Sunday, March 16, 2008

Longhorn Saloon & Grill

The village at Whistler offered many choices to dine, refresh, socialize, and report on the fantastic runs or hard falls. One popular spot was Longhorn Saloon & Grill at the mountain base. There, starting around 4:00 PM fatigued skiers parked their skis and gathered around tables under umbrellas in a courtyard for drinks and friendly talk. The courtyard overflowed with people as access was controlled by an employee stationed at the entrance. Part of our group was inside while other family members waited outside probably fifteen minutes until space became available.

The village and resort are prepared for large crowds and do a good job of moving people up the slopes and through eateries.

Automobile parking options are varied and convenient. Most employees there speak English with an accent different than mine. We learned that many of them are from Australia.

Have a good week!


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