If you are wondering what is going into the old Cactus Records storefront, this post has the answer. It also has details on Bozeman's newest sushi restaurant, a social club, a karaoke bar, and a new food truck at The Lark!
1) Ponderosa Social Club
Finally! Bozeman is getting some extra bowling lanes! It is also getting pool tables, well-crafted cocktails, multiple bars, and more at the new Ponderosa Social Club. This club will be located at 515 Aspen Street in the same building as Bourbon in Midtown Bozeman. With a fireplace, views of the Bridgers, a gaming parlor, bowling lanes, and a huge 13,000 sq. ft space, it will be exciting to see how this place shapes up! The Ponderosa Social Club is owned by the owners of The Bay Bar & Grill and is set to open in April 2022. Photo credit: Saul Creative.
2) Onyx Tile Studio
If you’ve been wondering what is taking place of the old Cactus Records storefront downtown, here is your answer. Onyx Tile Studio is a tile and stone showroom for residential and commercial design. According to their website, they offer “white glove service” to those working on their next build or remodel project. This is certainly a big change from the previous tenant and will be an interesting addition to Main Street. Photo credit: https://www.facebook.com/onyxtilestudio.
3) Los Jarochos at The Lark
Los Jarochos is not new to Bozeman. In fact, they started as a Mexican food truck, opened a restaurant, and are now opening another food truck at one of the most popular food truck parking spots in Bozeman, the parking lot at The Lark. They will be moving into the existing Airstream in April and will be serving up what is sure to be delicious Mexican food all summer long.
4) Hachi Sushi Pub
Bozeman has been stepping up its sushi game over the last few years, and the addition of Hachi is no exception. Hachi is a street-casual Japanese restaurant in The Market building at Ferguson Farm, next to Nordic Brew Works. Hachi is owned by the same people who own Foxtrot, Tanglewood, and Sidewinders. Their menu offers a mouthwatering mix of sushi and sashimi as well as other traditional Japanese dishes. Photo credit: whttps://www.facebook.com/Hachi-Sushi-Pub.
5) Happy Box
Happy Box is a private Karaoke Bar in downtown Bozeman serving up Asian street food and unique cocktails. They are located in the basement of the Osborne building downtown. The private rooms are available for reservations at a rate of $15/per person per hour. If you are looking for a unique night out in Bozeman, this looks like a fun choice! Photo credit: https://www.facebook.com/happyboxbzn.
6) El Rodeo
According to just about everyone in our office, El Rodeo is the best Mexican food in Bozeman. They started as a food truck and then started serving at the food court in the Gallatin Valley Mall. Now, they have moved into the old I-Ho’s location on 2631 W. Main Street and are open for business! Speaking of I-Ho’s, they have moved to a new location downtown at 321 W Main Street, just behind the Gallatin History Museum. Photo credit: https://www.facebook.com/El-Rodeo-Taco-Truck
7) F45 Training
F45 Training is a functional training facility that offers 45-minute team workouts with a mix of circuit and hit style exercise. F45 is a franchise with more than 650 locations in the U.S. They are opening a Bozeman location at 2047 W. Oak Street, near Super Chix. The opening date is TBD. You can follow them on Instagram for updates. Photo credit: https://www.facebook.com/F45-Training-West-Bozeman