The culinary scene in Bozeman is nothing short of what you would find in larger cities. Fine dining, in particular, is full of diverse flavors, locally sourced food, and is prepared by amazing chefs who are happy to be living in a mountain town. In other words, “It’s happening.”
It comes as a surprise to many visitors that this land-locked town in the mountains of Montana has not just one, but five amazing sushi restaurants. Chefs bring in fish from all over, making sure it’s not only fresh, but unique and sustainable. Being a beautiful mountain town full of adventure, Bozeman attracts some amazing sushi chefs who prefer the outdoor lifestyle to the bustle of the city. The result is win-win; living in an outdoor playground for them, and some seriously good sushi for us!
Over the past decade, microbreweries have risen in popularity primarily for the local taste that is provided in each sip of the craft beer. Bozeman quickly became a hot spot and brewing hub and now plays host to many breweries each with a unique taste and style. To further increase the hand-crafted experience, each brewery in Bozeman has designed their tasting rooms to follow the style of the beer they create. These individualistic tasting rooms have became an exciting oasis for great drinks and conversations. These are our rankings for the best Bozeman brewery tasting rooms.
The restaurant scene in Bozeman is vast and varied. We’re pretty darn lucky to be tucked up in the mountains with food that rivals city fare. After a day adventuring, studying or simply a long day at work, there’s nothing like relaxing with a cold beer (or other libation) and some good ole pub food at one of the many amazing Bozeman restaurants. Across town, chefs are taking this traditional style of menu and turn it into something spectacular. Read on to tantalize your tastebuds! Cheers!
It’s rare to find someone who doesn’t like pizza and it is even more rare to find a food the whole family can agree on! From traditional to gourmet, Bozeman pizza restaurants are taking the illustrious pie to a whole new level. Whether you are looking for a family-friendly atmosphere, a nice sit-down dinner or a quick delivery, this area offers plenty of options!
Nestled in southwest Montana’s outdoor wonderland, Bozeman is the perfect destination for a family vacation. Whether you’re packing along the toddlers for a relaxed resort vacation and the kids’ first ski lessons or looking to spend a few nights under the Montana sky with adult children home from college, experience a vast array of outdoor, cultural, and dining opportunities for the entire family that helps make traveling to Bozeman with your kids a breeze!
For many visiting Yellowstone National Park, Bozeman is the natural "home base." Thanks to the town’s plentiful lodging options, array of cafes and restaurants, and easy airport access, it’s quite common for Yellowstone-bound visitors to stay in Bozeman and venture down into the park every day, returning to Bozeman in time for dinner, drinks and a bit of relaxation away from the press of national park tourists. Keep reading for tips on how to plan the perfect day trip to Yellowstone National Park from Bozeman.
Bozeman is a melting pot of restaurants with unique cuisines and atmospheres. Lucky for us, new venues are popping up everywhere! Bozeman's growth is helping to keep date night fresh and exciting with a growing variety of options. While there are plenty of places to dine in Bozeman, these particular spots hold a special place in our hearts and stomachs as the best Bozeman restaurants for date night. You'll be ready to make multiple reservations after reading this.
We get it. Family vacations with kids can be a little challenging to find a restaurant with a menu to please everyone. As great as sushi or an amazing steak sound, the kids may have a hard time picking something that they will like. So we've narrowed down a few of our favorite spots around town that our kids enjoy. These restaurants in Bozeman offer a good variety on their menu, and all are pretty affordable for families on a budget. Enjoy!
Big Sky Resort is home to more than 5,800 acres of terrain and an impressive vertical drop of 4,350 feet. Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development