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Two Sisters Café is just one of those fun locally-owned places that have an eccentric vibe with no-frills good food. Known for their fried chicken, Two Sisters Café is a great place to stop while you’re exploring the east side of Glacier National Park.
The morning we checked out of Old Faithful Lodge in Yellowstone, we made our way north to Browning, a smaller town but one with some amenities, like grocery stores and hotels. In fact, Browning is billed as the largest town on the Blackfeet Reservation.
We arrived early enough to get in a swim at the hotel, but soon we were itching to see some of Glacier National Park. I’d read about Two Sisters, and it sounded like a great match for my family. So, we headed over to Babb for dinner with plans to check out Many Glacier in Glacier National Park afterwards. We stopped at Saint Mary along the way to try to get a feel for the area for the next morning when we planned to drive Going-to-the-Sun Road. To read about our experience on Going-to-the-Sun Road, click here.
Two Sisters Café: The Restaurant
This café isn’t fancy, but the atmosphere is fun and the food is yummy. When we pulled up, there were plenty of people inside. We didn’t have to wait, but the place was hopping. That’s always a welcome sign.
We were seated in the other section closer to where the food is prepared.
There’s plenty to look at while you’re waiting for your food.
Like this United States Map made of license tags.
Two Sisters Cafe: The Food
We started off with drinks. I was on a huckleberry kick this trip, so I felt compelled to continue trying all things huckleberry while I was in the area. I didn’t go for a cocktail this time, but I did try the house-made Huckleberry Italian Soda. Yum!
I took a look at the dessert menu, but I ended up not having any room after dinner. Sometimes I take one to go, but the logistics weren’t on my side this outing since we’d be checking out of the hotel in the morning and driving through the park. So, I refrained. But there were a lot of huckleberry options. Too bad I had to let them go.
My travel companions ordered the house specialty–extra crispy fried chicken with fries. They were happy.
I went rogue with a grilled chicken taco salad. So good!
We finished what we could, and then it was time to move on. We wanted to check out Many Glacier before the sun set. After a couple more pictures on the outside of Two Sisters Café, it was time to continue exploring.
We had a great dinner. If you’re looking for something laid back and family-friendly while visiting the east side of Glacier National Park, be sure to put Two Sisters Café on your list. This quirky little restaurant should be a crowd-pleaser for the entire family.