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Where to Eat in Whistler: Breakfast Edition


You’re in luck. We’re here to deliver the most critical information you’ll need to start each day of your vacation off right: the ultimate guide to the best Whistler breakfast hotspots. 

Trust us: We’ve eaten breakfast all across our home town and know what we’re talking about. We’ve got tons of Whistler tips.

So, whether you’re looking for a light snack to fuel a full day of Whistler activities or a large breakfast to help you recover from your nightlife adventures, we’ve got you covered.

Whistler Village Breakfast Lowdown

If you’re looking for a spot smack-dab in the heart of the Village Stroll, we’ve got a few places that are a leisurely walk to a yummy breakfast!

Gone Village Eatery

Plate of breakfast foods, gone Village eatery, Whistler

Healthy, hearty, what could be better?

  • 4205 Village Square, Whistler, BC
  • $$

This little coffee shop and café combo is smack dab in the middle of Village Square, and it’s almost too good to be true. 

Take a few steps from your hotel towards Gone Village Eatery and you’re moments away from scarfing down delicious breakfast staples like eggs benedict, organic teas, coffees, and pastries!

There is one caveat, however: With this fantastic location and delicious food, you’re liable to have to wait in line. So make sure you get there before the crowd – the locals love it!

Wildwood Cafe – Function Junction

  • 1085 Millar Creek Road, Whistler, BC
  • $$

This is one of our favourite spots to eat – especially for breakfast. Located a little farther out of town, Wildwood Cafe is worth the drive. 

With their giant serving sizes and delicious signature breakfast options like Eggs Rockefeller or the Jumbo (think eggs, pancakes, bacon, and French toast), you won’t be left hungry. 

This casual eatery will set you back about  $9-13 per person and is open for business early, around 7 am, giving you plenty of time to enjoy your breakfast and make the most of your day.

Stonesedge Kitchen

a breakfast setting at the Stones Edge

One of the classier breakfast options in Whistler, the Stone’s edge

  • 4122 Village Green, Whistler, BC
  • $$$

This delightful kitchen is the ultimate comfort food provider, aiming to nourish your body and your soul. 

Stonesedge Kitchen prides itself on modern Canadian cooking with all the sustainable foods you need without any unnecessary complexity.

Though it’s a bit pricier than other Whistler options, Stonesedge provides modern Canadian options like breakfast poutine, waffles and eggs benedict.

Breakfast is served from 9 am through 1 pm, perfect for those early-but-not-too-early risers who want a comforting breakfast before hitting the town.


  • 4211 Sunshine Place, Whistler, BC – Next to the grocery store. 
  • $

Not big on a heavy breakfast before a day either out on the slopes or in the bike park? That’s okay because Hundo-P Smoothie Bar has the perfect solution. 

Yep, you guessed it: breakfast smoothies. And not just the old run-of-the-mill fruit zapped in a blender, either. These smoothies are filling and pack a ton of energy. 

The Nutz and Boltz is our go-to, with organic walnuts, peanut butter, banana, organic dates, organic cacao nibs, organic cinnamon, chocolate almond milk, and protein powder all mixed into one. 

Hundo P has a large selection, each item as tasty as the next and customizable to make vegan. 

Mount Currie Coffee Company

latte's and coffees on a table

A small sampling from Mount Currie Coffee Co.

  • 4369 Main Street, Whistler, BC
  • $

Not just another coffee shop, Mount Currie Coffee is a local favourite for its consistently delicious coffee and selection of breakfast items. 

Their breakfast burrito is perfect for those wanting a filling meal on the go, and the breakfast sando is a new and popular choice. 

Their latte art is always impressive; however, it doesn’t last as their coffee is too delicious to just stare into and sip. So instead, pair it with some chocolate croissants for a sweet morning pick-me-up.

Creekside Breakfast Spots

Lakeside Dining

  • 2131 Lake Placid Road, Whistler, BC
  • $$

This might be one of Whistler’s best-kept breakfast secrets, so don’t tell too many people, okay?

Bottomless bennies. Yes, you read that correctly. Bottomless. 

Lakeside Dining is located in Nita Lake Lodge, overlooking the amazing Nita Lake — the perfect breakfast date spot. Oh, and bottomless bennies. Did we mention that already? 

They also offer vegan dishes, blueberry pancakes, truffled mushroom and brussels sprout hash, and other delicious dishes if you aren’t an egg fan. 

Open from 7 am to 11 am, Lakeside Dining gives you plenty of time to get down and enjoy the serenity of Creekside and a delicious breakfast. 

Eds Bred 

  • 206-2067 Lake Placid Road, Whistler, BC
  • $

This one is for all the vegans out there: a bakery so popular they usually sell out of most things daily. Eds Bred is a must-do for every foodie. 

From Thursday – Sunday at 9 am, Ed and his team bake their pastries and bread daily using organic ingredients, creating an all-vegan selection. And everything is incredible. 

The cinnamon rolls are a staple in our Eds Bred order. However, we recommend keeping your eye out for the daily special. They are always adding something new to the menu. 

We’ve talked a lot about the pastries, and their coffee is just as good. So make sure you get a brew to complement your delicious baked goods.

Southside Diner

  • 2102 Lake Placid Road, Whistler, BC
  • $$

If you’re looking for a local hangout and a delicious, affordable breakfast spot all rolled into one, then the Southside Diner might be your haven. 

This spot quickly welcomes you with its quirky diner décor and makes you feel like a regular on your first visit.

They’ve got delicious diner favourites like The Southside Slam (bacon, eggs, pancakes, and home fries) and healthy options like oatmeal deluxe and smoked salmon bagels.

What makes this place one of our favourites? Sure, the food is delicious, and the portions are generous, but breakfast is available from 8 am – 3 pm. 

