The Wigan Pier menu is short an obvious focus on fish and chips, offered in three different types of fish including cod, haddock, and halibut. They all come buttery and crispy, a fine dance between well cooked outside and fresh, melt in your mouth inside of fish meat. Mmmm. If you're not feeling fishy, you could get your fingers a little greasy with chicken baskets or a pot pie, but really, why bother. Get the fish and chips! You will not be disappointed.
37996 Cleveland Ave
$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.
2458 Mamquam Road
Home sweet home, that’s what the award-winning Clubhouse at the Squamish Valley Golf Club is to me. Located a hop, skip, and a jump off of Highway 99, this golf destination is actually a cleverly disguised culinary destination, known to those who take taste seriously.
Seriously. THE best pasta in Squamish hand down. Don’t believe me? Check out the parking lot on Friday night’s All You Can Eat Pasta extravaganza and ask any one of the patrons aged 3 to 95 years - they’ll tell you! Like deals? They have half price Appies on Wednesday’s and All Day Breakie on Sundays! Oh, and Senior’s half price lunch on Thursdays, too.
Open 7 days a week morning till night, the Clubhouse dishes out a wide range of elegant family-favourites that will satisfy everyone in your posse. And it’s not just glancing at the menus and mountain vistas that will make your eyes shine. With smiles that warm your heart as fast as your coffee and personalities as bubbly as your morning mimosa, they’ll feel like you are straight back in Grandma’s kitchen, only better.
Brackendale’s own, and beloved Crabapple cafe is the locals’ breakfast and lunch spot at the north end of town, where a mix of cuisines come together.
Variety is the name of the game. Lunch mains include Thai Red Curry with fragrant lemongrass, red chilies, and lime finished coconut cream could pair nicely with an order of the Fish & Chips, for a crowd of diverse preferences. Or stay with a traditional breakfast with The Usual two eggs, hash browns and toast.