon of the month
Live music - every Saturday on the patio from 2pm during summer months
Onsite underground parking available hourly.
Parking also available across the street in the Day Lots
Located on Blackcomb Way.
Private Party Facilities:
For larger group Reservations or Buyouts please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website to view group menus www.drinkfreshbeer.com
Private Party Contact:
Andrea Rogers : (604) 905-2739
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Available for large groups 20+ and buyouts (300 pax)
Semi-private dining spaces for groups up to 24 and 30
Mezzanine space for groups up 100
Full restaurant and full restaurant + pub buyout available.
Patio option - spring/summer/fall - tenting with permit
Brewhouse at Whistler Ratings and Reviews
Great spot to have dinner in Whistler. We chose this restaurant because of the reviews online and the food and table service did not disappoint.
One thing to keep in mind that google maps leads you to the Four Seasons and not this restaurant. Once we got there, we found out that my reservation was only for inside, luckily they had plenty of seats on the patio. We requested to sit at a table where the people watching was good, but they wouldn't sit us there because they keep the tables next to the fence open for people with dogs. It did put a bit of a sour taste in my mouth as there were a few of the tables along the fence open and not all the tables that were occupied were people with dogs; in fact it was noticeable that the majority did not.
The roasted chicken and ribs were awesome and the portions were quite large. I would go back again to give them a second chance.
We loved this place last year, but something has changed and the food coming from the kitchen has gone down in quality.
After our initial visit on New Year's Eve, I thought the quality of food was down because of the high number of patrons coming through , but after our second visit unfortunately we won't be back. Not only was the food not great, the service was slow and it was too noisy to even talk at the table.
Our waitress really made the evening, I am so sorry I don't remember her name. The kitchen was backed up on our salmon entrees and she was amazing keeping us informed, attending to beverages, etc.. Sitting upstairs the noise level isn't to loud to be able to have a conversation. The food is good with a menu with options for everyone and the beer is great.
Restaurant/Bar looks very nice. Ambience good. Service good. Large portions of food but served barely warm and unappetising. Tasted a little like it had been made some time previous and then there had been a poor attempt to add some heat to it. I wouldn't recommend for food but drinks maybe.
The ambiance is cool - rustic romantic and kid friendly, with an on-site brewery visible from the main dining area. A toy train runs on a track above diner's heads which is fun for kids and grown ups alike. The food was totally average though - we had a hawaiian pizza which was ok, not great, and the fettucine bolognese which we could have cooked better at home. One diner in our group had the chicken burger which was delicious, but one out of four ain't great.
In a pinch, we'd go back, but I wouldn't recommend it.
Spend quite a bit of time in Whistler. I think this is the best place for a casual meal in Whistler. Building has lots of character (pub side with open fire place, pool table and lots of HD TV's for sports viewing) and restaurant side with soaring ceilings and ski chalet atmosphere. Good bar on restaurant side as well. As the name says, they brew their own beer which is excellent (love the Alta Lake Ale). Food is consistently good here for a casual restaurant - thin-crust stone oven baked pizza is my particular favorite. Nice large patio in summer as well.
Had made a reservation thinking our late arrival in town might make it hard to get a table. We arrived 15 minutes early and were seated promptly. We love the variety on the menu and between the 4 of us tried salmon chowder (yum!), pizza (awesome!), fish tacos (really good) and Mac 'n Cheese (wow!). The service was attentive enough to be rated good. They were fairly busy but a few more stops with the coffe pot and to clear dishes would have upped the rating. It's not the the staff weren't passing our table, they just didn't seem to see what was needed.
We had a large group that was originally split up, but due to some of our party cancelling, we were able to sit together. The servers were friendly and efficient. The food was okay... we were told the burgers were made in-house; however, they did not taste as if they were- a definite let down with the burgers. Others had different menu items which everybody deemed as "okay". The best thing at our table was the pizza and steak poutine. We didn't complain because the food wasn't awful, just okay and a little disappointing.
We waited 30 plus minutes for our drink order to be taken. Our server was flirting at another table to the point we felt the need to interrupt him and ask for service. He laughed it off and continued to be slow ( 15 minutes for water request). Overall the bad service ruined the experience. The food was good! I am sure it would have been better with a second drink!
Great place for groups and families! Fast service, diverse menu, great beer, and good value on the kids menu. Staff was happy to accommodate our customizations to dishes, and did so accurately and with a smile! Been 3 times, never disappointed, will return again.
The Brewhouse is located in Village North right near the Olympic Plaza - convenient place to stop and eat after letting the kids burn some energy at the playground or some hiking/cycling in the trails. Our server was very attentive and friendly and the food was good. Their Caesars are delicious! They have a good menu for kids as well, with good food and not just the typical "kiddie food" - my kid's burger looked wholesome and delicious!
It was extremely noisy and our 8:30 reservation was not seated till 9 PM. They seated next to a stag?? Very Poor service to do that. Why do you allow stags in the main part of the restaurant as there were small children at a table next to us. Very inappropriate. Our waiter from Scotland was great and repeatedly apologized for the incredible noise that was just way over the top.
Never eating at your place again and will have to stop recommending it to my many friends.
We were referred to the Brew House and we were not disappointed. To begin with, there was reasonably priced public parking underneath the Brew House. The service was exceptional. The food was excellent, with large portions. Although we ate inside, their is outside dining available. We noticed several families with children. All in all, I would heartily recommend the Bre House to anyone looking for a great place to eat at Whistler.
Like the title says the food and beer were great good beer selection and the pizza was very tasty. Service was alright once we got it. Me and my girlfriend sat for 20 min before being handed a menu or asked if we wanted a drink. The waiter and waitress did not know what area they were covering. It felt like the big groups had service before the smaller groups. It was either that or the place was serverly under staffed for a sunday night on a May long weekend. The place is huge
We had a great evening at the Brew House! Rotisserie Half Chickens were a delight but we had no complaints for those that chose salmon or steaks or ribs. For those adults who wished to taste the beer, we were not disappointed. The IPA was strong but excellent. Service was just about right with Michael helping us with the menu and happy to tweak if necessary - always on hand to fill our drinks. A great night was had by all.
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