580 SINCLAIR ST, Dillon, MT 59725
Good for: Solo
450 N Interchange, Dillon, MT 59725
Good for: Families
650 N Montana St, Dillon, MT 59725
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Business
20 Swenson Way, Dillon, Montana, 59725, United States
Good for: Families
550 N Montana St
Good for: Solo
Okay...if your taste runs to white table linen and candelight, this is NOT the place for you.
But, if you love Mexican food and are looking for something a bit unique, you MUST try the taco bus. It's the first recommendation of the locals in Dillon and well worth the stop. The back of the bus (where the cool kids always hung out on my school busses!) is the kitchen and the front has been mostly cleared out, although the driver's seat remains.
There's some seating on benches inside the bus (the normal seats are gone). One a nice day though, the picnic tables outside are perfect.
Favorite Dish: The food is awesome. A taco is something like $1.50, but it's tiny. The burritos and platters are absolutely fantastic.
Plus, there's something really cool about the fact that if you're waiting outside for your food, the cook opens the tiny window and yells out "Amigo!" to let you know.
Great food, friendly atmosphere.
Favorite Dish: The Enchilada dinner. It comes with rice / beans and small salad. And of course chips with home made hot sauce. Very tasty, consistantly the same high quality. YUM !!!! Two dinners, mine with a soda, his with a beer, adds up to about $15.Related to:
- Road Trip
I like this place because they have such a variety of items on the menu. There really is something for everyone!
Favorite Dish: Everything!! From the awesome pizza burgers to the fantastic homemade pizza's and to wash it down a nice cold Michelob Light!!!
Fondest memory: In the summer of 1964 I was the 19-year-old leader of a seven member Summer Witness Team from Lee College (now Lee University), Cleveland, Tennessee. Our team spent the summer in Dillon, Montana, where we planted the Dillon Church of God in this building.
It was a vacant Assembly of God property at the time with broken windows, a leaking roof, and waist high weeds in the yard. The Montana District Assemblies of God gave us permission to use the facility. Three other young men and I slept on used mattresses in the basement of the church. We rented a trailer for the three girls on the team.
During the summer we went door-to-door, visiting every home in Dillon. We also advertised on the radio and in the newspaper, conducted a Vacation Bible School, held revival services, Sunday morning and evening Worship and Wednesday evening Bible Study. By the end of the summer we had gathered a small congregation of 20-30 people and Aaron Lavender, one of the young men on the team, stayed behind to become the first official pastor of the Dillon Church of God.
A year or two later, the the Assemblies of God decided to take the building over again. Since there is no significant difference in the two sister Pentecostal denominations, the congregation became a part of the Assemblies of God.
The building has since been completely remodeled and updated and a thriving church continues there to this day. August 10, 2009, was my first visit back to Dillon in 45 years. The current pastor, Ryan Spurlock and his wife Brianne, very graciously invited me over to their home for dinner and gave me a tour of the remodeled facilities. It was great to see that some of the seeds I had planted so long ago are still bearing fruit.
I have written about that summer, and much more, in my book, "Growing up Pentecostal."
Favorite thing: go to Crystal Park and dig for Crystals it is really neat and you can find a lot of them.
Fondest memory: My favorite thing about Dillon is the beautiful view of the mountains and the weather. Dillon has very mild winters and nice summers.
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