Creekside Cafe Menu

Our Creekside Café offers a variety of grab and go breakfast, lunch, snack, and gift items sourced locally from the Bow Valley wherever possible. Additionally, a selection of Canadian and international wines, beers and liquor from Park Distillery in Banff are available.

Devil’s Head Coffee At Baker Creek, we really LOVE our coffee! The fresh grounds you receive at check in, for use in either a French press or a Chemex coffee maker, are roasted for us every few weeks by the amazing folks at Devil’s Head, which is located in Calgary.

Valbella Gourmet Foods produces European style sausages, hams, and air-dried meats. You can visit their retail shop and deli in Canmore Monday through Saturday from 9am – 5pm.  Our Creekside Café stocks their: venison salami, pepperoni, beef jerky, shepherds pie, tourtiere, chicken pot pie and a variety of smokies.

Bare Bistro is a small local bakery and deli located in the Town of Banff. They specialize in quality fresh baked goods, and we stock a variety of their cookies, bars, macaroons, and tarts.

le’ Chocolatier makes exquisite handmade chocolates in and has a small shop in Canmore. While they have an extensive list of creations like truffles, bear claws, and sculpted chocolate gifts, our Creekside Café stocks their bars, caramel logs, and occasionally moose and bear lollipops.

Jolene’s Tea House in Banff provides gourmet hand-blended teas and has been in operation since 2005. Their tea selection is available both in room, and in our Creekside Café.

Park Distillery is located on Banff Ave and provides hand-made, small batch spirits using glacier fed ground water and high-quality grains from the Alberta Foothills.


On July 25th, 2021, we suffered the loss of our bistro to an extensive fire. We are working with Parks Canada to accelerate development as much as possible, but due to the sensitive National Park environment, we anticipate completion sometime in 2024.

Friends of the Bistro

Lake Louise Restaurants

The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise features a wide variety of food and beverage outlets form cafes to fine dining. (Hint – they will validate your parking and allow access to their secure underground if you present a reservation confirmation to security)

One of our favorites is The Station, located in the heritage railway building and open Wednesday to Sunday. If you’ve never been, it’s fantastic! (Hint – ask for John.)

Deer Lodge has always offered exceptional dining in a truly heritage building from the early 20th century.

The Lake Louise Inn has several dining options available ranging from pizza & pasta to Rocky Mountain Cuisine.