These Bozeman Area Restaurants Offer a True Montana Experience
We all know that Bozeman is changing rapidly, but there are still a few places left where you can have a true old-fashioned Montana experience.
While many areas in Bozeman are being modernized, some places have managed to stay the same as they have been for decades.
We put together a list of restaurants that will give you a sense of nostalgia, and a glimpse into Montana's past.
Located in Manhattan, Sir Scott's Oasis Steakhouse has been a favorite among area residents for decades. If you're looking for a great steak and friendly service, look no further.
Located in Gallatin Gateway, Stacey's Old Faithful Bar & Steakhouse is a great option for mouth-watering steaks served for lunch and dinner. 1/2 pound burgers and tasty sandwiches are also proudly served. Stacey's is a steak-and-potatoes kind of place. You will feel comfortable here in almost any attire. The restaurant was first opened in 1937.
Little has changed at the Western Cafe in downtown Bozeman over the years. The restaurant is known as "The Last Best Cafe."
For more than 50 years, the Western Cafe has thrived on Main Street serving up the best cinnamon rolls and chicken fried steak West of the Mississippi River.
If you want to experience Montana breakfast at it's best, do yourself a favor and check out the Western Cafe.
Located in Belgrade, The Mint Cafe and Bar has been a landmark establishment for 100+ years. It began as a diner for railroad workers. If you want to experience a true piece of Montana history, stop into the Mint for dinner.
Located just west of Bozeman in the small town of Logan (exit 283), the Land of Magic Dinner Club is locally owned and operated and takes pride in serving up some of the best steaks in Montana. If you're looking for a true Montana experience, you'll feel right at home surrounded by rustic decor and excellent food.