All-Day Breakfast in Whistler

Listen, we understand: Sometimes breakfast isn’t just for breakfast. Breakfast should also be for lunch or dinner. We get it. 

If you can’t stand the thought of not eating a stack of fluffy pancakes after exploring the great outdoors, we’ve got the perfect list of restaurants serving breakfast all day.

Crepe Montagne

two crepes for breakfast

Never crave for crepes again at Crepe Montagne

  • 4368 Main Street, Whistler, BC
  • $$

Bonjour, crepe lovers. If you’re seeking yummy breakfast crepes at any hour of the day, then you’re in luck; Crepe Montagne will serve up the breakfast you crave all day long. 

Whether you’re looking for something more exciting, like the slalom style or something sweet like the crepes filled with fruit, jam, Nutella, and chocolate, you are in luck. 

Sip on mimosas with your crepes as you celebrate the sun’s rise or as it sets, considering their hours are 7:30 am-11 pm. That means breakfast crepes morning till night!

Fix Café

  • 2131 Lake Placid Rd
  • $$

If you’re looking for an all-day shop serving pastries, breakfast sandwiches, and coffee, then the Fix Café is the place for you. 

Self-designated as one of Whistler’s favourite coffee shops, this cute little spot offers homemade gourmet coffees, pastries, and breakfast sandwiches all day long. 

Want a breakfast smoothie at 2 pm? The Fix can do that for you. How about a yummy breakfast pastry? They have plenty to choose from. 

It’s the perfect option for a midday quick stop that will allow you to fuel up and get back out into the mountains. 

The Cheapest Whistler Breakfast

We know that a Whistler vacation can get expensive quickly and you might think skipping breakfast is the best way to save money.

a cup of coffee sitting on top of a wooden table

Moguls Coffee House does coffee and pastries perfectly.

First things first, you’re crazy. Breakfast is worth every dime. Secondly, Whistler has many delicious breakfast spots that won’t make your wallet cry. 

We know you have to save every last dollar for rent anyway.

Moguls Coffee House

  • 4208 Village Square, Whistler, BC
  • Price: $

Located in the heart of Whistler Village, Moguls is one of the top spots for a delicious Whistler breakfast. Their easy grab-and-go menu will satisfy even the pickiest eater.

Hungry for a breakfast wrap? There are options for meat eaters, vegetarians, and vegans. Prefer a pastry and strong coffee? You are in luck.

Most breakfast options are available for under $10. So if you’re looking for a casual breakfast eatery with plenty of options and charm, this is the spot for you!

Peaked Pies

  • 4369 Main St, Whistler, BC
  • $

That’s right. Meat pies for breakfast paired with your artisan coffee – that’s what Peaked Pies in Whistler can offer you, all for an affordable price! 

Open for both breakfast and lunch, you and your crew can experiment with an Australian special: flaky pie for breakfast.

We’re talking traditional meat pies, vegetable medley pies, rise & shine pies, and even sweet apple crumble pies. What’s best about these pies? They’re affordable.

You’ll pay less than $10 for your breakfast pie and coffee, and the sweet treats are even less. Best of all, they open at 8 am.

Sweet baked goods on display

There are no places in Whistler that rival the baked treats of Purebread


  • 4338 Main Street, Whistler, BC and 1040 Millar Creek Road, Whistler, BC
  • $

Everyone loves it, and for a good reason. PureBread has one of Whistler’s most delicious selections of pastries and breakfast bites. 

There’s something for everyone, from their energy bars and slices to their bacon and cheese frittata. They also have delicious vegan-friendly options, all at wallet-friendly prices. 

Being this popular, you might have to line up to get your PureBread fix. However, they have two locations in Whistler, and the one South of the Village is much quieter. 

Whistler Brunch Hotspots


  • 4359 Main Street, Whistler, BC
  • $$

An urban tapas restaurant with one of the best brunch menus in Whistler Village, Elements is a hidden gem behind the main village stroll. 

Their brunch menu is available daily from 9am to 2pm, consisting of a large variety of benedicts, frittatas, and classic breakfast items. 

Those with a sweet tooth will love the French toast, and brunchers that want something healthy can’t pass up their healthy hash with butternut squash. 

We love their brunch cocktails too. When a restaurant has a “Hair of the Dog” selection of cocktails, you know they understand brunch. 

lumberjack lunch at Pod hotel a plate of food and a cup of coffee on a wooden table

The LumberJack Lunch at Pangea was a hit!

Pangea Pod Hotel

  • 4333 Sunrise Alley, Whistler, BC
  • $$

A regular on our favourite places to eat list, and for good reason, the Pangea just gets it when it comes to food and drinks. 

Opening at 10am for brunch, it is tough to go past their “Benny and Brunch Cocktail Deal.” For $19.90, you can get your choice of eggs benedict and a caesar or mimosa. 

They offer other items such as avocado toast, breakfast sandwiches, and an array of coffee and brunch cocktails until late into the afternoon. 

Hunter Gather

  • 101 – 4368 Main St, Whistler, BC
  • $$

The ideal food hub for groups and picky eaters, Hunter Gather does a fantastic job of catering to everyone. 

Their chicken and waffles are a standout dish for those who want a little bit of breakfast and lunch on the same plate. 

If you feel the after-effects of a classic night out in Whistler, the Hunter Gather Signature Caesar will fix you right up, or the double will get you back into party mode. 

Whistler and Breakfast, a Perfect Combination

If it were up to us, we’d probably eat breakfast for every meal of the day because you need some solid fuel for axe throwing. Eggs, bacon, and axes, right? 

So we promise this isn’t just another top  list of the best places to eat, because we’ve experienced each and every one of these spots and they come highly recommended.