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“This splendid restaurant is one of the best things about Whistler,” one judge said of Araxi (Gold). “The commitment to local products and suppliers shines through the inventive dishes from chef James Walt’s kitchen.” Bearfoot Bistro (Silver) is distinguished by Melissa Craig’s “excellent, elegant cooking” and proprietor Andre St. Jacques’s “flair, conviviality, and 20,000-bottle wine cellar. It’s impossible not to have fun in this room.” Sidecut (Bronze) in the Four Seasons “shook off the stuffy, hotel-restaurant stigma when chef Edison Mays zoomed in to spice things up.” Fifty-Two 80 Bistro and Aura earned Honourable Mentions.