I especially like the chef's salad. They're famous for wild huckleberry pies, ice cream and milk shakes.
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We had hoped to visit the Brew Company establishment further down the hill but it was closed for renovations. The Huckleberry Inn was recommended in our Lonely Planet guide so thought we would give it a go. Clearly they were understaffed. A poor waiter was...More
We went here for lunch when visiting Mt. Hood on a recommendation from a friend. The food was good and the serving were huge. They had several items for dessert. I had the huckleberry pie and it was wonderful. Another person in my group got...More
We had breakfast there yesterday, nothing special. Food was not worth the price. 2 eggs, sausage, hash browns and eggs will cost about $11.00 .
Good breakfast with plenty of tasty food. I had the sausage and eggs, around the table was ordered huckleberry pancakes, oatmeal, and poached eggs. The daughter of the owner came by to talk with us for we were with a couple of locals that knows...More
This is a great place to eat before going skiing or snowshoeing in Government Camp. The portions are huge. You might want to consider sharing a plate. The place gets crowded on weekends especially if the snow is good.
OK food, warm and cheap but nothing special. Probably best to come here for the Huckleberry pancakes and a hot chocolate rather than a burger or chilli. Reminiscent of a 1970's Yankee roadside diner!
Went in for the first meal of the day around 10:30 am the day after Christmas. This is an older establishment with a cabin feel. Prices were higher but not shocking-(thats expected in every place near a ski location). What was shocking was the quantity...More