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Just steps away from award-winning Araxi Restaurant + Oyster Bar is the latest addition to Toptable Group’s expanding portfolio. Bar Oso—the Spanish word for “bear” pays homage to the local wildlife—opens daily at 11:30am to late night with tapas-style small plates and thirst-quenching cocktails that are perfectly suited to après ski.Acclaimed Araxi Executive Chef James Walt and Restaurant Director Neil Henderson preside over this stunning new 890 square foot venue, applying Araxi’s progressive farm-to-table approach and international repertoire to the intimate bar setting. Joining them on the Bar Oso team are Chef Jorge Muñoz Santos and Bar Manager Jason Redmond, who together make the delicious food and drink offerings—think charcuterie, bocadillos, pinxtos and handcrafted cocktails—equal parts unique, authentic and inviting.Conveniently located near all major hotels in the heart of the Village, Bar Oso is Whistler’s ultimate gathering place.