Kelsey’s guidebook to Bozeman

Kelsey
Kelsey’s guidebook to Bozeman

Food scene

Best sushi in town with a great, fun atmosphere. Call ahead to get on the waitlist! Expect it to be very busy. Open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week.
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Dave's Sushi - Off Main
115 North Bozeman Avenue
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Best sushi in town with a great, fun atmosphere. Call ahead to get on the waitlist! Expect it to be very busy. Open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week.
Delicious woodfired pizza, house made pasta and salads! Great wine selection. Reservation recommended!
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Blackbird
140 East Main Street
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Delicious woodfired pizza, house made pasta and salads! Great wine selection. Reservation recommended!
Great beer and views!
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MAP Brewing Company
510 Manley Rd
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Great beer and views!
Local and healthy farm to table ingredients. Brunch on Sundays 9-2 and dinner Wednesday-Saturday 5-close. Call ahead to make sure they are open - their hours change a lot!
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Little Star Diner
548 E Babcock St
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Local and healthy farm to table ingredients. Brunch on Sundays 9-2 and dinner Wednesday-Saturday 5-close. Call ahead to make sure they are open - their hours change a lot!
Great order at the counter style breakfast spot. If there are no tables available you can grab a picnic blanket and enjoy your breakfast on the lawn!
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Feed Café
1530 W Main St
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Great order at the counter style breakfast spot. If there are no tables available you can grab a picnic blanket and enjoy your breakfast on the lawn!
Huge restaurant with options for everyone! Burgers, steaks, tacos, pasta, salads, etc. Opens at 4 pm 7 days a week.
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Montana Ale Works
611 East Main Street
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Huge restaurant with options for everyone! Burgers, steaks, tacos, pasta, salads, etc. Opens at 4 pm 7 days a week.
Great beer and pizza!
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Bridger Brewing
1609 South 11th Avenue
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Great beer and pizza!
Cute food truck with breakfast and lunch crepes, and tacos! I eat here a few days a week. Open in the summer only, Mon-Fri 9-2.
Rendezvous
611 N Wallace Ave
Cute food truck with breakfast and lunch crepes, and tacos! I eat here a few days a week. Open in the summer only, Mon-Fri 9-2.
Best bakery in town. Pastries, bread, treats! Closed Mondays.
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Wild Crumb
600 N Wallace Ave
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Best bakery in town. Pastries, bread, treats! Closed Mondays.
Located in the same building as the Wild Crumb bakery, Finks Deli sandwiches are all made on Wild Crumb bread! Hands down the best sandwiches in town.
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Fink's Delicatessen
600 N Wallace Ave
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Located in the same building as the Wild Crumb bakery, Finks Deli sandwiches are all made on Wild Crumb bread! Hands down the best sandwiches in town.
I have never actually eaten AT this restaurant but I have gotten delivery dozens of times. Delicious drunken noodles!
Thai Basil
1805 W Oak St
I have never actually eaten AT this restaurant but I have gotten delivery dozens of times. Delicious drunken noodles!

