reward yourself after a day in the mountains.
We’re famous for our steep and deep, endless trees and bottomless powder- and ripping through that all day works up an appetite! There is no beer sweeter than the beer at the end of a great day in the snow.
Luckily Revelstoke’s après scene is as varied as it’s terrain and whatever your après cravings, we’ve got you covered! You’re here for a good time, so here are some of our favourite spots!
Wings and a view at the Rockford Bar and Grill
The Rockford‘s Monday night wings are an institution in Revelstoke. Couple that with the stunning views from the patio and you have a winning combination for après-ing like a local. Be sure to get there early, Mondays can get busy!
Get the ski town vibe at The Village Idiot
The Village Idiot is another local favourite. Famous for their pizzas and their laid back ski town vibe, the Idiot is always a popular après spot. With something for everyone, the Idiot is a great choice for groups and families, and couples, and solo diners… it’s a great choice all round!
Relaxed vibes at the River City Pub
The River City Pub inside the Regent Hotel is one of Revelstoke’s longest serving après hot spots. The pub offers a laid back atmosphere to relax after a hard day on the hill and grab a bite to eat with friends.
Cosy up at Chubby Funsters
For something a little more refined but still fun, check out Chubby Funsters. The decor is Canadiana at its best. They offer great dinner specials and delicious cocktails in front of a wood burning stove.
Sample award winning local beer at Mt Begbie Brewing
The Mt Begbie Brewing Co is more than an après beer, it’s an après beer in Canada’s best craft brewery, 2017! Take a tour and find out more about how the brewery works their magic, or just sample the results with a delicious appie or two.
Get into the micro-brewery scene at Rumpus Beer Company
The new kid on the block for the après scene is Rumpus Beer Company, opening soon on 1st Street East. Featuring craft micro-brewed beers, the team at Rumpus Beer Company offer a relaxed atmosphere to have some drinks with friends.
What to expect this winter.
Please refrain from visiting Revelstoke for non-essential travel at this time. The winter of 2020-21 is going to look a little bit different in Revelstoke. We're taking precautions to limit the spread of COVID-19 and following provincial health guidelines. That means that you may be required to wear masks, that restaurants and bars may have long wait times and that you will need to plan to accommodate changes in business operations. Please check current Provincial Health Orders before travelling.