Remember when travel was simple…and then it wasn’t? Good news; when the kiddos leave the nest, travel can be simple again! Bozeman is beautiful in the spring, weather changes from blue skies to spring showers and back again, making for some beautiful greenery and amazing scents. Restaurant patios open, sunsets happen later and people start spending more time outdoors. It’s also the calm before the summer starts—a relaxing time to visit. The best part? You’re calling the shots! If you still need a bit of prompting to visit Bozeman, here are a few more reasons.
It’s true, girls do love to have fun and Bozeman is the perfect place to combine outdoor adventure with a little rest and relaxation. Choose to dine at our fabulous local restaurants or get outside and explore the mountains. Build your trip around some of our suggestions based on the number of days you'll visit--or try them all! You won't be disappointed. Here are a few ideas for a girls night or weekend away in Bozeman, Montana.
Experts say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, we say it’s the most delicious. The relaxed attitude that Bozeman is known for extends into it’s eateries, don’t wait for the weekend, you’ll find people leisurely enjoying breakfast dining every day of the week. Check out a few of our favorite spots for the best breakfast in Bozeman.
When ever you travel to a new place it can be difficult to find good spots to eat. Yes there are the popular restaurants that everyone will recommend, but you might end up waiting a while for a table. There are a few restaurants in Bozeman that fit that mold. The other option is to go with one of the familiar franchise restaurants that you see in every town in America. Those are a safe bet, but wouldn't you rather sample some of the local fare? We've gone a little deeper to give you a few spots to try that might fly a little under the radar. Here are 5 underrated Bozeman Restaurants to check out on your next visit.
Bozeman is mainly known for being a cozy, mountain town with access to awesome skiing, with Big Sky Resort and Bridger Bowl. People might also recognize Bozeman for Montana State University. What may not know is that Bozeman has a lot more to offer than just great skiing and a top notch university. Here are a few of our favorite reasons that you should make Bozeman your winter vacation destination.
The food scene in Bozeman is varied and delicious, right down to the food trucks representing cuisine from around the world. The chefs in these mobile kitchens don’t mess around, sourcing local ingredients then adding their own twist of flavor. We’ve featured a few Bozeman restaurants to wet your whistle, but recommend you venture around town and explore them all. The Bozeman dining options are some of the best in the state and that includes our local food trucks.
“Montana” and “steak” go hand in hand, and when it comes to cooking meat, the chefs in Bozeman’s big sky country do it right. While some of our recommendations are just outside of town, they are definitely worth the drive. Each establishment has their own take on steak, so whether you’re a traditionalist or you prefer something a little different, we’ve got you covered. We hope you enjoy the best steaks in Bozeman.
There isn't much that beats a great day on the slopes at Bridger Bowl shredding some fresh powder. After all that skiing you're going to work up an appetite and be in need of a cold beer. We've put together a list of some of our favorite spots to fill up and swap stories. We have to be honest, it's really hard to only pick four Bozeman restaurants, so don't be afraid to venture off the beaten path and try something new!
Bozeman is known to have an expansive and thriving craft beer industry. This is no surprise considering this history of Bozeman's brewing industry which dates back to 1867 with Spieth and Krug Brewery.
Breweries have become the local hot spots in Bozeman. Eight breweries currently call Bozeman home with two more located in Belgrade and more on the way. To say the micro brew industry is booming in Montana is an understatement.
Webstaurantstore.com has even featured Bozeman in The 10 Most Underrated Craft Beer Cities.
With so many great options stemming from all of the local breweries, it can become overwhelming to know where to start. Here is a list that highlights four great dark Bozeman beers that are perfect for winter.
It's safe to say that many individuals and families either visit, or move to Bozeman for the world-class skiing, and it's easy to understand why with Big Sky Resort and Bridger Bowl so close. But what is there to do if you aren't a skier or snowboarder? Actually, a lot. Whether you are here for a day, a week, or a month there is always something new to keep yourself entertained all winter. Here are a few additions to the fun list in Bozeman this winter.