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Open 3pm-9pm daily throughout the winter and situated at the incredible Nicklaus North Golf Course - everyone welcome! Happy Hour daily from 3pm-5pm with 1/2 price pizzas and great beer and wine specials.
Only three minutes north of the village - come as you are. Free parking.
Learn more at: https://www.nitalakelodge.com/dining/the-den
- MHMichaelHKansas City / Kansas •1 review5.0Dined 1 day agoWe celebrated our anniversary at Earls and had an outstanding experience overall. They wrote a anniversary card which was on our table and served us complimentary Prosecco. The food was outstanding and our server, Ben, was a true professional and very attentive.More infoEarls Kitchen + Bar - Whistler$$$$Price: Expensive• American• Whistler Village•4.5
- AWAnitaWVancouver / British Columbia •6 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoWe usually go to Hys for dinner but this time we went for the 4 pm happy hour. 90 minutes of classics ( Caesar salad, oysters) and great drinks on offer. Sat at the bar and chatted with locals. Had a great evening.More infoHy's Steakhouse Whistler$$$$Price: Expensive• Steak• Whistler Village North•4.7
- MMMichelleMBrisbane •3 reviews5.0Dined 5 days agoWild Blue was even better than we’d expected. We walked away having had a great evening with the restaurant ticking all boxes, exceptional food, great service and beautiful atmosphere. It’s important to book, as there were many people waiting and hoping to get a table and it would be a shame to miss out on a great evening at this restaurant.More infoWild Blue Restaurant + Bar$$$$Price: Very Expensive• Seafood• Whistler Village•4.9
- OTOpenTable DinerSan Francisco Bay Area •1 review5.0Dined on Feb 15, 2024My wife and I went to The Den for Valentines dinner. We were informed a few days after making the reservation that there would be a fixed menu with a fixed price. That wasn’t our idea of a nice dinner experience, but we decided to go ahead with our plans anyway, and we’re very glad we did! Great experience, every course was amazing, great service. Highly recommend!More infoThe Den at Nita Lake Lodge$$$$Price: Very Expensive• Regional American (Northwest)• Whistler Creekside•4
- IIrinavipChicago / Illinois •12 reviews5.0Dined on Dec 26, 2023Outstanding service and great food. Amy took time and explained the menu, recommended good drinks. We tried the burgers, chicken wings, burrata salad. Everything was great. Their ice cream is the best!More infoCure Lounge & Patio$$$$Price: Moderate• Contemporary Canadian• Whistler Creekside•3.3
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