TWO SISTERS CAFE
near Babb Montana
About TWO SISTERS CAFE
near Babb, Montana
Yes! There really are Two Sisters! Beth and Susan Higgins - along with Big John Cunningham (Two Sisters and a John just didn't have the right ring to it!) - opened Two Sisters Café in the spring of 1993. The team relocated to the ladies' family home on the eastern edge of Glacier National Park, within the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. We settled in right across Lower St Mary lake from the sisters' parents, Don and Carra Higgins. Beth moved north from New Orleans, Louisiana, where she attended culinary school and then worked in the famed "foodie" town as both a sous chef and executive chef. Susan and John moved to Big Sky Country after living in San Antonio, Texas; Aspen, Colorado; and San Francisco, California.
Beth, Susan, and John set out to establish a fun and funky café with just the right amount of sass, and are proud to say that's what we've done! From the purple paint job with our "Aliens Welcome" banner on the roof, to the eclectic interior featuring our wall o'plates - license plates from all 50 states, all of Canada, and 27 additional countries - you'll never find another place quite like Two Sisters Café! But the main attraction has always been the food - from the all natural Montana Black Angus burgers to the Rainbow Trout with Huckleberry Aioli (really!) to the best pie you've had in a long, long time. You'll find yourself coming back again and again to try something new!
After establishing Two Sisters Café near Babb, the crew headed south to Missoula to open Two Sisters downtown Missoula (2000 - 2007), and Two Sisters Catering. Two Sisters Catering has been under Beth's guiding hand from the beginning and has been voted Missoula's Best Caterer for nine years in a row! You can see the catering menu and find out all about Beth's award winning operation at www.twosisterscateringmontana.com. From casual gatherings to four star affairs, Chef Beth and Two Sisters Catering can make your event a memorable success at your site or in the elegant Governor's Room at the Florence Building on Higgins and Front in downtown Missoula.