Address 202 6 St Beiseker, AB T0M 0G0, Canada

A modest cafe where locals go for breakfast and socializing after their work day, the Apple Pie Cafe at 202 6 St is, as the name suggests, known for its delicious apple pie.

The Apple Pie Café at 202 6 St is one of the few restaurants in the small town of Beiseker, in the Canadian province of Alberta. Developed by a certain Thomas Lincoln Beiseker, the village was born at the instigation of the Calgary Colonization Company to encourage farmers to settle on its land to cultivate it.

The first inhabitants arrived in 1908. Most of them came from Germany. In 1910, the construction of a railroad spur gave Beiseker a boost, and stores sprang up.

In popular culture, Beiseker is known for being the backdrop for scenes in Brokeback Mountain, the TV series Fargo, and the third episode of the Ghostbusters saga.

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