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There's a good sushi joint but can't remember name. Great huh, so helpful...

edit: more of a nice Japanese restaurant than sushi joint.

It could be this place > http://www.kazesushiwhistler.com/index.htm

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1 Burrito and 3 Coronas at the longhorn
What kind of burrito? Chicken, steak, bean & cheese?
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Splitz Burger yo > Splitz Grill - Directions, map and 3 steps - Whistler

Not fancy but does the damage
^^This place f'ing wins.

Nachos at Merlin's are awesome for après.

If you're looking a fancy pants dinner, Ric's was pretty good. Went there a couple weekends ago for the first time.

Definitely some late night drunken putine at Zogs (cash only).

The Brewhouse used to be awesome for dinner and drinks, but the last few times I've been up there, they've turned the bar into damn DJ dance club.

If you're into sushi, Sushi Village was been pretty good to me.
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^^This place f'ing wins.


Yeh, SEE! I win this thread.

Blah blah burgers not healthy. Whateva
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Last time I went to Splitz, my buddy created this amazingness:

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Woooo!

Good salad content too
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Sushi Village!
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Woooo!

Good salad content too
Yeah, who says burgers are unhealthy? Ya got yer vegetables, ya got yer roughage, ya got yer grains, ya got yer protein. Two Corona in the other hand and you've got a balanced diet. Looking at that burger, maybe three.


Error 404. Coffee not found.
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I'm not sure where it is because I was to young at the time, but Dad said there is a place just across a bridge? remember it being like a bar/grill and OMFG the ribs at that place were amazing... A place I will be looking for when I'm there this year... Just hope it is still there and hold up to the expectations I remember haha
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Zogs Dogs!! End of thread

In all seriousness, my après ski experience is more focused on some tasty brews so I don't really know much about the food. Long Horns is a zoo so if that's what you like that is the place to be. I like GLC, and have been there for dinner/drinks a few times as well, but I'm a burger type of guy so I can't speak to the "healthy" food options. I like Dublin’s Gate for apre ski because it has a good atmosphere but isn’t as packed as Long Horns…again, I’ve never had anything but bar food like potato skins and junk like that.

If you can break your healthy rules for a bit, I swear the chili cheese fries at the lodge mid-mountain is the best thing I’ve ever had. Maybe it was because I was starving after 4 hours of knee deep powder, but still mighty tasty!
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