Visit the Glacier National Park and Don’t missed to stop by at Park Cafe for a slice of their famous Huckleberry Pie.
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We are every year pilgrims to Glacier National Park and have been for 25 or so years. The Park Cafe had always been our "Must Eat There" list until 2015 when there was a new owner or operator -- not sure which. Long but read...More
What a charming place! Food is to die for! Pies are to fill the belly! I recommend the avocado sauce wild salmon wrap! Family business
Hubby and I wanted to try Huckleberry something while visiting Glacier, so we saw the sign and stopped in at Park Cafe. I must admit, we knew what we wanted, so we did not even look at a menu. (OUR BIG MISTAKE) We ordered Huckleberry...More
With over two million visitors to the park every year, its no skin off their back if you don't come back. They charge what they want, because they know (most) people will be like you and not pay attention to pricing (till the end). They...More
Great fish tacos and heavenly pies. Berries unbeatable. Well worth a drive down from Many Glacier or up from end of Rising to the Sun Road.
We had wrap sandwiches that were tasty and followed up with berry pie. The pie was loaded with fruit and delicious. Afterward we had to take a nap--we were so full! A very casual restaurant--we sat on the outside patio. Our server was friendly and...More
This cafe used to have large line-ups, with very nice, innovative menus (curry chicken salad with grilled pineapple ring on toasted raising bread) and fabulous pies. The cafe changed management some time ago, and the new menus, in my opinion, are appealing only to those...More
We stopped here for breakfast after visiting Glacier NP. We shared the Big Sky Hiker breakfast. 2 pancakes, 2 eggs, 2 sausages,2 bacon, a 8 oz ham slice, hash browns and fruit bowl. $15. We ordered one extra egg. The pancakes come with Huckleberry Syrup....More
I have stopped in to the Park Café a few times over the past few years, however each time it seems to get progressively worse. The first experience was fantastic due to the Huckleberry pie, however each year the price seems to increase, and now...More