WHISTLER EATS

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Whistler’s crazy new 130-me­tre sus­pen­sion bridge (from Peak Chair to West Ridge) is de­layed un­til spring, but that doesn’t mean the Great­est Resort in the World doesn’t have a lot to get ex­cited about… like eat­ing. THE CHANGE-UP

Topt­able Group (West, CinCin, Blue Wa­ter Cafe) is reimag­in­ing Um­berto’s clas­sic Il Caminetto, with Araxi’s leg­endary James Walt tak­ing the reins (and hand­ing over Araxi to West’s Quang Dang). Open­ing date is early 2018.

HAUT LUN­CHEON

Want to stay onmountain? David Hawksworth will be host­ing a se­ries of luxe lunch pop-ups

at Steeps (Jan­uary 13, Fe­bru­ary 10, March 10), where for $63 you can imag­ine you’re in Gs­taad but with more Arc’teryx and fewer barons.

FRESH START

For those who would pre­fer to skip the bus­tle of the vil­lage al­to­gether, Nita Lake Lodge’s Aura has just over­hauled it­self, with new decor cour­tesy of Scott and Scott ar­chi­tects and a new menu.

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