Montana December 05, 2017
7 Montana Restaurants That Are So Much More Than Amazing Places To Eat
Obviously, the food is the most important part of any restaurant you visit — but if your eatery of choice happens to have a fascinating history or onsite entertainment, it certainly doesn’t hurt. These are a few of Montana’s most multifaceted restaurants.
1. Dinner Bell, 469 Gold Creek Rd., Goldcreek
The Dinnerbell is best known locally for its convenient store and the tasty sandwiches you can get in the deli. But if you're lucky enough to be around on Thursdays, you can enjoy a home-cooked meal in a group setting for only $13.50.
2. Yesterday's Calf-A, Dell
Since 1978, Yesterday's Calf-A has been known for their hearty meals and fresh pie. But from 1903-1963, it was a one-room schoolhouse. The schoolhouse theme remains, complete with the bell tower.
3. Wheat Montana, 10778 US Highway 287, Three Forks
You'll find Wheat Montana delis all over Montana, but there's something special about the Three Forks location, which happens to be the corporate headquarters. Perhaps it's the close proximity to the family farm that makes everything taste a little better here.
4. Bear Creek Saloon, 108 E Main St., Bearcreek
You evening at Bear Creek Saloon begins with a mouthwatering charbroiled steak dinner. Then, if you're there from May-September, you'll head out to the pig races and bet on your predicted winner. Proceeds benefit the local school.
5. Farmhouse, 306 Stoner Loop, Lakeside
Farmhouse creates their delicious dishes with ingredients sourced from local farmers and ranchers. No wonder Refinery29 called this Montana's #1 Brunch Restaurant.
6. 50,000 Silver Dollar Bar, Exit 16, Haugan
No one will argue that this spot is much more than just a place to grab a bite. They display the largest collection of its kind in the bar, and the quirky gift shop is second to none.
7. Sip 'n Dip Lounge, 17 7th St S., Great Falls
We know what you're thinking... and it's true, the Sip 'n Dip's food isn't the best in Montana. But does the mermaid-friendly environment, not to mention the talent of Piano Pat, make up for that? Absolutely.
Sometimes, in order to find the most delicious food in Montana, you must go
off the beaten path.