Purebread: Village Stroll & Function Junction, Whistler
Starting out with their tiny bakery in Function Junction, Purebread has risen to legendary status with locals and visitors, alike. Purebread is notorious for baking delicious goods you just can’t say no to, and their family has now grown significantly to include a flagship store on the Whistler Village Stroll, their original Function Junction bakery, and stalls at 7 farmers markets. People have literally stopped in the middle of Highway 99 to pull over and ask me where Purebread is. It’s just that good.
Must-try breakfast for those with a sweet tooth: Nutella Brioche, Almond Croissant or the Lavender Earl Grey Scone
Must-try breakfast for those who find themselves between breakfast and lunch: Grilled 3 cheese sandwich with bacon jam
Where: On the village stroll near the Olympic Rings, CIBC and David’s Tea. Location is on the map below.
EightyOne: Summit Lodge, Main Street, Whistler
Independently owned and part cafe, part co-working space, EightyOne is the newest addition to the Summit Lodge family. Stop by everyday from 7.30am for a selection of delicious breakfast, lunch, and snack plates all made on-site and from locally sourced and produced ingredients. They have a selection of vegan and vegetarian food and even the tables were made just up the road in Pemberton.
Must-try breakfast for those with a sweet tooth: Coconut berry bowl with fresh Bows & Arrows coffee
Must-try breakfast for those who find themselves between breakfast and lunch: Prosciutto, arugula, pepper jack cheese, and apple sandwich on local rustic Italian bread.
Where: On Main Street in the Summit Lodge building on the corner opposite Can Ski.
Mount Currie Coffee Co: Main Street, Whistler
I’m considering adopting a new hashtag, #MadeOfAwesome, for every time I visit Mount Currie Coffee Company. Started in Pemberton (40 mins north of Whistler) in 2007, by coffee geeks and mountain lovers, their obsession with making the best coffee helped them grow a core following of loyal fans from all over the Sea to Sky Corridor. And, after much demand, they opened a second location on Whistler’s Main Street in December 2012.
Must-try breakfast for those who love anything with salsa and sour cream for breakfast: Chorizo Breakfast Burrito
Must-try breakfast for those looking for a vegan breakfast snack: Vegan Oat Fudge Bar
Where: On Main Street next to Pizzeria Antico and Splitz Grill. Location is on the map below.
Alpine Cafe: Mckeevers Pl, Whistler
Homemade breads and soups, baked goods, cooked breakfasts, hearty lunches, dinner specials and a full range of organic coffee, Alpine Cafe is the product of over 40 years of eclectic culinary travel and experience by Chef’s Martini Bart and Kevin Wood. Their love for creativity in their food and in the community has now also made the little cafe home to Dr Sketchy’s Anti-Arts School Drawing Classes – a combination of life drawing and cabaret held on the third Wednesday of every month.
Must-try breakfast for those heading out for a day of adventure: Morning Glory Muffin
Must-try breakfast for those who might have to skip lunch: Mexican Hash to-go (try adding chorizo)
Where: 7 minute drive north of Whistler village on Highway 99. Near Niklaus North Golf Club and Edgewater Cafe. Location is on the map below.
The Green Moustache: Main Street, Whistler
The Green Moustache is not just a cafe it’s a revolution. Owner Nicolette Richer is a well respected Cancer & Chronic Disease Consultant whose vision for the cafe is a community space that brings together people who are passionate about sharing ideas in health, wellbeing, healing and self-education.
Must-try breakfast for those who love starting the day with a healthy kick: Hook smoothie or Dr G’s juice with a shot of wheatgrass
Must-try breakfast for those who really appreciate a heart-warming bowl of goodness: Gracious Grain Oatmeal
Where: On Main Street next-door to Can Ski and Starbucks, and opposite Blenz. Location is on the map below.
The Fix @ Nita Lake Lodge: Lake Placid Road, Whistler
Everything at this Creekside local’s favourite is made in-house; the ice cream, the pastries, the bread, and even the dog treats. They open at 6am for the early birds, so you can stock up on ready-made breakfast, lunches and snacks for your Whistler adventures.
Must-try breakfast for those who cannot eat gluten: Flourless Chocolate Chip Banana Muffin or the Flourless Carrot Muffin
Must-try breakfast for those who love freshly made pastries that are still warm: Chocolate Croissant or the Bacon Cheddar Turnover
Where: 10 minutes south of Whistler village in Creekside. The cafe is in the Nita Lake Lodge near Alpha Lake park. Location is also on the map below.
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