Where Great Food Meets Small Town Hospitality – Karen’s Top 5
There are some great places to eat around here that aren't that far away. Looking for new places to eat or maybe to try something new. How about a little road trip for outstanding food and great atmosphere?
Here are My Top Five “Almost Secret” Places to Eat:
Well worth the drive for the rustic atmosphere and HUGE steaks. Located on the East Rose Bud River at the foothills of the Beartooth Mountains, 68 miles south of Billings on Highway 78 in Roscoe Montana. The Grizzly Bar is known for its mouth watering prime rib and ice cold beer.
Located just a few minutes past Bozeman, this small little restaurant serves up a big meal. Locally famous for outstanding steaks and seafood, they have a full USDA choice and prime graded steak, prime rib and seafood menu. All steaks are aged and hand cut on premises. The Oasis Steakhouse is where you'll find a pure Montana casual atmosphere.
Nestled in the foothills of the Beartooth Mountains and located in historic Red Lodge, Carbon County Steakhouse offers a casual fine dining atmosphere with a rustic, old west flare. They are dedicated to providing the highest quality service and cuisine. Their beef is all natural Angus and is hand-cut to ensure freshness. They also offer a great selection of seafood, including signature mussels that are flown in twice weekly.
Family owned and operated for years, they still serve fresh homemade food. The Owl Cafe opened back in August of 1912. In 1996, Linda Frickel bought the restaurant for reasons still unknown. To this day Linda and her son Dirk strive to make all dishes in house with only the best possible local products available. I love their a-la-carte breakfast and lunch menu, you always get just what you want.
The Feedlot Steakhouse truly is a diamond in the rough. Their menu has something for everyone! They have the most savory, mouth-watering steaks, prime rib (definitely my favorite on the menu), and seafood in all of central Montana. Dig into their unique steak, rib or chicken pitchfork.