Start Your Day Off Right with Whistler's Best Breakfast

They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and when you're in Whistler, (about two hours from Vancouver) your body will likely agree. Whether you're hitting the slopes, racing down bike trails, or taking to one of the local rivers, starting your day with a solid meal is key.

When you've got the time to kick back, relax, and soak up breakfast, head to Stonesedge Kitchen for comforting and nourishing meals. The space itself is incredibly beautiful and it doesn't stop there–the food is excellent!

While Whistler is known for the great outdoors, its also known as a great place to party. When you're in need of a little sustenance after a night out, there's nothing better than a hearty breakfast at Southside Diner.

For something quick and casual, head to Purebread. All you need to do is follow your nose and you'll find this decadent bakery. While the display is jaw-dropping and the smells are incredible, the flavor of these buttery baked goods are next level. It's easily Whistler's best bakery.

Whether you're looking for something fancy or casual, you'll enjoy waking up to these spots.

If your morning breakfast isn't complete without a solid cup of coffee, you'll want to head to Mount Currie Coffee Co. These self-confessed coffee geeks are an independently owned and operated coffee shop where an awesome cup of coffee is as...  Read More

Located in the Chateau Fairmont Whistler, this casual family-friendly restaurant is a great place to come and grab something quick and tasty before heading out on the slopes. That being said, if you've got time to eat-in and enjoy a leisurely...  Read More

Wild Wood is a local favorite and after a visit, it's not hard to see why. Breakfast is served from 7am-3pm every day, and it covers all the bases. The menu is broken up into a handful of different sections and there really is something for...  Read More

Follow the scent of buttery baked goods and make your way to Purebread in Whistler Village. The rich smell is enough to entice you to come inside, but even that doesn't really quite prepare you for what you're about to experience. When you...  Read More

The Four Seasons' Sidecut Restaurant has a fresh approach to "mountain lodge decor". There's stone, leather and wood in abundance throughout the space, but the accents of vibrant mosaic tiles and a rich color palette add a liveliness to the...  Read More

Crêpe Montagne's alpine vibe is almost as appealing as its food! Since opening in 1997, the restaurant has managed to win plenty of fans who come for their crêpes. And really, what's not to like about these thin, delicate little pancakes that...  Read More


Located in the Great Hall of the Chateau Fairmont Whistler, Wildflower specializes in contemporary French cuisine and makes the most of the region's best products.If you're looking to host a special breakfast, Wildflower has a luxurious private...  Read More

Located in Whistler's Creekside, the Southside Diner is a popular spot amongst locals and visitors. This casual eatery is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It's the perfect spot to unwind after a day on the hills, or to fuel up before...  Read More

Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Elements Urban Tapas Parlour is a local favorite any time of day. The open kitchen gives diners a sneak peek into the action and the warm atmosphere provides a neighborly feel. This locally-inspired...  Read More

The philosophy at Stonesedge Kitchen's is that food should be nourishing and indulgent so comforting dishes are made with the best ingredients. Much like their philosophy on food, the decor is also a balance. You'll find rustic pieces juxtaposed...  Read More


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