Another first for Bozeman, Vahalla is Bozeman’s very first meadery! Their doors are open and they are serving up a wide variety of meads playing with flavor combinations like beet & ginger, blood orange, and hop. Aside from the delicious drinks, they have an impressive menu of Scandinavian style cuisine with smoked salmon melts, baked brie, salmon chowder and mead-poached pears with homemade ice cream. YUM! They are hosting happy hours, open mics and live music at their location on Bridger Drive – this is going to be a happening place! Photo credit: Facebook-Valhalla Meadery.
The first vegan restaurant in Bozeman! Farmacy restaurant is a “fast-casual” plant-based restaurant on Bozeman’s west side in the new Barn District. The restaurant will feature items like “farm bowls”, vegan burgers as well as a few non-vegan menu items made mostly from local ingredients. Set to open in the summer of 2019, you can find Farmacy Bistro at 93 Rowland Road, Bozeman, Montana. Photo credit: Instagram-bozemanfarmacy.
Indoor axe throwing is all the rage these days, and it's spreading to Bozeman. Lumberjaxe Throwing Co. which is based in Missoula will be opening up an axe-throwing centre in Bozeman this fall. Details are scarce at this point but Bozemanites will have access to the axe throwing lanes, spaces for events or parties and even an axe-throwing league. Photo credit: Facebook-Lumberjaxe Throwing Co.
You may have already tried Brando’s Buffalo Sauce, but now Brando’s Wing Co is expanding and opening up a restaurant on West Main Street where you can enjoy his delicious wings any time! This will be the only locally owned wings restaurant in town. They will also serve salads, burgers, baked potatoes, beans, and rice. The best news? Brando’s Wing Co will have a pick-up window so you can grab your favorite wings to go! Photo credit: Facebook - Brando's Wing Co.
One of Bozeman’s long-standing and much-loved restaurants The Garage closed its doors to undergo a big facelift. When it reopens, it will be known as SHINE Beer Sanctuary + Bottle Shop. SHINE is expected to carry over the things we loved most about the Garage while rebranding its self as “fine casual” with customizable food, 30+ beers on tap and a wine selection. After the remodel, the space will include a second level patio, curated beer bar, a “taste & bake bottle shop” and more. The best news of all this is that the classic street-level patio we’ve all come to love will stay as is. Photo credit: Facebook-Shine Beer Sanctuary.
If you have a sweet tooth, chances are you’ll be very excited about this new Bozeman business. The M Donut Factory will be serving up fresh, homemade donuts that taste as good as they look! They will be located at 2047 W Oak, near Buffalo Wild Wings. Photo credit: Facebook - The M Donut Factory.
If you haven't heard of float therapy yet, you may want to check it out! Zero Gravity Floating is a new float center in Bozeman that allows you to experience the benefits of sensory deprivation tanks. Flotation therapy has known to help people with stress, pain, injuries, depression, and anxiety. Zero gravity is located on West Main Street and 7th Ave, they offer flexible scheduling, massages, audio therapy and much more. Visit their website for details. Photo credit: Facebook - Zero Gravity Floating.
Whether you go for the tacos or the tequila, Nina’s Tacos in downtown Bozeman is certainly worth a visit! Located on Mendenhall in the 5 West Building, Nina’s Tacos is run by the owners of Urban Kitchen and Salted Carmel Café. The concept is a chefs’ take on Mexican street food with ceviche, dirty rice and a huge selection of tequilas. It’s a fun, modern, brightly colored space that will put anyone in a good mood!
Town and Country has been leasing the store on 19th Avenue since 1971. Rumor has it the name "Town and Country" was born because the location on 19th had town...
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