First of all, remember.... You are in the middle of nowhere. I really believe no trip to Glacier is complete without a stop in Polebridge. This was my second time staying there and won't be the last. We rolled into town just in time for dinner. I don't care what other say, after 3 days roughing it, this is heaven. There are 6 or 7 reasonably priced dinners to choose from. Beers/bar are limited, a couple on tap (served in a Mason jar) and Schmitt in a can. Other spirits available but I could tell the selection varies nightly. There is definitely an interesting cast of characters working at the saloon, but they were extremely friendly. The bartender was actually the same guy that was there when I visited 5 years before. Again, remember where you are... So at about 9:30pm the generators are turned off and the gas lanterns are lit. We were kind of pushed out around 10:30 because it was a full moon and the staff wanted to go up to the lake for a moon lit cruise of some kind. Since we were camping out that night, we inquired about breakfast. The cook asked us what we wanted and we requested biscuits and gravy of course. He told us to be back around 9am. We weren't disappointed. This of course was followed up with a trip next door to the bakery for some coffee and pastries for the road.
It is what it is. I will go back every time i'm in Glacier. And if you have a chance, hit it on the forth of July! One heck of a parade where people come from who knows where and line the dirt road leading into town (not joking!)
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