The New York Times –  36 Hours in Whistler, British Columbia

It’s easy to spend money in Whistler — and not just this Olympic year. Those watching their loonies should follow the local ski bums to Pasta Lupino (4368 Main Street in Whistler Village North; 604-905-0400; www.pastalupino.com). Tucked between a 7-Eleven and a Domino’s Pizza at the edge of the resort, the small, cheery restaurant serves fantastic fresh pastas with homemade Bolognese and Alfredo sauces; the prices for pastas, soup or salad and freshly baked focaccia can’t be beat. Dinner combos start at 15.50 Canadian dollars…

 

Trip Advisor  - Reviews

Voted #4 of 128 restaurants in Whistler…

 

Dinehere.ca - Reviews

Wow, what a sweet deal considering the prices in Whistler. Fresh made pasta with a bolognese sauce that has depth and topped with homemade focaccia…

 

Yelp.ca - Reviews

The fresh pasta was amazing. Dinner also comes with fresh baked bread that was the perfect appetizer….