in The Village at Pigeon Lake
All three squares are served up at this casual eatery. Rocking a lively country store vibe, there’s a long wooden counter framing an artsy chalkboard beverage menu, and a fireplace is set in the middle of the dining room. The space is lively with a colourful design scheme enhanced by wall murals and stained glass windows depicting iconic Alberta landscapes. The focus is on sourcing locally, environmental respect and providing natural, organic fare at affordable prices. It’s a tall order, but one that’s achieved at Eco Cafe.
Vegetarians and those who are gluten sensitive will find plentiful options on the menu for appetizers, main courses and best of all, dessert. Catering for large groups, romantic dinners and barbecues is readily available.