What a beautiful sight to see this restaurant that's off the beaten path. I was in need of a bathroom, food, beer and to stretch my legs after driving around on all the bumpy dirt roads exploring the west side of Glacier National Park, so it was a welcome site. We had brisket sandwiches that were great with the local brew. AHHH! We even stopped back by on the way down from the Canadian border to have a couple of more cold brews. Owner are a great couple and made us feel right at home. Don't miss the jalapeno peanuts.
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