What pie is Montana known for?
The Huckleberry Patch In Montana Has A Huckleberry Pie Known Around The World
Every Montanan knows that we have the best huckleberries on the planet, and when tourists come from out of state, they quickly learn that too. Our huckleberry treats are legendary, especially huckleberry pie. In fact, the Montana huckleberry pie at the iconic Huckleberry Patch is so well-known, you can even have it shipped across the country.
Do you want to order huckleberry pie from The Huckleberry Patch? Check out their website.
Have you ever eaten at this restaurant in Hungry Horse? If so, we’d love to hear all about your experience!
If you want to try other incredible pies in Montana, check out our central Montana pie trail.
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Address: Huckleberry Patch, 8868 Hwy 2 E, Hungry Horse, MT 59919, USA
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The Huckleberry Patch in Montana
June 11, 2021
Where can I find the best pies in Montana?
- The Coffee Pot Bakery and Cafe
- Loula’s Café
- Bernice’s Bakery
As you search for the best pies in Montana, you don’t have to travel too far. In fact, some of the best local restaurants in Montana serve delicious, warm, homemade pies that will make your mouth water. The Coffee Pot Bakery & Café in Bozeman serves delectable pie. All of the pie is made fresh daily and served until it sells out.
Loula’s Café in Whitefish serves some of the most delicious specialty pies. Not only will you want more than one slice of pie at this restaurant, but the eatery is in an old Masonic temple. If you are in Missoula, check out Bernice’s Bakery as you search for the best pies in Montana. This is definitely one of the best local restaurants in Montana and no matter what you order, every bite is perfect.
Where should I eat near Glacier National Park in Montana?
- Glaciers Edge Café
- Northern Lights Saloon
Glacier National Park is a magical place with some spectacular views. However, before you head into the park, you may want to grab something tasty and satisfying. There are several delicious places to eat near Glacier National Park that will satisfy your every craving. In Babb, you can stop at Glacier’s Edge Cafe. This small café is located just outside of the park and you must try the delicious breakfast dishes.
The Northern Lights Saloon, located in Polebridge, Montana, is another restaurant on the outskirts of Glacier National Park. This is a great place for good food and a cold drink.
Celebrate Pi Day With Sweet and Savory Montana Pies
Every year when March 14 rolls around we celebrate Pi Day with every kind of pie we can get our hands on. Truth be told, eating pie is how we celebrate every other day of the year, too. From sweet to savory, here’s where to find the tastiest pies in Western Montana.
Good Old-Fashioned Pie
If classic pie is your Pi Day go-to, take note: The homemade pie game is strong at Loula’s Cafe in Whitefish, where you’ll find 22 kinds of pie, including five different kinds of huckleberry pie—a Montana favorite. Order whole pies a day in advance or head into the cafe for a fresh slice a la mode. In Florence, mosey on up to the diner counter at Glen’s Mountain View Cafe, just like John Dutton in the television series “Yellowstone,” and sink your teeth into some freshly baked pie. Choose from a handful of flavors—you can’t go wrong. At Break Espresso, pair a piece of pie with some of Missoula’s best coffee. With 24 hours’ notice, they’ll even make a whole pie just for you. After a hearty meal at Victor Steakhouse in the Bitterroot Valley, make sure you’ve saved room for the Frozen Peanut Butter pie or the Victor’s Famous Mile High Mud Pie (or both).
If savory is more your speed, there’s pie for that—pizza pie! Try the authentic New York Style hand-tossed pizza at Jersey Boys Pizzeria in Whitefish; known as “The Last Best Pizza,” you’ll find gluten free options there as well. In Missoula, Biga Pizza creates gourmet, award-winning brick oven pizza from scratch, and their seasonal flavors (think Flathead Cherry) are exquisite. Rosa’s Pizza, a Bigfork favorite since 1986, serves up fun pies, like the Ball Park—featuring mustard, sauerkraut, kielbasa, sausage and onions. At Ranger Joe’s Pizza in Kalispell, savor the secret family recipe crust and sauce, or opt for the gluten-free cauliflower crust. Find big flavor at Little Blue Joint in Darby, where you can stop in for a slice or grab a whole pie—like the Barn Burner BBQ pizza.
Other Pie Adventures
When it’s time for take-out and comfort food is what you’re after, grab a delicious take-and-bake chicken pot pie from Soup Farm in Missoula. Speaking of comfort food in Missoula, try the cottage pie at The Thomas Meagher Bar or the shepherd’s pie at The Stone of Accord. You’ll find shepherd’s pie in Kalispell too, at Brannigan’s Irish Pub, and with Pi Day being so close to St. Patrick’s Day, you can’t go wrong with Irish fare. Did we mention the Frito pie at Kalispell’s Desoto Grill? It speaks for itself.
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