Montana February 09, 2019
7 Farmhouse Restaurants In Montana That Are Worth A Trip To The Country
Fine dining has its time and place, but if you want a good old-fashioned hearty meal, check out one of our farmhouse restaurants. Sometimes a big plate of home-cooked Montana goodness is just what you need. These beloved eateries never disappoint.
1. The Farmhouse, 76250 Gallatin Rd., Gallatin Gateway
If you're looking for the best breakfast of your life, don't be surprised if you find it here. Country fried steak, breakfast burritos, steak & eggs, and so many more classics top the menu here. The Farmhouse is open every day but Tuesday from 6 a.m. until 2 p.m.
2. Feed Cafe, 1530 W Main St., Bozeman
Located in the historic red barn on Bozeman's West Main Street, Feed Cafe serves scrumptious breakfast and lunch daily made with local ingredients. This is farm-to-table dining at its finest.
3. Matt's Place, 2339 Placer St., Butte
This classic burger joint takes the 'farmhouse' concept literally — the building was once an actual house. As Montana's oldest drive-in, it's a local icon, but the perfectly prepared burgers are what makes Montanans keep coming back for more.
4. Farmhouse, 306 Stoner Lp., Lakeside
Every Montanan should have a meal at Farmhouse in Lakeside at least once. The fresh, seasonal, locally inspired menu will change the way you think about where your food comes from (or at least impress you). Make sure you take a freshly baked treat to-go.
5. Connie's Countryside Cafe, 68056 US Hwy. 93, Charlo
It's easy to miss this tiny roadside cafe... but you shouldn't. Connie's Countryside Cafe serves good old-fashioned comfort food at its finest.
6. Marysville House, 153 W Main St., Marysville
This rural, rustic steakhouse is well worth the drive. Marysville is practically a ghost town, but this spot keeps it lively.
7. Juliano's, 2912 7th Ave. N, Billings
Juliano's is actually located in the old stable of the sandstone 'castle' next door, which dates back to 1902. Inside you'll find creative American cuisine with both Europe and Asian influences — and it's absolutely delicious.
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