This Whistler dinner in a hidden ice hall is shockingly expensive

Oct 25 2018, 6:10 pm

What would you do with $20,000?

Buy a car, pay a nice chunk of that student loan off, or take a trip around the globe – there’s a ton you could do with that amount of money, including indulging in what might be the most expensive dinner we’ve ever heard of.

The Blue Room is a part of Whistler’s epic 10-day food and beverage celebration, Cornucopia.

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This particular event invites some seriously bougie foodies to enjoy a private Mercedes transfer and scenic helicopter journey through Whistler’s mountain region before they are ushered into a “hidden cave of cathedral-like blue ice” to enjoy dinner.

The rest of the experience includes a “Private Head-Line Mountain Holidays escorted experience exploring natural ice sculptures, ice flows, and chambers. Private three-course dining experience with Four Season Whistler’s Executive Sous Chef, David Baarschers and silver-service waiters.”

The meal features delicacies like Northern Divine caviar, locally-sourced oysters, grilled long bones, and is also served with Krug Champagne.

The entire experience costs $20,000 for two people.

For more info on this one of a kind gastronomical adventure call Head-Line Mountain Holidays at 604-902-6415 or make a reservation online.

The Blue Room

When: Reservations by request starting November 8, 2018
Where: Pick up from Four Seasons Resort and Residences Whistler
Price: $20,000 for 2 adults; call 604-902-6415 or make a reservation online

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