Montana April 23, 2018
10 Humble Little Restaurants In Montana That Are So Worth The Visit
If there’s anything we’ve learned from dining out in Montana, it’s that restaurants don’t have to be flashy or fancy to have fantastic food. Every eatery on this list serves delicious meals in a laid back setting — and they deserve a shout-out just as much as any fine dining spot.
1. Carbone’s Pizzeria & Pub, 3925 Grand Ave., Billings
This quaint little family-owned eatery has been serving scrumptious pizza for over 50 years. The space has been updated and the recipes have been perfected, proving some things only get better with time.
2. Little Blue Joint, 119 N. Main, Darby
Little Blue Joint might be a small humble space, but the food is outstanding. It's all prepared by an ACF certified chef, Mike Campbell, who owns the restaurant and has almost 30 years of experience.
3. Annie’s Cafe, 815 E. Front St., Butte
If not for the simple sign on a brick building, you might walk right by this quirky little breakfast joint. But it's definitely worth stopping in, especially if you're starving -- the portions are huge.
4. Backcountry Burger Bar, 125 W. Main St., Bozeman
This small, upscale burger joint sells Montana-made beef and bison burgers, hand-cut fries made from local potatoes, and a great selection of beer and wine... basically, they cover the best food groups.
5. Henry's Restaurant, 405 W. 9th St., Libby
This little family-owned eatery is a beloved local staple in Libby, known for its consistently delicious, unpretentious food.
6. Harry’s Place, 631 E Main St., Lewistown
If you're looking for a plate piled high with comfort food, an epic salad bar and a nice, comfortable setting, head straight to Harry's Place in Lewistown and that's exactly what you'll find.
7. Miller Creek Cafe, 915 Lower Miller Creek Rd., Missoula
There's no shortage of delicious dining options in Missoula, but you'd be doing yourself a disservice if you missed out on the burgers and fantastic fries served here.
8. June’s Bungalow, 122 Wood Rose St., Colstrip
This charming little dining spot in Colstrip has become a local favorite. Known for their tasty burgers and hearty salads, it's a great go-to option for any hungry Montanan.
9. Loula’s Cafe, 300 E 2nd St., Whitefish
Owned by friends (and Montanans) Mary Lou Covey and Laura Hansen, Loula's is a modern cafe set in a historic Masonic Temple. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, so you'll have plenty of opportunities to try their tasty dishes.
10. Mustang Fresh Food, 112 N Main St., Livingston
The website describes the food here as simple, eclectic comfort cuisine.
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