Concierge.com's insider take:
With over 600 different wines in the cellar and chef David Whieler (formerly of New York City's Russian Tea Room and Vail's Game Creek Club) in the kitchen, Plonk is Bozeman's top destination for refined palates. A tin ceiling, screen prints of town founder John Bozeman, and soft lighting are a sore sight for downtown eyes tired of bison heads and rough-hewn timbers. And a Holy Roller, a blend of house-made pecan-infused bourbon and brown sugar, can make you forget you're in Bozeman at all. The menu rotates every three months—as do 30 or so wines on the pour list…but expect New American dishes made from local, organic ingredients such as duck confit with maple leaves or bison tenderloin.
Open daily from 11:30 am to 2 am.