The Best Fireplaces in Bozeman

Baby, it’s cold outside! And that means it’s time to cozy up by the fire. If you have one of your own, lucky you. But if you want to gather with friends or need to venture out of the house in order to experience the glow and warmth of a lovely fireplace, here are a few local options: 

The Lark Bozeman

The bright and modern Lark Hotel offers an eye-catching, wood-burning outdoor fireplace that can be enjoyed by both hotel guests and passers-by. So bundle up in your favorite sweater, grab a cozy drink from Treeline next door (technically still a part of the hotel), and take a few minutes to relax and watch the world go by in downtown Bozeman. 



This family-friendly restaurant boasts a massive, gorgeous, wood-burning fireplace for anyone who has the good fortune to have to wait a bit for a table. This fireplace is so large; however, you’ll get to enjoy its vibe no matter where you sit. Order up some cheesy spinach and artichoke dip, warm yourself with a strong cocktail, and take in the cheerful fireplace vibes with friends and family.


MAP Brewing

One of Bozeman’s most inviting places to gather, MAP Brewing also has one of the best fireplaces in town, plus an incredible selection of award-winning beers on tap. Also? Their food (locally sourced, made from scratch) is killer. Try the nachos or a black and blue burger for a hearty, delicious bite.




J.W. Heist Steakhouse

Opened in 2022 by the co-owners of Plonk wine bar, the J.W. Heist Steakhouse folks know what it takes to get an ambiance right. And a fireplace is a five-star addition to this upscale Western bar, which serves classic cocktails, great wine, and of course steak. So if you’re looking to channel some John Dutton energy, check out the fireplace and the food at this new Bozeman “classic” spot.


Sky Shed

The views and the food are not the only reasons to make a date at Sky Shed, a fairly new Bozeman hotspot located on the rooftop of the newly renovated Armory Hotel. Their modern, see-through fireplace will let you enjoy the surrounding landscape and the flames at the same time, and their menu offers many freshly imagined classics with a Montana twist.


Bacchus Pub

A classic Bozeman gathering place, the Bacchus offers hearty pub fare, an inviting atmosphere, and a well-appointed fire, perfect for warming your bones on a cold winter night. Their Moscow Mule always hits the spot, and those curry fries can’t be beat.




This popular, French-inspired restaurant has a gorgeous circular fireplace right up front in the center of the action. Offering lunch, dinner, and now brunch seven days a week, that’s a lot of opportunities to try Brigade’s incredible offerings, from coffee and beignets to shrimp and sausage fettuccine. Head to Brigade to take in the blaze while you experience some of the best cuisine Bozeman has to offer.


Lockhorn Cider House

This small, independent cidery located on a lovely side street near the Bozeman Public Library offers a charming atmosphere, great snacks (and of course cider), and a welcoming, wood-burning fireplace. Hot cider by the fire? Yes, please!


Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport

You may not think of heading to the airport to sit by a nice fire, but the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport actually has one of the best fireplaces in town! Tucked in next to the Copper Horse Restaurant right near the bottom of the arrivals staircase, this huge, roaring fire emits a wonderful warmth, and it’s the perfect place to enjoy a coffee before your departure or to read a book while you wait for loved ones to come home. 


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