Squamish has been seeing a population boom for the past several years and there’s a good reason. It’s a beautiful city with plenty of activities for the outdoor adventure enthusiast.
But what about after the adventure is over? If you want to relax with some good food and drink, can Squamish deliver? Let’s look at some of the best Squamish restaurants to find out.
Sunny Chibas Mexican Cantina
Sunny Chibas serves up fresh Mexican food using the best local ingredients. Whether you’re in the mood for poutine with a Mexican twist, tacos, or fried chicken, you’ll be glad you stopped here after your adventure.
Sunny Chibas’ Yelp reviews back up the quality of their food. Comments like “The best Mexican food in BC!” and “Biggest burrito I’ve ever seen” tell you all you need to know.
Northyards Cider Co.
Before Squamish was known for its amazing outdoor activities, it was a logging town on the coast of BC. The railway that ran through the Northyards connected it with the rest of Canada.
Those days are long gone but the Northyards Cider Co. has grown out of the memories of the old railroad. Their cider, crafted from local BC apples, is well-known in Squamish but it’s only the beginning. They’ve got a great selection of unique food on the menu that pairs great with their craft ciders to make it one of the best places to eat in Squamish.
Sky Pilot Eatery at the Sea to Sky Gondola
The Sea to Sky Gondola is the gateway to several adventures in Squamish. After the ride up to the summit, you can take in the Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge, interpretive walking trails, and soon the elevated tree walk that’s expected to open in 2020.
The Sky Pilot Eatery is at the center of the Summit Lodge and offers a wide range of food options that will please everyone, young and old. They offer a range of specialty items to suit any diet, including gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan options.
Dining at Pepe’s Chophouse is a premium casual dining experience. Perfect for the whole family or a romantic evening out. Every ingredient on the menu is hand chosen and cooked to perfection. They offer a wide range of classic and modern appetizers and accompaniments make choosing difficult, but satisfaction is guaranteed. Serving up great meals since 2004, Pepes is a must stop for your apres adventure.
Sea to Sky Restaurant at Furry Creek
Furry Creek Golf and Country Club is one of the jewels of the Sea to Sky corridor connecting Vancouver and Whistler. The Sea to Sky Restaurant offers fantastic West Coast cuisine with views that make it clear why it’s called “Sea to Sky” country.
The restaurant sits on the 18th green and offers gorgeous views of Howe Sound over the lush green treetops. Watch golfers finish their day after you’ve finished yours through the floor-to-ceiling windows or from the outdoor patio.
Norman Rudy’s at The Executive Suites Hotel & Resort is one of the top-rated places to stay in Squamish and Norman Rudy’s is part of its charm. It’s named after Norman and Rudy, two local rescue dogs that brought a lot of joy to their families. That attitude infuses everything at Norman Rudy’s.
Whether you’re in the mood for brunch before you head out on the day’s adventure or you want to relax and enjoy some good food and drink at the end of your day, Norman Rudy’s invites you to come, sit, and stay.
You’ll Find Squamish Restaurants to Satisfy Almost Any Craving
These are some of our top choices for Squamish restaurants but they’re only scratching the surface of what’s available. The days of Squamish being a gas stop on the way to Whistler are long gone. It offers plenty of activities and apres-adventure options to keep you busy.
If you’re planning to visit Squamish, you’ll find adventure at any time of the year. The Squamish Adventure website has all the details you need to find the best winter adventures or summer adventures so be sure to check out the rest of our site.
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