4 Great Bozeman Restaurants to Visit After A Day Of Skiing
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!
This pizza is so good! There are plenty of gluten-free options or go with the traditional hand-tossed crust. Choose from local ingredients with delicious combinations. Pair your pizza with a local craft beer and enjoy their occasional live music night while you recount your great day on the mountain.
We had to list this sushi spot because they aren't just a sushi spot. Seven creates some amazing specialty rolls and traditional sushi dishes, but they also do some alternative Asian-style entrees that will appeal to even your friends and family that aren't sushi fans. We also love the atmosphere here, casual, but funky and a great place to bring a group of your friends after a day of skiing.
This brewery's newly added kitchen is killing it. The nachos are aprés ski worthy, we promise! If nachos aren't you're thing they have plenty of locally-sourced salads, sandwiches, burgers, and options for the kids. Their food is great, but we're really here for the beers. Hang out and enjoy some creatively crafted local beers while admiring the snow covered Bridger's you just skied all day. The atmosphere is great and a favorite of the locals. Once you visit you will understand why.
Naked Noodle is a Bozeman institution. You can choose a popular dish from the menu or create your own entree with ingredients of your choosing. They have some gluten free options if that's you're go-to, but they're classics, like, 4 cheese mac and cheese, is pretty phenomenal. Did we mention that all the dishes are prepared fresh right when you order them? This place is a local favorite because they know what they're doing and they've been doing it right for a long time.
These are just a few of our favorite post-ski-day joints, but don't be afraid to check out any of the other MANY restaurants, breweries, or bars that Bozeman offers. We guarantee that your ski gear will help you blend in when you go to find a bite to eat after a day on the cold-smoke.
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