Whistler Restaurant Review| Creekbread Pizza

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Creekbread Pizza Whistler

A very hungry and excited little girl about to enjoy her first bite of Creekbread’s pizza

There are very few things I enjoy more in life than a great pizza. So when we asked around the locals of Whistler what one restaurant not to miss, we were more than excited when all three said Creekbread. Creekbread is an all natural pizza restaurant meaning they use only organic local produce, all their major ingredients are made in-house, and cooked in a hand-made wood fire oven.

wood fire oven at Creekbread Pizza in Whistler

A Creekbread chef putting a pizza in the oven

But seriously- all of that aside it’s just plain delicious. It’s gourmet pizza with unique toppings and combinations that make me drool just thinking about it.

Creekbread Pizza fresh made pizza

Tossing the dough

You know what I really love? They allow and even suggest that you do half and half if you can’t make up your mind on which delicious pizza to try and don’t even charge you extra. We got half the Coevolution which had Kalamata olives, rosemary, red peppers, goat cheese and mozzerella and half the Pemberton Potato pie which had thinly sliced potatoes, garlic cloves, baby spinach, three cheeses and we added bacon. Oh. My. Gosh. It was ridiculously good. I want to go back to Whistler just for the pizza (and the scenery, and the people…)

Coevolution and Pemberton potato pizza Creekbread

Half Coevolution Half Pemberton Potato Pie

ToddlerTravels and BabyTravels even scarfed it up faster than they could say pizza. This was a 16 inch pie and I have to tell ya- there were no leftovers.

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