- Excellent value for money
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Dinner included
- Small-group tour
Your professional and passionate foodie tour guide will meet you at a designated spot and lead you to your first stop, the famous Bearfoot Bistro. This bistro is home to not only Canada’s 2008 top chef, Melissa Craig, but also to a record-breaking 15,000-bottle wine cellar. In the cellar, learn how to saber a bottle of Champagne like a pro (in other words, open the bottle with a sword!). Napoleon started the tradition of opening Champagne with a saber in the late 1700s, and your host will teach you how to do it so you can impress at your next dinner party.
From here, make your way to an upscale steakhouse for the evening's select course, plus a blind wine-tasting seminar where you'll find out just how good your palate is. Then head to a warm, inviting Italian eatery for your main course. This restaurant continually wows critics and diners alike, and it always offers a delectable meat, seafood and vegetarian option from which you can choose.
After enjoying the savory portion of your evening, move on to the sweet finale. Stop at Roger's Chocolates for a taste of the icewine truffles, a local favorite, and then finish your tour with the chef's choice seasonal dessert at a casual, chic lounge.
To make this evening even more special, upgrade to include wine pairings, which include a 3-ounce (90-ml) glass of sparkling wine (from the bottle opened during the sabering lesson), a 3-ounce glass of either red or white wine at the next two restaurants, and a 1-ounce (30-ml) glass of BC's famous icewine at the last restaurant. Additional wine, beer and cocktails are available for purchase throughout the tour.
Open ticket - tour can be taken on any day during your visit!
See sample schedule and menu in the Itinerary section below.
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Please note: From December 17th to January 2nd, the tour will depart at 4:15pm (arrive promptly at 4:05pm for check-in)
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Dinner tour (food only); wine, beer and cocktails can be purchased throughout the tour
USD $93.74Pricing details
Dinner Tour with Wine Pairings
Dinner tour with wine pairings; 3oz glass of sparkling wine, two 3oz glasses of red or white wine and a 1oz glass of BC's famous icewine are included
USD $116.81Pricing details
- 4-hour fine dining dinner tour in Whistler
- 4 full courses
- Wine pairing (if option selected)
- Professional, local guide
- Gratuities for all servers
- Alcoholic drinks (unless specified)
- Gratuities for tour guide (optional)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 5 days of travel. In this case confirmation will be received within 48 hours, subject to availability
- Adult pricing applies to all travelers
- Moderate amount of easy walking
- Must be 19 to drink alcohol
- Wine and beverages can be purchased throughout the tour
- Main course is served at approximately 6pm (winter) and 6:30pm (summer)
- Open ticket - tour can be taken on any day during your visit!
Bearfoot Bistro: Amuse-bouche plate from Melissa Craig, Canada's best chef in 2008, with wine cellar tour and Champagne-sabering lesson
Hy’s Steakhouse: Cajun crusted blackened ahi tuna with blind wine tasting seminar
Quattro: Veal or wild salmon main course sided with restaurant signature pasta
Rogers' Chocolates: Icewine Truffle
FireRock Lounge, Mix Lounge or Flipside Lounge: Chef's choice of seasonal dessert
If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee.
If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
Reviewed by: mistya4395, June 2016
This was a great tour with delicious food at every stop. Luke was a great tour guide. I added the wine pairing and glad i did. Definitely worth the money.
Reviewed by: Lawrence B, June 2016
We ended up having a private tour with our guide Christy. Our food was delicious and it was fun to sample different restaurants, we particularly enjoyed our main course at Quatros. Christy was very knowledgeable about Whistler and gave us tips for the rest of our stay.