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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 email@example.com 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
The restaurant was very busy but we were seated right away and had very good service. Good selection of food for adults and kids. Very good fish and chips according to one diner who can't resist them if they are on the menu.Great selection of cf craft beers. Noise level was moderate but able to carry on a conversation
The food we ordered was super boring. The burger was recommended by the server, but it was really disappointing. The bun wasn't toasted...even McDonald's and Wendy's have better buns. The food took forever to arrive and the service, in general, was lacking. Just not a good experience.
Open Table makes reservation booking easy. It was a birthday dinner for Opa (grandfather) and it's the first time I used Open Table to book at Brewhouse. I filled out the details and special request section online and Brewhouse did not disappoint. Brewhouse kindly offered a complimentary dessert of choice with a candle, singing of the 'Happy Birthday Song' and a surprise confetti canon which made the evening extra special. I would definitely recommend Brewhouse for any special occasions, as they can accommodate large groups. Food is fantastic and enjoyed by both adults and kids. The Poutine is a must try!
Had our Thanksgiving Sunday turkey dinner, quoted and advertised online at $24.99 and billed at $25.99. We ordered 3 items, 2 turkey and 1 child meal. We watched as our food arrived and was served... to another table. We saw the wait staff puzzling over the extra child's meal which the table did not order. Watched them return the child meal. The woman who took our order was not the same two which delivered the food.
The child meal was $9.99 plus extra for a drink, and extra for dessert. The turkey special was good, not enough gravy, and when I requested dark meat, I was told by my waitress that the dark meat is under the white meat. I didn't realize the food was being produced by a factory and could not be changed to the customer's wishes.
This was much better than the other whistler family fare we found--a fun train to look at for the kids and decent food for all. Delicious matzo ball soup (could have used another matzo ball) and mediocre pizza but good service and not terribly overpriced or overcrowded.
We booked this reservation for a group dinner after the GranFondo. We needed a spot that was kid-friendly and would take a reservation. The food was good, the beer was great! The only downfall was that they seemed to place all the groups/parties on the upstairs level which was very hot and very noisy. We'll be back for sure!
A group of 12 of us came by after the Fondo. Great location for that. I thought the beers on tap selection was basic and tasty but a bit short. In today's day and age, a few more taps is the norm. I thought our service person was unfriendly. Not sure why people like that are in the service business. Maybe a smile or two?? I will definitely come back, the ambience, food quality, service time (i.e. how long it took from ordering to get the food) and the beer made up for the service person (maybe she was having a bad day).
Went with our two boys - was put at a table right away but in a really windy spot. We asked to move and they did so right away. Food was not good - poutine fries stale and pizza not good. Kids menu expensive - they charge extra for a drink and the ice cream. Wouldn't recommend to anyone.
Went for lunch. They have their own brews but unfortunately their keg for the award winning IPA was not working:( The second choice was good. We had the poutine which was light on the gravy but when asked the waitress quickly brought more. My wife had the salmon burger which she loved. I had the squid special which was good. No complaints on the food and the waitress was attentive. We watched as she waited on a table with kids and was patient and helpful. Nice to see that. Would definitely stop here again.
I hate writing bad reviews, but this place was horrible. The food was bad to start with, and then the beer glass that I was served had a crack all the way down the side. The server didn't seem to care about the poor food quality or the bad glassware. I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone.
Soup and green beans so salty it was inedible. Chicken drowning in BBQ sauce. Salmon cooked in tons of oil. Ordered kids meals right when we walked in, but they came 10 minutes after all the other food. Maybe an off night as we liked it last year. Nice atmosphere and in theory a good place for kids.
This reaturant is great for groups, they have large round tables where it feels like everyone can talk and no one gets left out. The Olympic Rigs are located just outside the restaurant and it is nice because the kids can run around outside and you can have adult time AND still keep an eye on the kids.
After reading some reviews, we made a reservation and went early. The beer is good, and the food was good. I also went for fried food, so it would be done. The rotisserie chicken wasn't even near done (at 5pm), so we steered clear from it. The oil used for the coleslaw was a little rank... beer might be 'fresh,' but not everything. Still, the beer, ambience and closeness to where we stayed, AWESOME, we're going to go again.
We booked our reservation about a month and a half in advance. (You probably don't need to do this because we checked open table and they had a few open slots on the day of our reservation.) Anyhow, our service was good even though our waitress brought out our appetizers at the same time as our entrees. All of our food was good. It is by no means a fancy restaurant. Very casual atmosphere. It isn't as expensive as many other area restaurants. It would make a great lunch spot as well.
We arrived at 705pm for a 730pm reservation for 9, table not ready so went to the bar - sat down at 735pm. 3 of 9 people ordered Jambalaya - waitress advised no longer available. This is 730pm not 930!!!!!!! Not pleased. Waitress also informed us that food orders were a minimum of a 45 minute wait. Waitress did advise that we could order a pizza for an appetizer that were coming out sooner - which we did. All orders including the appetizers all arrived at the same time. Disappointing experience - Waitress was great!
We waited over an hour for our food. Had to ask to see the manager - he told us that he knew the kitchen dropped the ball. Food arrived at different times. Pizza burnt to a crisp. Service not taken seriously. We visit Whistler regularly and this is the worst we have ever experienced at a Whistler restaurant - never again.
This is a gem in the village -- really a perfect way to end a ski day. Decor is quite nice, service was friendly and capable and the food quite good. Our server was great and made us feel welcome. We were there on Boxing day and things were quite busy -- but service was excellent and we never felt rushed.
The restaurant is located right in the heart of Blackcomb --very convenient -- not located where google maps shows it!
Bustling restaurant in a prime location in the Upper Village, near the Olympic rings. The lodge-like ambience is fun, it has plenty of tables to accommodate large groups and we enjoyed their beer selection. Reservations are easy, I was able to get a table for eight through Open Table the day before my arrival on 12/26. We arrived early, and although the table was not ready the hostesses were really friendly and let us know they would fetch us from the bar. I personally don't expect spectacular food during my stays in Whistler--in my mind it's not a foodie destination--so the food met my expectations and everyone was happy with their meal. We tried the pizzas, poutine and burgers. Shout out to our server--Gary, from Scotland--he was awesome!
We were seated promptly, the server was friendly and helpful, the brewhouse has a great open space providing great ambiance, but the food, although good, is overpriced compared to similar restaurants in Whistler. This is a good place for larger groups and there is a sizable bar section as well.
The restaurant has a nice ambiance, but the service is terrible. For starters it took forever to get our drink orders in, then when we got the bottle of wine and tried it we didn't really care for it. It tasted very acidic (maybe a little bit off). We told our server, so we went and tried a bit and said it was fine. We were starving when we came in, so we ordered as quickly as we could, but it took almost an hour for our food to come. After he cleared the table, we wanted more drinks but we didn't see our server for half an hour -- maybe he went on a break? Who know. So, we decided to get the bill which took even longer. I rarely ever don't tip, but I had to make an exception since the service and food weren't up to par.
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