How to live it up––or score some Olympic-size deals––at the West’s biggest ski resort
Photo by Janis Nicolay; written by Jess Thomson
Pop out of your bindings for snacks and a pot of English Breakfast at the Harmony Hut Tea House (whistlerblackcomb.com), which sits atop the Harmony chairlift. For about $2, you get a steaming cup and a million-dollar view. For dinner, seek out Nagomi Sushi (108-4557 Blackcomb Way; 604/962-0404) in the Upper Village. A meal for two of, say, housemade seafood gyoza, crisp prawn tempura, and sushi rolls, plus strawberry sake margaritas, will set you back about $70.