The Watershed Grill Whistler Squamish | Great Place to Stop for Lunch

The Watershed Grill Whistler Squamish Instanomss nomss

The Watershed Grill Whistler Squamish Instanomss nomss
We’re taking a staycation to Whistler for my birthday weekend. Even though Whistler ski season is pretty much done and May is around the corner, the Sea to Sky Highway is bare. Because there aren’t any snow on the roads, we were able to enjoy the scenic along the drive. Vancouver, BC is beautiful when you got the city, the ocean and the mountains.

The Watershed Grill Whistler Squamish Instanomss nomss

The Watershed Grill Whistler Squamish Instanomss nomss

We took our sweet time having breakfast and made Vietnamese coffee before we left Vancouver. By the time we got to Squamish we were more or less famished. Dave suggested that we head to The Nest Restaurant in Brackendale, BC. When we got there, it was closed. It was fate that we detoured to The Watershed Grill Squamish on the way to Whistler. You turn down the street on Government Road. We did a little Google-ing and saw that reviews were decent. You may be a little skeptical when you pull up to the driveway. It is like someone’s backyard, a modest shed.

The Watershed Grill Whistler Squamish Instanomss nomss

 

When you climb up to the top of the stairs you are greeted with a gorgeous view of Eagle’s Run – water, trail, beautiful mountain backdrop and a restaurant with front row seats. Open patio, inside bar, and a dining room area inside.

The Watershed Grill Whistler Squamish Instanomss nomss

Caesar: Salt rimmed glass with a sharp spicy tomato cocktail with not just one “impotent” bean  but two. This Caesar is a delightful surprise that brightens my day. I shall remember it and add it to my “list”.

The Watershed Grill Whistler Squamish Instanomss nomss

REUBEN SANDWICH sauerkraut, swiss, yellow mustard, pickle, marble rye. A deli favourite of a striking balance with a good helping of corned beef, a bit of cheese, heaps of sauerkraut, and plenty of Dijon. It brought back memories of Schwartz’s Hebrew Delicatessen Montreal.

The Watershed Grill Whistler Squamish Instanomss nomss

PESTO CHICKEN LINGUINE: Simple but well executed. The pasta was al dente, the chicken well-seasoned and flavourful. Plenty of pesto and grape tomatoes.

 

Bring good walking shoes so you can enjoy a little stroll after lunch on the Eagle Run. Why the hurry?

 

 

 

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The WaterShed Grill Squamish
URL: http://www.thewatershedgrill.com/
Cuisine: Seafood, Burgers, Pub Food
Hours

Mon 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Tue 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Wed 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Thu 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Fri 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Sat 10:00 am – 12:00 am
Sun 10:00 am – 12:00 am

41101 Government Rd, Squamish, BC V0N 1H0
(604) 898-6665

 

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