I don't remember what the name...
I don't remember what the name is but there is a really nice, cheap, CLEAN little restaraunt on the east side of the road, north of the gas station, in Babb.
Breakfast is the best!!
Favorite Dish: The pancake are HUGE!! They are thick and the size of the plate! Two guys could eat a short stack!!
When in Kalispell, you must...
When in Kalispell, you must eat at the Alley Connection. Korean food are thier specialty. You must also try either the rum cake or the mississippi pie.
A vietamese family owns and runs it.
Favorite Dish: All of them.
Marysville House, Marysville,...
Marysville House, Marysville, Montana.
The atmosphere at the Marysville House is unique to say the least. The main street for this near ghost town is a gravel road. The menu items are few, but that doesn't diminish the dining experience one bit. It usually includes steak, king crab legs, prawns, corn on the cob and bottles of beer that arrive at the table in galvanized steel buckets filled with ice. The place doesn't have a phone, so you have to arrive early to get a seat, this is not a well-kept secret around Helena, so if you go on a weekend, prepare to sit a spell. When we were there, dessert was a do-it-yourself smore over the campfire out back of the restaurant.
Favorite Dish: King Crab legs
Kalispell has two excellent...
Kalispell has two excellent choices, the Knead and Cafe Max
The Knead has a very funky atmosphere, with live music on the weekends, very informal
Cafe Max is formal, understated elegance with accompanying price (entrees $20)
Favorite Dish: The Knead's Portugese Paella is wonderful
Cafe Max has awesome Ahi Tuna
Despite several members of our...
Despite several members of our party purchasing Montana fishing licenses, only one proved fruitful, when Alex Yetsko angled a 5-lb catfish that our group shared after dinner along the banks of the Missouri.
However, after completing five days on the river, our group of seventeen drove to Billings, where we enjoyed a delicious dinner at the Outback Steakhouse. After a quick shower to remove the 16 ounces of Missouri River mud, I devoured a 16-ounce prime rib, Aussie Chips, a Bloomin' Onion, two Montana wheat beers, and a Chocolate Thunder from Down Under for dessert. Exactly how many calories does one burn during a week of canoeing, anyway??!
Our waitress, Sarah, did an incredible job with our group of 14.
Favorite Dish: That 16-ounce prime rib was delicious, and so was the catfish.
The Pickle Barrel: The Pickle Barrel
They have this old barrel with these massive pickles in it (hence 'The Pickle Barrel')
Favorite Dish: The Philly Steak and Cheese
The largest of the Glacier National Park hotels. Situated near Grinnell Glacier and some incredible...more
We were there in the winter, so it was not really full. We were able to have our tour of the park...more
It's been awhile since we stayed here on our way to Utah. We stayed in a room with the following; ...more
Top Montana Hotels
- Great Falls Hotels
- 39 Reviews - 127 Photos
- Bozeman Hotels
- 47 Reviews - 85 Photos
- Billings Hotels
- 91 Reviews - 107 Photos
- West Yellowstone Hotels
- 92 Reviews - 246 Photos
- Glacier National Park Hotels
- 362 Reviews - 847 Photos
- Helena Hotels
- 50 Reviews - 72 Photos
- Butte Hotels
- 44 Reviews - 53 Photos
- Grayling Hotels
- See nearby hotels
- Kalispell Hotels
- 11 Reviews - 27 Photos
- Whitefish Hotels
- 16 Reviews - 18 Photos
Explore the World
- Harare Hotels
- Mo i Rana
- Long Island City Hotels
- Bonneville Salt Flats State Park Hotels
- Sutton Hotels