Driving to the Rocky Mountains National Park, we didn't stop in Lyons to pick up provisions. Just a bit out of town way even before getting to Estes Park (which has a wide array of food options) we spontaneously pulled over when we saw a food sign in a place where there weren't many options. I thought they may have been limited to pizza but they had a decent selection of sandwiches, panini, pizza, awesome treats, exclusive cider, ice cream & shakes. Everything was home-made. I had a veggie panini and it was a delicious mix of veggies and hummus on an Italian seasoned home-made focaccia. The salad was a great balance of green, sweet, tart, and savory. The bison chili was great. They also sell a vast supply of cherry and huckleberry products. We tried a chocolate huckleberry bar and it was worth the hefty price. It's an informal restaurant where you order at a counter and sit yourself. Staff is friendly and will run your food to your table but there is technically no waiter service. The place has a granny home-like feel especially with the home-made pies. There's also a kids corner! We weren't expecting to have such a great meal as we did and felt compelled to recommend this place.
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