Whistler's most scenic patio - Table Nineteen Lakeside Eatery

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When you step outside of the village and explore this summer, you won’t be disappointed. Whistler has so much to offer after the mountains close for the season — which seems obvious — but some never stray too far from their hotel to discover more.

Newly named Table Nineteen Lakeside Eatery is connected to the clubhouse at the GolfBC owned Nicklaus North Golf Course and is one more reason to make the four-minute drive or cab ride from the village. The view from the patio and dining room is “wicked good” as the locals might say. But seriously, it is hard to beat the views of Green Lake and the stunning coast mountain range in the backdrop as you soak up the sun for brunch, lunch or enjoy dinner as it sets.

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“You know why Table Nineteen is great? Because of the location, plain and simple,” said Michael Zuccolin, General Manager of Nicklaus North Golf Course. “The view over the lake and golf course is amazing from our huge patio! Nothing compares to it in Whistler. You will be entertained by Harbour Air float planes coming and going, by golfers playing the 16th hole and then by wildlife, which seem to always be buzzing by the patio! And the food is pretty awesome as well, along with probably the best drink prices in Whistler.”

As a golfer you get a sense of just how beautiful the patio is when you play past it on the third last hole, which is a timely reminder to visit after your round. It is NOT a requirement that you like golf or even play to enjoy yourself here and there is no clubhouse dress code, because it’s all about the experience; where casual meets elegance.
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Executive Chef Eric Gilchrist brings together a global menu with locally sourced ingredients, innovative recipes and foods that inspire and can easily match them up with great wines, craft beers and cocktails. All summer, they have a three-course tasting dinner in the dining room starting at $36, which changes nightly, so there is always something fresh. They also added a new pizza oven as well. nn_food2

  • $5 Glasses of wine, $4.95 Pints of Beer – Everyday
  • Gourmet Golf & Dinner, golf and a 2-course dinner! $95 May & October, $135 June-Sept
  • Everyone is a local on Tuesdays! All Burgers and large Nachos – $3 off, Heineken pints $5.50,   four Coors Light bottles $16, Ciders $5
  • Friday Night Prime Rib under $20
  • Half off select bottles of wine on Sunday
  • Three-course tasting menu staring at $36 – Everyday this summer only in the restaurant

Is there a golfer in your life in need of a relaxing getaway?  Get them the Sea to Sky Golf Package to Whistler, which includes a 2 round, 1 night golf adventure from $199 – $249 per person (based on double occupancy).

Table Nineteen Lakeside Eatery

Phone: 604-938-9898 x225 or make Online Reservations (highly recommended)

Address: 8080 Nicklaus North Blvd, Whistler

Website: tablenineteen.com

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