The Best Grab and Go Lunches in Whistler

May 17, 2018
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During the summer months in Whistler, weekends and weekdays alike are abuzz with exciting excursions as locals and tourists dive deep into mountain biking, hiking, and kayaking, to name a few.

In the midst of all that activity, it’s important to stay well nourished and fuelled up for the next adventure on the list, which is why we’ve curated the best places for “Grab and Go” lunches in and around Whistler—bon appétit!


Fresh-baked home of the mogul muffin, Mogul’s Coffeehouse located at Village Square serves up great coffee, baked goods and light meals that you can take with you wherever you’re going!

Moguls Coffee Whistler customer

Green Moustache

You might be familiar with The Green Moustache as they have a few locations in the Sea to Sky and B.C. area. Located in Whistler Village on Lorimer Rd., this is a great go-to spot for healthy, nutrient rich food that’s as good for you as it is tasty. Hit it up for a mid-day snack and choose from their wide variety of bowls, smoothies, cold-pressed juices, salads and more.

green moustache


If you’ve got a sweet tooth or a craving for something savoury, Purebread is known for their delicious offerings of bread, cakes, savouries, hot drinks and any kind of baked treat you can imagine. With locations at Whistler Village and Function Junction, this place is a don’t-miss when it comes to grab-and-go lunches.


Alpine Café

Open since 2004, Alpine Café is located near Alpine Meadows, and they have a quality menu that covers breakfast, lunch and dinner. From eggs benny to the breakfast burrito, veggie lasagna to the Canuck burger as well as smoothies and coffees, Alpine is the perfect in-and-out joint for any time of day as they’re usually open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.


Fat Tony’s

Fat Tony’s is a hot spot serving up hot pies for locals and visitors of Whistler. With two locations in the area, you can get freshly made pizza with sesame seed crust, innovative toppings and dough that’s made in-house, any time—on your way back from the trails or en route to the next destination.

Fat Tony's
Poutine isn’t your thing? Try Fat Tony’s for a slab–$3.50 per.

Main St. Noodles

For those looking for something different from the regular breakfast sandwich and coffee combo, Main St. Noodles offers a great selection of pad thai, satay, curry and more. If you’re really in a hurry, you can order online and arrange for pick up to save time.

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Zog’s Dogs

With a little bit of everything, from gourmet poutine to fish and chips, Zogs is the perfect place to grab food when you’re on the go. It’s a small, self-serve spot that’s affordable—and not a bad late-night option either!


For more info on more of our favourite Whistler spots, get in touch with one of our local Realtors!

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