This Small Town Montana Pub Has Some Of The Best Food In The West
There’s a lot to love about Red Lodge, the small town of about 2,000 people that’s considered to be one of the gateways to Yellowstone National Park. This little spot has a lot of character, great people, and food — in fact, there’s a beloved pub here that serves some seriously tasty grub, and it’s not what you might expect.
The Pollard Hotel is a beautifully restored historic structure that was originally built in 1893.
Over the years, The Pollard has been the gathering place many celebrated personalities.
The Pollard Pub is located onsite, inside the old J.C. Penney building.
The pub is more than a tourist trap -- it's a local gathering spot for locals who love live music.
The weekly schedule rotates, but it always includes some talented Montana musicians.
The pub is cozy and comfortable, full of cowboys and passersby who want to come together for a cold beverage and a great meal.
It's open from 4-10 daily, with the food menu available from 5-8PM.
The best part? The food here is absolutely fantastic.
This is pub fare done right.
This is the gouda bacon mac & cheese, and it's ever bit as amazing as it looks.
And while you'll find plenty of beer on tap here, this spot is best known for its vintage inspired cocktails.
Don't be afraid to try something new.
When it comes to food, Montana has many hidden gems. Eat your way through this
list of neighborhood restaurants and you’ll see what we mean.
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