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Montana restaurants

Montana is a red-meat state, so menus are usually filled with superb beef and game dishes. Increasingly, however, restaurants are taking on a wider range of influences including Southern and Pacific Rim. (Thank—or blame—the second-homers and privacy-seeking movie stars). A trend of pushing local, seasonal, and often organic ingredients has also taken hold, making for some interesting and intensely regional dining.
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Babb Bar Cattle Baron Supper Club, Babb

The best follow-up to a trip through Glacier National Park is a mountain-size cut of beef at this top-notch steakhouse, just east of Many Glacier. Pull up a red...more

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Blackbird Kitchen, Bozeman

It may be in Bozeman, but peasant-chic Italian restaurant Blackbird Kitchen could easily hold its own in Brooklyn, San Francisco, or any other urban hipster...more

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Buck's T-4, Gallatin Gateway

Don't let the location fool you. Although Buck's T-4 is part of the Best Western on Highway 191, any carnivorous epicurean within a few hundred miles will point...more

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Iron Horse Brew Pub, Missoula

Maybe it's Missoula's northern latitude and long summer evenings that call for lingering downtown, getting an outdoor table, and grabbing a simple grilled...more

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La Provence, Bigfork

After turns at the Four Seasons London and the Ritz-Carlton in Naples, Florida, chef Marc Guizel brings southern French cuisine to Big Fork, an upscale resort...more

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Montana Ale Works, Bozeman

The smoke-free atmosphere—a rarity in live-and-let-live (and free-to-light-up) Montana—is a favorite of Bozeman's younger crowd. You'll find...more

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Plonk, Bozeman

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,...more

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Second Street Bistro, Livingston

Livingston, a tiny town at the mouth of Paradise Valley, is home to writer, artist, and actor transplants (including Tim Cahill, Peter Fonda, and Margot...more

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Sir Scott's Oasis Steak House, Manhattan

The best steakhouse in Montana. You'll find yourself in front of a phonebook-sized T-bone steak so tender you'll wonder why your server brought a...more

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Stockyard Café, Bozeman

You'll know that you're almost to the Stockyard Café when you see the old grain elevator. This favorite hole-in-the-wall is known for its hearty...more

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