Bar Oso




Open from 11:30am – Midnight, seven days a week.


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Our Team


James Walt, Executive Chef
Jorge Muñoz Santos, Chef
Neil Henderson, Restaurant Director

About Bar Oso


Bar Oso – “oso” meaning “bear” in Spanish, an homage to Whistler’s local wildlife – offers a profusion of Spanish-influenced small plates including raciones (platters), pintxos (skewers), charcuterie boards, and a wide range of tapas drawn from Araxi Restaurant Executive Chef James Walt’s international repertoire and Chef Jorge Muñoz Santos’ provenance in Spanish cookery. Open daily, the long, convivial bar is the ultimate gathering place in Whistler. The cuisine pairs perfectly with Bar Manager Jason Redmond’s selection of contemporary cocktails – including a gin and tonic feature menu – handcrafted using classical techniques and seasonal, locally-sourced ingredients, as well as inspired local and Spanish wines, and craft beers.