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Top Choice Cafe in Bozeman & Gallatin Valley

Nova Cafe

A helpful map at the entrance shows you where the food you'll be eating comes from at this retro-contemporary locals' favorite. The hollandaise is a bit on the sweet side for our liking, but still excessively delici…
Top Choice Museum in Bozeman & Gallatin Valley

Museum of the Rockies

Hands down the most entertaining museum in Montana shouldn't be missed. It has stellar dinosaur exhibits including an Edmontosaurus jaw with its incredible battery of teeth, the largest T-Rex skull in the world, and…
Top Choice American in Bozeman & Gallatin Valley

John Bozeman's Bistro

Bozeman's best restaurant, this pretty blonde-and-gold space offers Thai, Creole and pan-Asian slants on the cowboy dinner steak, plus globally influenced soups and starters and a weekly 'superfood' special ($14.95)…
Top Choice Pub in Bozeman & Gallatin Valley

Montana Ale Works

Bozeman’s former Northern Pacific freight warehouse brings industrial chic to this ever-reliable bar-restaurant, with excellent food (mains $11 to $24), pool tables and people-watching. Staff are happy to let you ta…
Museum in Bozeman & Gallatin Valley

American Computer & Robotics Museum

If you have even one bit of computer geek in you (and caught the pun), visit this eclectic collection of artifacts covering landmarks in computer development including binary circuits, vacuum tubes, a chunk of ENIAC…
Bistro in Bozeman & Gallatin Valley

Plonk

Sometimes you need to kick off the boots, run a comb through your hair and let your inner metro free. Sophisticated Plonk serves a wide-ranging menu from light snacks to full meals, mostly made from local organic pr…
Microbrewery in Bozeman & Gallatin Valley

Bridger Brewing

This well-run and friendly brewpub with central horseshoe bar draws a loyal combination of beer hounds and local MSU students. The Lee Metcalfe Pale Ale is a firm favorite and there are lots of food specials, includ…
Chicken in Bozeman & Gallatin Valley

Roost Fried Chicken

When two good ole boys form Tennessee first came to Montana to fish, they loved everything but the lack of good Southern fried chicken. And thus, Roost was born. At least that's the story told to us by a grinning gr…
Breakfast in Bozeman & Gallatin Valley

Buttr

Feast on the heaping scramble (with artichoke, asparagus and chevre) served at the base of butter mountain while egg clouds float above the pancake bluffs. Finally the breakfast joint the real people of Big Sky have…
Beer Garden in Bozeman & Gallatin Valley

Bozeman Taproom & Fill Station

Bozeman's coolest new place to grab a pint and fill a growler has an open-air rooftop beer garden. Their 44 draft brews can be combined in as many ways as you like with the 'build your own flight' program.