downtown squamish

The Green Moustache

The Green Moustache

Looking for the healthiest lunch choice in downtown Squamish?

Arguably, that’s The Green Moustache, a 100% organic, whole food eatery whose menu specializes in vegetable juices, vegan salads, and smoothies.

Green Olive Market Cafe

Green Olive Market Cafe

The Green Olive Market Café is one of Squamish's newest cafés, and is making a big splash as a European mini-market with cafe style eats and delicious coffee.

Copper Coil Still & Grill

PHONE:

604-892-0646

ADDRESS:

37996 Cleveland Ave

MAINS:

$25 - $30

Home to one of the best outdoor seating areas in all of Squamish, welcome to The Copper Coil, y'all! This is southern hospitality!! 

From American whiskey and inspired spirits, to dripping pulled pork sandwiches and fries, The Copper Coil melts together a New Orleans inspired menu with the beauty and bounty of the BC coast.

Get your southern fix with BC oysters, seafood gumbo, and all the Cocktails à la Louisiane you'd care for.

Be absolutely sure to check out the patio, it's top notch, with 5-star views of the Chief and sunny, community-oriented seating, blocked from the wind of the sound. A great place for a lunch date.  

In winter, stay cozy in their indoor dining area that heats up with the warmth of spirits, darkish decor, and tightly packed seating. 

The Copper Coil menu features free range meats, veggies from boutique Sea-to-Sky farms, and BC fish.

Giddyup y'all!!



Dragon Terrace Chinese Restaurant

PHONE:

604-892-3717

ADDRESS:

38037 Cleveland Ave

MAINS:

$10.50 - $14.95

WOW excellent lunch combo options, and at a great price, too. For $9.50 each we shared 2 combo for 1 dishes - each combo included wonton soup at Dragon Terrace Chinese Restaurant. Had chow mein with honey garlic pork plus chow mein with beef and broccoli. Couldn't finish the portions, they were so plentiful. It was so fresh and tasty! Excellent service too.

This little family owned and operated Chinese food spot is great when you have a craving. No big surprises here but yummy western style Chinese food served up fast and at a good price. Dine in or take out. But if you dine in, you're in for another treat: The family who runs it is always friendly, very pleasant, and most of all THEY CARE. They respond to almost all of their online reviews, taking into consideration the food and dining experience of each individual. Who does that anymore? 

That's the kind of service that results in tastier food, happier customers, and improved legacy. We respect that. Small town attention. 

Gladly choose to support this family operated business, and they support my Chinese food cravings. 



Bisla Sweets Restaurant & Meatshop

Bisla Sweets Restaurant & Meatshop

Located near Save On foods on Pemberton Avenue, this family-run business, makes everything homemade, resulting in authentic and delicious Indian plates, desserts, and drinks.

Chef Big D's

PHONE:

604-892-0224

ADDRESS:

38040 Cleveland Ave

MAINS:

$7 - $16

"Seat yourself at a clean table," a sign in the front of Chef Big D's tells you as you enter this nondescript store front in downtown Squamish.

It's a little easy to miss, but don't!

This fairly priced local breakfast restaurant offers generous portions and healthy ingredients for breakfast and lunch until 3pm. 

Dedicated to quick service, high standards, and friendly staff, a morning or afternoon at Big D's is nothing but delightful. No stress eating, with a good ambiance, makes for the perfect lunch meeting spot or brunch with the family. 

There's something for everyone on the menu: all-day breakfast, sandwiches, baked goods, and coffee. Home fries, fresh fruit, and juice. 

If you're looking for a great sit-down breakfast joint without succumbing to a greasy gut bomb, Big D's is going to be right up your alley. Give it a shot for you next lunch meeting or coffee date. 



Sunflower Bakery Cafe

Sunflower Bakery Cafe

Sunflower Bakery Café makes the best soups. There's nothing quite like a warm, wholesome, homemade soup after several days of rain in the middle of Squamish winter. Gosh…delicious! Of course, the bread is good, too. From loaves of sourdoughs and ryes, to packets of fresh cookies.