Small towns demand only the best from shops and restaurants, and 33 Mile Roadhouse delivers incredible homecooked goodness with gourmet twists. Famous for their burgers as well as the heli-skiing, this historical location also dishes up pies and sides that are otherworldly. It’s filled with locals, a sure sign that the food really is that good.

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, start your morning with the ribeye steak and home fries, reindeer sausage paired with eggs and toast, or simply the addictive home-fry platter with eggs. Build your own omelet, and don’t forget to add the reindeer sausage! You’ll also find cinnamon toast, hot cakes and French toast for your sweet tooth.

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For lunch, a burger is an absolute must with tater tots, onion rings, hand-cut fries or a salad on the side. Try the BBQ, super burger, or famed 33 Mile burger with cheese, mushrooms, ham or bacon (and make it a super by doubling the patties). There are also halibut burgers, mac ‘n’ cheese, grilled cheese, a fried egg sandwich and French dip. Chili is scratch made, and save room for cookies, homemade pies (a la mode if you like) and the caramel roll.

Dinner is simple and delicious. Choose from ribeye steak, hamburger steak with grilled onions, three-piece chicken platter or the fish ‘n’ chips. All are served with hand-cut fries or a baked potato and salad. Add on onion rings, potato salad, or a cup of soup and you’ve got a meal fit for royalty.