Food Tours and Trails
From homegrown meat and produce to wild huckleberries, discover the unique flavors across Montana.
Montana's rich agricultural herritage lends itself to a hearty selection of locally grown and raised food, with something new to taste in each corner of the state. Grab a slice on Central Montana's infamous Pie a la Road trail or dig into a locally raised beef burger on the Southeast Montana Burger Trail. Feeling thirsty? The walkable Billings Brew Trail will surely satisfy the most discerning craft beer or cider enthusiast.
Southeast Montana Burger Trail
Dig into locally raised beef on this curated trail by Southeast Montana:
Out here in Southeast Montana, you’re never far from a good burger – thanks to our strong beef industry. You’ll love our Burger Trail because it’s a foodie experience created solely from local favorites – and we’ve personally sampled ‘em all. Taste true Montana flavor from inside our small towns’ eateries that show off unique craftsmanship and local humor, all smothered with genuine culinary ingenuity. These friendly establishments will make you fall more in love with Montana, bite after bite, so come hungry.
Central Montana Pie a la Road
Life is uncertain, eat dessert first. Grab a slice on Central Montana's Pie Trail:
Montana’s famous for its huckleberry pie, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. In summer, raspberries, gooseberries and other seasonal treats grace our pie tins. And traditional favorites like apple, peach and lemon meringue are always on the menu at the end of a great meal. The best part is, no matter where you are in Central Montana you’re never far from flaky crust and flavorful fillings. Enjoy!
Billings Brew Trail
Thirsty? The Billings Brew Trail is sure to quench the most discerning craft beer enthusiasts.
Montana's only walkalbe brewry trail is located in the heart of downtown Billings. This self-guided tour is made up of six breweries, two distilleries and one cider house, all within easy walking distance. Take this 1.5-mile brewery route and enjoy historic sites along the way.
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.