So, you operate the restaurant at the top of the main creekside gondola. You know that two of the best slopes at Whistler (Harmony and Symphony lifts) take a couple of runs to get to, and they have essentially no food service (a coffee/cider/candybar shack that's only sometimes open, and a warming hut that seats about 8 at the top of a lift). You have nice, solid sandwiches on rolls that are prepared and in the case (or left over from the day before) ready by 9 AM or so. WHY, WHY, WHY do you refuse to sell any of those sandwiches before lunchtime? WHY do you make sure that skiers heading out to ski Harmony and Symphony will go hungry (or lunch on granola bars and candy), and at the same time, ensure that you will sell fewer sandwiches, leaving the case half-full at closing time? Are you into waste? Do you tell your servers to not even apologize for the bone-headed policies that hang good food out in front of people, without letting them buy it? Seriously, WHAT is the management thinking??? They also close well before the gondola does. Smart move there, too, guys.
Yeah, it seems like there's always space there, but what do you expect at a place that's so oddly institutionally unfocused on giving customers what they want? On the good side, at least one of the servers was fantastic, checking the contents of the soups in an attempt to find one not based on milk/cream. No luck that day (another odd choice for a place that has many soup options) but a valiant try. The sandwiches LOOKED excellent, not that I'd normally be at that location at lunchtime to buy them. Here's hoping the (many) extras go to the staff or food pantry, not the dumpster.
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