Whistler: Where to Party
The party scene in Whistler is phenomenal. It’s local’s night somewhere every day of the week, which means there is a bar full of loose youngins boogying down til 2am when the bars and clubs shut. Then it’s usually back to a share house of at least eight to bender on and regret your decisions later in the day while serving tight-ass customers their alpine lunch. To break it down for you, Monday is 80s night at Tommy Africa’s. Be sure to get in early to beat the line and wear something funky from way back then for free cover. Tuesdays, head to Maxx Fish for a “Really Good Tuesday”, whatever that means. Wednesday at Buffalo Bills starts off with a rowdy chicken-wing eating competition followed by a rookie pool comp served with a side of a free snowboard giveaways; and lastly, to satisfy the taste buds, a little rave on the d-floor with all the new beats and all the skeggin’ babes. Thursday’s locals night at Garfinkel’s and gets as loose as you would expect from a club riddled with fun, international youths here to have a bloody good time. The weekend is a dud for most locals in Whistler, as many are working and clubs and bars are full of tourists coming for a few days to get annoyingly rowdy and patriotic. Sunday, however, will not let you down. Renamed SundayFunday, the beginning (or end) of the week will have you dancing on tables at Longhorn’s pub for the starting session and ending up at Mojos getting groovy with glow-in-the-dark lights and trippy face paint done by a chick whose pupils literally couldn’t get any larger.