Heading up to Whistler for some skiing or mountain adventures? You’re sure to want some fuel beforehand, so here’s our guide to the best coffee shops in Whistler!
Mount Currie Coffee Co
Originally opened in 2007 in Pemberton, Mount Currie Coffee opened their second location in Whistler Village in 2012. Locally owned and operated, it is a small shop without any seating, but offers a great selection of coffee, baked goods, and sandwiches. Plus, they often showcase and sell local artisan goods. If you’re up early setting out on an adventure, pop into Mount Currie Coffee for the kickstart to a great day.
Lift Coffee Co
Located just steps from the Whistler Gondola you’ll find Lift Coffee Co. Its location, coffee selection, and tasty breakfast and lunch menu make it a great place to take a break from the slopes. Plus, with plenty of space, it’s a great place to pull up a table with friends, get some work done, or just people watch in the village.
The Bunker Cafe
Tucked away on the lower level of the Nester’s plaza, is a charming coffee shop called The Bunker Cafe. This quaint little bakery has an outstanding selection of house-made pastries, sandwiches, breads, and of course coffees. The aptly named “Bunker” is bit of a hidden gem but a popular spot for Nesters area residents. Pop in first thing for a fresh croissant and an Americano – no better way to start the day!
Like sourdough? Then you’ll love BReD. A 100% organic sourdough bakery and cafe located in Creekside, there’s no better place to grab a coffee and a baked good before heading up the Creekside Gondola. While you really can’t go wrong with anything in their display case, their sourdough cinnamon buns are a must-try. Although I’ve never met a cinnamon bun I didn’t like, the ones from BReD are something special.
Camp Lifestyle & Coffee Co
A popular post-ride spot for cyclists and mountain bikers, Camp is a large coffee shop and retail store. In addition to a competitive selection of coffees and baked goods, Camp has a great selection of home goods and gifts, sourced from local and sustainable producers. While there isn’t much seating inside, there are a few seats outside to hang out and enjoy your post-ride treats.
Just around the corner from Camp is local coffee roaster Forecast Coffee. In addition to roasting their own beans, Forecast offers a wide selection of coffee and bites for Function Junction goers in search of a pick me up. Housed within the cafe is a small grocery with a basic selection of fresh, frozen, and pantry items.