The Hometown Drive In: Raspberry shakes are a must
Well, you can eat at any of the various little places in town. We tend to always end up here. I can't tell you why, I think because the lines are always long we figure everyone else must know something. This is old time drive in, made to order and always good.
Favorite Dish: Just don't forget the raspberry shakes made from local produce. Buy the jam, jelly or syrup too.
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In the year 2001 a local...
In the year 2001 a local newspaper did a taste test of all the raspberry shakes that are offered in the many drive-in and sit-down restaurants in the area. I have to agree with their findings:
#1 Best shake: Bear Lake Pizza. Has the most fruit.
#2 Best shake: Quick 'n' Tasty Drive In. Has the thickest shakes.
The best dinners to be had in Bear Lake are:
The cowboy steak cookout that the Pickleville Playhouse serves up along with an evening of music and melodrama, and
The dutch oven dinner served up by the campfire by the Laketown Livery. This family-operated service includes a horse-drawn wagon ride up one of the historic canyons of Bear Lake, and cowboy songs, stories and poetry around the campfire after dinner.
Pickleville Playhouse: Dinner is served in a large outdoor, covered log patio. Entree choices are steak and chicken, both charcoal broiled, along with baked potato, salad and all the fixin's.
Laketown Livery: Dinner is served in Mill Canyon around the campfire, or you can sit in one of several covered wagons there. After dinner join in with a cowboy sing-along as your host leads you in song, stories and poetry.
Favorite Dish: Pickleville Playhouse: Steak!
Laketown Livery: Dutch-oven Roast Pork!
Bear Lake Pizza: Pizza
In conjunction with the Steakhouse and Chocolate Bear is the Bear Lake Pizza. Good times, good food.