Start praying now for dry conditions and hopefully god comes through.
Theres lots of places in the village to eat and for the most part most of them are decent. It gets really crowded there so expect to wait for tables.
The mountains are massive and the runs are beyond overwhelming so unless you're only there for a day im sure you'll have a fun time just riding all over.
We also found a pretty sweet massage place(legit unfortunately) thats above the cigar shop near the earls. It was something like $80 for 90 minutes and totally worth it after a long day of riding. The ad in the whistler paper makes it seem like a typical RT place and the location and set up would lead you to think so but nothing happened and nothing was offered for our group lol