Restaurants & Dining
Whether visiting the local burger joint or enjoying an elegant, farm-to-table meal, dining in Montana is sure to please everyone. With a rich agricultural heritage, Montana ha a wonderful selection of locally grown products that translates to a thriving dining scene.
Montana's craft distilleries are few in number, but rich in quality and flavor. The drinks are often made with some local favorites like huckleberries, home-grown potatoes and apples. Still in the spirit? Buy your favorite and make your own Montana cocktails at home.
Kick back with a Montana brew after your day of adventure in the great outdoors. With some of the best wheat and barley grown locally, clear glacial water, and Pacific Northwest hops, our brewers create award-winning beer. If you can’t decide on one beer, try a flight of beers. You’re sure to find a new favorite. Plus, taprooms are good places to meet locals and swap stories. Before you leave, fill up a growler of your favorite brew as a souvenir.
Cideries and Meaderies
Cideries & meaderies in Montana bring flavor and fun to the area. Discover your favorite today!
Montana wines have a truly local flavor. From huckleberry to flathead cherry, Montanans take the flavors synonymous with the state and turn them off into completely unique wines.
A farmers' market is the perfect place to feel right at home in Montana. Take a Saturday morning stroll at the market and stock up on fruits, vegetables and local favorites like huckleberries and Flathead cherries or sample delicacies like apiary honey.
The Fall Harvest
When the leaves begin to change color it’s time to enjoy the dishes of autumn. Visitors looking for a mouth-watering meal can enjoy the full fall bounty in Montana. With a wealth of locally grown ingredients and first-class dining options, Montana is the perfect place for a fall feast. For an unforgettable food tour in Big Sky Country, these five charming restaurants serve up a number of delicious dishes that visitors can’t find anywhere else.