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04-07-2014 01:21 PM
thatkidwho At whistler checkout the furniture factory everything is $5
04-07-2014 01:15 PM
F1EA
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Originally Posted by irrballsac View Post
More south than Midwest. Nashville tn to be exact. I'm the chef de cuisine at a steakhouse named kayne prime, and was formerly sous chef at an upscale raw bar/ seafood place called fish & co. I know my way around food am not afraid to eat, or pay good money for it. I just want it to be worth it.
nice! so when's the BBQ?

Well, if you like cruising... the trip from Vancouver to Whistler (Sea to Sky highway) is beautiful. Also, lots of international food options to eat in Vancouver, especially sushi. Pretty much infinite choices. I've heard Seattle is really good too.

Craft beer too. Lots of BC breweries and international beers. No beer at supermarkets though, so you gotta find a liquor store.

I really want to do a Seattle, Oregon etc road trip soon. It's battling with interior BC for this yr's summer trip......
04-07-2014 12:22 PM
thatkidwho Samurai noodle has good ramen. Hanahs has good cheap sushi. Jaks for steak. Dicks for greasy burgers.
04-07-2014 11:38 AM
irrballsac
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iirc ur from the midwest....eat fresh seafood...like clams, oysters, dungeness crab, halibut, salmon, ahi and etc. also lots of fresh micro brews around. if u go to vancouver...sushi
More south than Midwest. Nashville tn to be exact. I'm the chef de cuisine at a steakhouse named kayne prime, and was formerly sous chef at an upscale raw bar/ seafood place called fish & co. I know my way around food am not afraid to eat, or pay good money for it. I just want it to be worth it.
04-07-2014 03:59 AM
wrathfuldeity iirc ur from the midwest....eat fresh seafood...like clams, oysters, dungeness crab, halibut, salmon, ahi and etc. also lots of fresh micro brews around. if u go to vancouver...sushi
04-06-2014 08:56 PM
irrballsac Any great places I should eat/ visit? Must sees in particular...
04-06-2014 12:44 AM
thatkidwho 5 hours maybe if very heavy traffic and bad driving conditions. Did the trip in February, 3.5 hours
04-06-2014 12:42 AM
irrballsac
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Nope, it starts on the 11th...

Don't forget that Goretex and flat light lenses
Haha not forgotten. I did however manage to forget my ps3 to keep me entertained after the mountain. Whoops.
04-06-2014 12:39 AM
jtg Eh, Whistler is definitely more than 2 hours from the border, especially with traffic. If coming from Seattle, you're looking at about 5 hours.
04-05-2014 09:58 PM
F1EA Nope, it starts on the 11th...

Don't forget that Goretex and flat light lenses
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