Opened in the summer of 2014, Beacon Pub & Eatery delivers a refined pub experience, offering eclectic international pub fare and warm hospitality in the heart of Whistler Village. Comprised of three rooms connected via a strairwell that allows for three different F&B experiences, while an open kitchen, various banquette & communal table seating and gentle lighting contribute to an intimate and contemporary feel
Our food is sourced from top quality seasonal ingredients, featuring a high percentage of local and organic products. Our menu changes every six to eight weeks, offering a mix of new and signature dishes. We consider Beacon to be a true pub honoring many different cooking traditions and interpreting them with our unique creative vision.
Inspired by great artisanal foods of the world. We craft all of our stocks, sauces, soups and burgers from scratch on a daily basis. We also strive to support other artisanal producers when purchasing wine, cheese, honey and many other ingredients.
Our Beverage program is designed to showcase the best of what British Columbia has to offer. Our draught program is centered around craft beers and 10 of our 11 taps showcase sought after B.C. craft beers. Our wine and spirits follow that B.C. theme and we are proud to work with small independent producers to ensure that we are delivering on a sustainable program that allows both our local and international guests to see what we are producing right here in our own backyard.
Our approach towards the operation of the restaurant is truly cooperative. We believe that every single member of our staff is integral to our success and pay sustainable living wages to all employees, offering medical benefits to all full time employees.
Our current leaders of kitchen and service at Beacon:
John Holton – Director of Operations / General Manager
Neil O’Brien – Executive Chef / Kitchen Manager
Kyle Maloney – Executive Sous Chef / Kitchen Manager
Jan Madsen – Restaurant Manager
Alexander Grunwald – Operations Manager
Anthony DiFelice – Bar Manager