Montana Restaurants

  • Bigfork Inn, Bigfork, Montana
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Montana Restaurants

  • The Field House

    Billings Restaurants

    The food was great. The service was tops. And the have food that is without hormones and other additives. The waitress was even able to do our difficult bill correctly. We each pay separately, except one of us. One is the person we are splitting for their birthday. She was able to split this off correctly. It is suggested that reservations are...

  • Enjoy the 50's and a Cold One.

    This small diner in the even smaller Polson, Montana is an unexpected gem. Seat yourself in the 50's inspired diner where the owner may or may not have a Betty Boop fetish. Grab a cold Flathead Cherry Ale that is brewed right down the road. The waitstaff is friendly and is glad to give you advice on what to do around the area. We were lucky enough...

  • Homestyle Cooking in Bozeman

    The Kountry Korner Cafe is located in a western style building just outside Bozeman. Inside the decor tended toward western style with a homey atmosphere. The staff was friendly and the menu varied. I had some meatloaf that was well above average. Portions were large enough and the price reasonable. I would recommend this place and would be happy...

  • Food, Sports and Spirits in Billings

    Fiddler's Green is a sports bar and grill. The decor was minimal except for the sports posters and beer signs. The menu tended toward pizza and burgers but included some heavier fare. I had a decent pizza. The waitress was cute but not that friendly or efficient. I will probably go somewhere else on my next visit.

  • not exactly the Bavaria we were looking...

    Bayern Brewing sounded so promising. My wife is from Germany and we lived in Munich for some time so we know quite a bit about Bavarian beer. Bayern is German for Bavaria. I read about its biergarten with big soft pretzels and helles and dunkles biers. I figured this was going to be a great reward for all the backpacking we planned on doing in...

  • a beer back in time

    On my first trip west in 1994, I pretty much hit every brewpub in my path. Spanish Peaks Brewing was probably the biggest microbrewery in Montana at the time so a stop there was a no brainer. I did this on my way to Glacier National Park. It was a pretty big place but aside from that I don't remember all that much about it to be honest. When you go...

  • big billboard in big sky country

    Our time in Glacier National Park may have been great but we had been doing pretty dismally in Montana ever since we left the park. Bayern Brewing had been a disappointing bust and it led to a nightmarish search for a motel for the night that found us laying our very weary heads down a lot later than we had ever imagined in a little town called...

  • Outback Steakhouse - Billings, MT

    While in Billings, we walked down the road from our hotel to the nearby Outback Steakhouse. Sure, they are all the same everywhere you go, but you always know what you are getting. We sat at the bar where we could watch the World Series since we visited in mid-October. We had a Fat Tire draft ($4.50), then stuck with a few rounds of local Big Sky...

  • Authentic Greek!

    Okay, I've posted this as a Montana tip because I don't have enough to warrant a Billings page - despite having been there quite a few times. Author Christopher Moore makes a perfect comment about Billings in his book "Coyote Blue" but I wouldn't want to offend anyone who lives there! :)In the spring of 2009, I took a group of students to Italy and...

  • I practically live here

    I have worked here for over 7 years and I have met many many traveling people. So not based on my opinion but on theirs, I know that this is a very nice restaurant to stumble upon in western Montana. The ambience and atmosphere are special. I would go for a good Montana steak myself but there are many choices available, seafood and vegetarian...

  • near Montana State University Bozeman

    Some people use their credit card to earn United miles to fly and all over the U.S. there are restaurants where you get 10 miles for every dollar you spend there. In the giant state of Montana, there is exactly ONE restaurant who participates in this milage program....La Parrilla.Its a cool renovated old house with lots of young kids working...

  • An American Bistro

    In downtown Missoula, this is a very cute, small restaurant and bar. Nice simple menu with organic foods and nice wine list and local beers. We had a chipotle chicken quesadilla and an organic greens salad. It was delicious.

  • Fender's

    Old style cars make the booths, very unique and interesting. Owners are so nice and friendly. EVERYTHING is delicious. Prime rib, babybacks, roast beef french dip, and so many other items to choose from.

  • The Pickle Barrel

    They have this old barrel with these massive pickles in it (hence 'The Pickle Barrel') The Philly Steak and Cheese

  • Montana is full of great...

    Montana is full of great restaurants, I could name a full page just on great eating establishments. So instead of that, the easiest thing to do is, at the area your visiting find a true Montanain, and ask for good places to eat at.

  • The Roadmaster Grille

    The atmosphere is as a 50's diner with car hoods and car trunks used for sitting booths. It's like eating at a drive-in with much more comfort. Good family food and local fare. Located in an old west ghost town some would call a tourist trap, it has the best food for the best prices.

  • My favorite local restaurants...

    My favorite local restaurants are: River City Grill in Bonner, 5 miles east of Missoula, just take the Bonner exit from I-90 on to Hwy 200.The Bangkok restaurant which is moving to N. Reserve St. in Missoula. El Cazador in downtown Missoula is good as well.Trennary's Irish restaurant on Brooks St.Zimmerino's Red Pies over Montana, downtown...

  • 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!! 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. 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...

  • Kalispell has two excellent...

    Kalispell has two excellent choices, the Knead and Cafe MaxThe Knead has a very funky atmosphere, with live music on the weekends, very informalCafe Max is formal, understated elegance with accompanying price (entrees $20) The Knead's Portugese Paella is wonderfulCafe 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...

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