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Welcome to Sykes!

For over 100 years, Sykes has proudly served the Flathead Valley through the Diner, the Market, and other amenities. Our restaurant provides a casual and friendly dining experience with excellent food and generous portions at great prices combined with a local flavor that is rare.

Here at Sykes, we are committed to preserving the principles and services that Sykes was founded on: Honesty, Friendliness, and Great Value.

We look forward to you stopping in!

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Come See Us!

Sunday: 7am-3pm
Monday: 7am-3pm
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: 7am-3pm
Friday: 7am-3pm
Saturday: 7am-3pm

COFFEE SHOP MENU

12 oz.

16 oz.

20 oz.

Americano

$2.75

Latte, Cappuccino, Chai

$3.75

$4.00

$4.25

Steamer

$3.00

$3.25

$3.50

Frappes

n/a

$4.75

$5.75

Italian Soda

n/a

$3.25

$4.25

Breves, ChaiCharger, Mochas

$4.00

$4.25

$4.50

Smoothies

Strawberry, Banana, Mango Pineapple, Wild Berry

$5.75

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Serving the Flathead Valley for over 100 years.

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1900s

1897 Sykes is born

1935 Cecil Sykes officially opened Sykes as a market and meat counter in Downtown Kalispell, Montana.

1945 Doug and Judy Wise purchased Sykes- then just 25 feet wide with a wooden stove

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2000s

2008 After 68 years of ownership, Doug and Judy began looking to sell Sykes. After potential buyers expressed a desire for demolition, Doug and Judy retained ownership and continued to operate the Pharmacy until 2010.

2010 Ray Thompson, a local business owner and engineer, decided to purchase Sykes after seeing a line of people going into the Pharmacy, despite the building being otherwise dark.

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2010s

2010 Remodeling begins in September and adds apartments, a conference room, and a brand new kitchen. This remodeling was completed by Thanksgiving of that same year, allowing the largest annual Free Thanksgiving meal to date, serving over 1,200 people. 

Today Sykes continues to be a staple of the Kalispell landscape.