Capers, and North Bay Grille, in Kalispell. Jag's for steak and prime rib, just down from the airport. Mama Bianca's, and Vivo Italiano (name may have changed) in Whitefish. There's a super store for provisions (very little prepared food) but super cheese case (vaccia rosa parmiggano, Pt. Reyes Blue) and they have Kobe beef - Gresko's which is over by Wal-Mart, on the main street in Kalispell. It's slowly getting better.
> We're heading out to Glacier National Park and looking for good places to eat. Any suggestions?
I ate at the Kalispell place described below a couple of months ago, and was pretty impressed. Word is that worthy food is quite scarce in this neck of the woods:
106. CAFE MAX - Chef Douglas DayÕs
busy downtown Kalispell restaurant fea-
tures fine food carefully prepared, beau-
tifully presented. Diners are drawn to
Cafe Max by entrees such as ÒWild
Alaskan Chinook Salmon encrusted with
fresh rosemary, chargrilled & served with
a champagne & shallot sauce.Ó Famous for
spectacular desserts & professional ser-
vice. Extensive list of fine wine & beer.
121 Main Street, Kalispell, MT 59903.