Whistler’s original watering hole rocks with après, lunch, dinner and late, late nights. Dusty’s features award-winning authentic barbecue, rockin’ tunes and friendly locals. Start and finish at Whistler Creekside.
If you are on Whistler - the thing to do is the "Peak To Creek" run (aka 'Dusty's run')
- take the "Peak Express" chair (elevation 7160'), and follow the Upper Peak-to-Creek trail - a fun intermediate cruiser that eventually takes you (about 4.5 miles later) to the deck of..... wait for it.... Dusty's (elevation: 2140') where you can reward... more
i am probably the wrong demographic for Dustys, but I found it very loud after a day's skiing. The food was ok (ribs and burgers), the service reasonable but nothing great. We only went once out of a 10 night stay.
Dusty's is with out question the best thing in Creekside! Dusty's is a great place for apres ski, with an excellent location right at the base of the slopes, friendly staff and live music. However what makes me a HUGE Dusty's fan is the food, the menu is very american wings, ribs, burgers etc..
executed brilliantly. I recommend you try... more
Dusty's Bar & BBQ offers these services: restaurant, bar, pubs.
Dusty's is one of those original places that got an extreme makeover with the re-development of Creekside. Apparently the name is derived from some horse, so the new Dusty's still has a horse insignia at the top of the building in honor of the tradition. It retains its old charm with plenty of room for after-ski eating and drinking. They allow children in the upstairs part. Their huge, heated... more
Before all the fancy hotels and upscale restaurants, there was Dusty's, an unassuming little place in what is now known as Creekside. The original building has been demolished, but luckily the food didn't change and the regulars kept coming back. One of those places where people stop in for a barbecue beef sandwich and end up staying for a few hours, drinking beer with the locals. Dusty's... more