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“Nice b&b at exceptional location”

Log Cabin Cafe Bed and Breakfast
Price range: $0 - $25
Cuisines: American
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Good for: Families with children
Dining options: Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Reservations
Description: Our meals are homemade, right in our 1937 log cabin kitchen. We uphold a longstanding tradition; creating wholesome and delicious dishes from only the most pure and nourishing ingredients. Many of our ingredients come from right here in Montana, like our famous Beartooth Burger, made from beef raised in the shadow of the Beartooth plateau. Our ingredients recall home cooking of the past, when folks gathered to share authentic dishes from nearby sources. Like the meals we all might have tasted at grandmother’s table years ago, the Log Cabin serves a feast of fresh, hearty and delicious flavors! For Yellowstone explorers seeking real recipes to fuel their passionate wilderness quests— weary of finding only overcooked, overpriced, brown glob, masquerading as a meal— the Log Cabin offers simple, nutrient-dense meals that surprise the senses. Your sources are sustainable and local rising to the hope of national parks to preserve nature for future generations. And our magical original log dining room soothes modern stressors. Unchanged since 1937— rooted deep like that dense pine forest sheltering us— the Log Cabin and its savory meals have been a timeless treasure for decades.
Reviewed July 18, 2014

We stayed here for 3 nights during our recent trip to Yellowstone and we had wonderful experience. The location is the best, just couple of miles form the northeastern entrance and the Lamar Valley, which is called America's Serengeti. The town of Silver Gate is so nice and quiet that I felt it much better than staying inside the park. The cabin was clean and spacious. The bath and toilet is next door and is shared with another cabin. The owner (Jay) and all other staff were very friendly. Their morning breakfast is superb, it comes with bread, hash browns, eggs, trout and fruits, the quantity is so much that even after hiking, we didn't feel hungry till late afternoon. The cabin costs 99$ + tax for 2 people and extra person charge is 25$; so from value wise it's quiet a good deal during the long weekend of July.

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Reviewed July 15, 2014

Really happy to find this gem after a long day hiking in the summer sun in Yellowstone. Generous portions, open relatively late -- we didn't arrive until 9 and left a little after 10 -- and great service. Try the locally caught trout and the pumpkin bread with huckleberry ice cream.

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Thank JulianaQM
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Reviewed July 10, 2014 via mobile

Great people great food great great cabins that's why I have returned time and time again over the last thirty years no better place on earth in my opinion

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Reviewed July 8, 2014

What a great little place! We never thought we could find a restaurant in such a remote location with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Everything was so delicious and very tasty. My husband had the trout which was recommended as a house favorite. He had never had trout deboned and prepared in that fashion. It was so yummy! The meals came with a side, salad and bread so there was plenty of food to fill us up. A definite must if you are staying in the Cooke City/Silver Gate area.

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Thank Vacationqueen1111
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Reviewed July 8, 2014

We recently took a trip to Yellowstone National Park and discovered the Log Cabin Cafe quite by accident, just outside the north-east gate to the park at Silver Gate. Normally when I travel to the United States, I struggle with the huge portions of food and the extreme over-processing of the ingredients. I often walk away from restaurants feeling ill. The Log Cabin Cafe was a total exception to all of that. They have a concept of organic food (everything is sourced within 500km of the cafe), freshness, fair trade coffee (which is bottomless) and reasonably sized portions. We went there once for breakfast after a dawn start doing photography in Yellowstone and we loved it so much that we made a deliberate detour to go back on another day we were there. I can highly recommend the grilled trout for breakfast! Superb!

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Thank pelagicprincess
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