Trails

Easy/Intermediate. Great hike/bike/running trail for all types of people. Park in the dirt lot off Sourdough Rd, just past the turn to Triple Tree Rd on the left. The trail starts through a meadow with great views of the Bridgers and then winds through a thicket before opening up again and connecting to the upper section of the trail. There is an upper parking lot just before the trail dips back down momentarily, but they recommend you park at the bottom. If you do park at the top it turns it from a 6 mile hike into a bout a 3 miler. After the dip, keep right at the fork for a couple mile loop before returning back the way you came. Dog friendly, bear spray recommended in spring and fall.
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Triple Tree Trailhead
5974 Sourdough Rd
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Easy/Intermediate. Great hike/bike/running trail for all types of people. Park in the dirt lot off Sourdough Rd, just past the turn to Triple Tree Rd on the left. The trail starts through a meadow with great views of the Bridgers and then winds through a thicket before opening up again and connecting to the upper section of the trail. There is an upper parking lot just before the trail dips back down momentarily, but they recommend you park at the bottom. If you do park at the top it turns it from a 6 mile hike into a bout a 3 miler. After the dip, keep right at the fork for a couple mile loop before returning back the way you came. Dog friendly, bear spray recommended in spring and fall.
Easy/Intermediate. Classic Bozeman hike. There are a few ways to the top with very clear directions from the bottom. Expect it to be fairly busy, especially on weekends. Great view of town with the occasional paragliders launching from above! If you take the steep trail (far right) expect it to be like climbing stairs, but steeper. There is a paved path all the way from town to this trailhead. Kid and dog friendly.
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College 'M'
Trail to 'M'
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Easy/Intermediate. Classic Bozeman hike. There are a few ways to the top with very clear directions from the bottom. Expect it to be fairly busy, especially on weekends. Great view of town with the occasional paragliders launching from above! If you take the steep trail (far right) expect it to be like climbing stairs, but steeper. There is a paved path all the way from town to this trailhead. Kid and dog friendly.
Easy/Intermediate. This trail is located right across the road from the M trail. This is quick loop (2ish miles) with nice views if you don't have all day. Kid and dog friendly.
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Drinking Horse Mountain Trailhead
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Easy/Intermediate. This trail is located right across the road from the M trail. This is quick loop (2ish miles) with nice views if you don't have all day. Kid and dog friendly.
Easy/Intermediate. One of my favorite places to bring the dogs. It follows a creek for the first mile or so, and then crosses a few more times depending how far you go. This is an out and back trail so you can turn around at anytime. At just past a mile there is a nice clearing with a beautiful view of the ridge, and if you continue another 4ish miles from there you will find yourself on Saddle Peak. It is fairly strenuous making it to the peak, but going any distance up this trail is worth it.
Middle Cottonwood Trail
Easy/Intermediate. One of my favorite places to bring the dogs. It follows a creek for the first mile or so, and then crosses a few more times depending how far you go. This is an out and back trail so you can turn around at anytime. At just past a mile there is a nice clearing with a beautiful view of the ridge, and if you continue another 4ish miles from there you will find yourself on Saddle Peak. It is fairly strenuous making it to the peak, but going any distance up this trail is worth it.
Intermediate. Another classic Bozeman hike. Drive out past Bridger Bowl and follow signs to Fairy Lake. It is a 7 mile dirt road up to the lake so sturdy a sturdy with some clearance is recommended. Make sure you check out Fairy Lake before or after your hike as well, it is small but beautiful. The hike up to Sac is short but moderately steep. Expect to feel exposed at times with switchbacks on some loose rocks but it is the best bang for your buck as far as views for the distance. It is the shortest hike in the entire mountain range to make it to the ridge. After the switchbacks up the bowl you will make it to the saddle, stay left to go to Sacajawea Peak and right to go to Hardscrabble Peak. You have a good chance of seeing mountain goats at the top so thats pretty cool too!
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Sacagawea Peak
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Intermediate. Another classic Bozeman hike. Drive out past Bridger Bowl and follow signs to Fairy Lake. It is a 7 mile dirt road up to the lake so sturdy a sturdy with some clearance is recommended. Make sure you check out Fairy Lake before or after your hike as well, it is small but beautiful. The hike up to Sac is short but moderately steep. Expect to feel exposed at times with switchbacks on some loose rocks but it is the best bang for your buck as far as views for the distance. It is the shortest hike in the entire mountain range to make it to the ridge. After the switchbacks up the bowl you will make it to the saddle, stay left to go to Sacajawea Peak and right to go to Hardscrabble Peak. You have a good chance of seeing mountain goats at the top so thats pretty cool too!
Intermediate. Located about half way to Big Sky from Bozeman, Lava Lake is an amazing mountain lake located only 3 miles up a not-so-strenuous trail! This lake stays chilly year round but is great for a dip in the mid to late summer! Bring your fishing pole if you like. Also don't forget bear spray on this one, there are grizzlies around these parts.
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Lava Lake Trailhead
501-901 Cascade Creek Rd
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Intermediate. Located about half way to Big Sky from Bozeman, Lava Lake is an amazing mountain lake located only 3 miles up a not-so-strenuous trail! This lake stays chilly year round but is great for a dip in the mid to late summer! Bring your fishing pole if you like. Also don't forget bear spray on this one, there are grizzlies around these parts.

Museums

The Museum of the Rockies is SO COOL. Did you know that the most complete T-Rex skeleton ever found was found in eastern Montana?! Neither did I until I went to this museum. There are always rotating exhibits but the dino room is always a huge hit.
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Museum of the Rockies
600 West Kagy Boulevard
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The Museum of the Rockies is SO COOL. Did you know that the most complete T-Rex skeleton ever found was found in eastern Montana?! Neither did I until I went to this museum. There are always rotating exhibits but the dino room is always a huge hit.

Music

The Elm is a brand new concert venue that opened in 2021. Check out the current events lineup to see if there is anyone you might want to see!
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The Elm
506 North 7th Avenue
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The Elm is a brand new concert venue that opened in 2021. Check out the current events lineup to see if there is anyone you might want to see!

Comedy

New (only?) comedy club in Bozeman. We have been to a few shows and have never been disappointed. Located in the downstairs of a historic building on Main Street. https://www.lastbestcomedy.com/
Last Best Comedy
321 East Main Street
New (only?) comedy club in Bozeman. We have been to a few shows and have never been disappointed. Located in the downstairs of a historic building on Main Street. https://www.lastbestcomedy.com/

National Parks

Yellowstone National Park is about a 1.5 hour drive to either entrances (through Gardiner, or West Yellowstone). Both drives are gorgeous, it will just depend on where you want to go and what you want to see in the park. The possibilities are endless! Bring binoculars and a camera. Traffic can get EXTREMELY backed up in the summer to be sure to leave plenty of time.
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Εθνικό πάρκο Γελοουστόουν
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Yellowstone National Park is about a 1.5 hour drive to either entrances (through Gardiner, or West Yellowstone). Both drives are gorgeous, it will just depend on where you want to go and what you want to see in the park. The possibilities are endless! Bring binoculars and a camera. Traffic can get EXTREMELY backed up in the summer to be sure to leave plenty of time.
Glacier is truly one of a kind. It is about a 5 hour drive from Bozeman, so it is definitely not a day trip from here. Do some research to decide what you want to do while you are there. You can drive the Going to The Sun Road, camp at Lake Macdonald, or grab a backcountry permit and do some incredible hiking with glacier views. DEFINITELY bring bear spray if you plan on hiking. Grizzlies galore.
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Εθνικό πάρκο Γκλάσιερ
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Glacier is truly one of a kind. It is about a 5 hour drive from Bozeman, so it is definitely not a day trip from here. Do some research to decide what you want to do while you are there. You can drive the Going to The Sun Road, camp at Lake Macdonald, or grab a backcountry permit and do some incredible hiking with glacier views. DEFINITELY bring bear spray if you plan on hiking. Grizzlies galore.