Loula's is the second restaurant for Montana friends and restaurateurs Mary Lou Covey and Laura Hansen. They are the Lou and the La that together know what it takes to make a restaurant work. Loula's is located in the historic Masonic Temple in two large sunny rooms filled with Montana art and photography that changes six times a year. Loula's feels infused with a curious mix of old and new.
Loula's breakfasts include the standard fare as well as popular originals like Lemon Stuffed French toast with raspberry sauce or Eggs Benedict with white truffle oil. For lunch try Cajun PoBoy Sandwich or Shaun's Chicken Tenders.
Loula's also has a unique and moderately priced dinner menu. Serving dinner just four nights a week. There is a great wine list of N.W. wines to compliment a menu with an eclectic mix of upscaled comfort food that includes meatloaf, chicken pot pie, sea food, pasta and a darn nice steak.
What makes Loula's truly unique and so special is their PIE. This little bakery makes from scratch, around 3,000 - 4,000 fruit pies each year! They have been nationally recognized for their great homemade pie in American Pie, Slices of Life (and pie) from America's Backroads, National Public Radio, Victoria Magazine, Local Palate, Chicago Sun Times, Montana Magazine, and Montana Living among many other magazines. Most recently Loula's pies were featured on a PBS documentary called "A Few Good Pie Places".
Loula's serves pie by the slice or by the whole pie to take home.
300 2nd Street East
Whitefish, MT 59937