This place was busy every evening with families waiting on the big front porch. We enjoyed a classic Mexican dinner of fajitas with home made chips and salsa. A nice way to relax after a day of hiking.
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We did enjoy our food at Seranos. HOWEVER, we found out once we got home from our trip, our server (Katie) helped herself to a tip on our credit card after we had left a cash tip on the table. Thievery shouldn't be acceptable!
Our trip to GNP, as expected, went in 2 things .. a lot of travel and a lot of eating. One day while returning to our hotel in Whitefish .. we knew dinner had to be somewhere along the way since it was already late...More
My traveling companion gave it 5 stars for their chili rellenos and I gave it 3 stars for their average chips, salsa, hot sauces and lack of refried beans (black beans only). Good menu with daily specials and home-made hot sauces, but I didn't care...More
We visited this little restaurant twice in our days at Glacier National Park. We enjoyed the margaritas and our food.
Come early or expect to wait in this small restaurant. Even if you come early you may have to wait. But it is well worth the wait. I had chilis rellenos and my wife had nachos with chicken. Chilis were perfect with a light batter,...More
We have been searching for a good, authentic Mexican restaurant in Montana and we have finally found it. We were warned to get their early (5) and by five minutes after 5 p.m. almost all the tables were full. I had chili rellenos and they...More
We have been going to Serrano's for years and have steadily seen it grow from a casual walk-in to a get there early if you want to get a table! The food is fabulous, especially the Serrano's Burrito. But they have lots of choices on...More
Although the wait for a table was nearly an hour, the margaritas helped fill the time. The food was worth the wait, although the portions were huge. A quaint place for a good meal after a long day of driving through Glacier National Park.