If you are looking for a unique spin on pizza, creekbread is great. They use organic foods and the open kitchen makes for a fun experience. It is pricey, but I always leave satisfied.
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Went to Creekbread on our last night in Whistler. Great choice. We had a short wait at the bar and then were seated. Service was good. Our pizza was delicious, it was a special that night and had sausage and some other things on it...More
I don't know how but... I called my order in and they said 20 mins. I showed up a bit early to wait. After I paid they said it was coming out. Then another customer walks in, puts in his order right then and gets...More
Excellent local pizza from a real brick oven. Good service, good food, and reasonable prices. Fresh air from outside makes it a natural when the weather is good.
Best pizza we've had in a while. We live in Chicago and are from the East Coast, so we have been testing pizza for 30 years. We make it a hobby to try a new place every two weeks. This was one of the best....More
Enjoyed a fantastic pizza and some good local beers at Creekbread. It was a small wait, but well worth it. Got to sit outside and the views during the summer are fantastic. The place reminded us of a wood fired pizza spot in Vermont that...More
After living in Whistler for a while finally got to eat in Creekbread. Did not regret it at all,super thin crust, fresh ingredients, I had the pulled pork pizza and the Pemberton potatoes, they were both delicious. I just wish they deliver or at least...More
Wonderful pizza at creekbread today - the pemberton potato pie was as good as ever, but the spicy chicken and vegetarian cauliflower (really!) pizzas were amazing. No wonder this place is so popular!