|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa, Cash|
|Getting There |||One and a half blocks from the Husky at Creekside|
|11AM to 11PM daily|
Profile Last Updated: August 21, 2008
Whether it’s the Canucks on pay per view or a college football game on satellite, the game is always on at Hoz’s. It’s a long way from Boston, but the everybody-knows-your-name attitude makes it feel a lot like Cheers. The 90-seat pub is a great place to grab something to eat as the menu features a number of pub grub favourites with an upscale twist. Hoz’s is not the kind of place where cans get opened, everything from the BBQ sauce to marinades are made in-house. However, the real treat is the great array of Mexican entrees on offer. Hoz’s burritos and enchiladas cannot be beat and have been outselling the rest of the menu for years.
The Best in the West and Whistler
The bar does a fair amount of après ski business at its Creekside location, but the regular clientele keep it busy any time on any night. The crowd is usually a good mix of loyal locals and frequent Whistler visitors who know a good thing when they’ve found it. Hoz’s is consistently named one of the top local bars in the Pique Magazine.
As Welcoming as an Old Friend
The rustic décor ensures a less pretentious atmosphere with recycled wood floors and beams and heavy, comfy chairs throughout the room. It gives off that warm, friendly and caring vibe you might only find in a friend’s living room. At the end of a long ski day, Hoz’s Pub is the kind of place where everyone feels welcome. Add the upscale pub grub and fantastic Mexican specialties and it’s worth a trip to Creekside.
Outside: The restaurant has a patio open spring and summer and a smoking tent outside.
Extra Beverages: Houses the only cold beer and wine store in Creekside.
Kid's Menu: There is a children's menu.
Grub: Mexican and pub fare available for lunch and dinner.