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Dining & Hiking Recommendations for Glacier National Park

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We fly into Spokane on Friday night, stay overnight there, then will drive to Coeur D'Alene with a night there. Here is our GNP itinerary:

Moss Mountain Inn, Columbia Falls - 2 nights
Prince of Wales Hotel, Waterton Park, Canada, 2 nights
St Mary's Lodge - 1 night
Many Glaciers Hotel - 1 night
Back to Spokane for 1 night before an early flight out

My husband and I are both foodies and while I don't except NYC or SF food here, we love finding local spots with casual but great food. I'm sure there isn't too much to choose from in some of these towns, and I really haven't found much by researching online, but hoping for some recommendations so we eat at the best of what's available. Also, are there good spots to pick up picnic supplies in any of the above areas? We'll likely eat breakfast at our hotel each day and dinner out and just pick up some snacks or sandwiches for lunch while out hiking, etc.

Also looking for hiking recommendations. For most days we'd be up for 5-6 mile hikes, maybe a couple that are slightly longer. Any other spots that are a bit off of our path as detailed by where we're staying, but that are worth a day trip?

Thank you!

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