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Restaurant Reviews

Open Range
Bozeman, MT

14 North
Bozeman, MT

Bozeman, MT

Laurian's Table
(various locations)

COPPER Whiskey Bar & Grill
(photo essay by Blake Maxwell)
Bozeman, MT

Whiskey Jack's Restaurant & Bar
Big Sky, MT

The Emerson Grill
Bozeman, MT

Pizza Campania
Bozeman, MT

The Smiling Moose Deli
Bozeman, MT

Starky's Authentic Americana
Bozeman, MT

The Blackbird Kitchen
Bozeman, MT

John Bozeman's Bistro
Bozeman, MT

Thai Isan
Livingston, MT

Pigsty BBQ
Bozeman, MT

La Palmas
West Yellowstone, MT

Fresco Cafe
Bozeman, MT

Cafe Francais des Arts
Bozeman, MT

Frank's Deli
Bozeman, MT

Willow Creek Cafe & Saloon
Willow Creek, MT

The Fondue Stube
Big Sky, MT

Over the Tapas
Bozeman, MT

Damasco's Pizzeria & Spaghetteria
Belgrade, MT

The Bay Bar & Grille
Bozeman, MT

Pompey's Grill and the Sacajawea Hotel
Three Forks, MT

2nd Street Bistro
Livingston, MT

Ferraro's Fine Italian Restaurant
Bozeman, MT

The Garage
Bozeman, MT

Sweet Chili Asian Bistro
Bozeman, MT

What to do in Bozeman, 9/17 - 9/23

Verge Theater presents "Gruesome Playground Injuries"
Where:  Verge Theater
When:  FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS (9/12 - 9/27), shows at 8 p.m.
Why: The NY Daily News described this quirky off-Broadway hit as "irresistably odd... exciting... (and) darkly humorous." Sounds to me like a serendipitous opportunity for a fall reunion with local theater.


Two new art exhibit openings at MoR
Where:  Museum of the Rockies
When:  Beginning SATURDAY (9/20)
Why:  Including: "Tough by Nature: Portraits of Cowgirls and Ranch Women of the American West" by Lynda Lanker, who "captures the strength and invincible spirit of ranch women and cowgirls in paintings, works on paper and prints"; and "America the Beautiful: The Monumental Landscapes of Clyde Butcher." They tell us Butcher’s visually arresting black and white photographs, emphasized by their epic presentation size, provide a stirring look at the American landscape. 


SPORT -- MSU's Bobcat Triathlon
Where: Bozeman Public Library's large community room
When:  MONDAY (9/22), at 7 p.m.
Why:  A 1000-yard swim, 20K bike ride, and 5K run "d
esigned to be fun and promote engagement with the MSU students." And, well, if the swim just isn't in your bag, the 37th annual John Colter Run is scheduled for Saturday morning, beginning at Headwaters State Park. 


Banned Books Week annual event
Where: Bozeman Public Library, large meeting room
When:  MONDAY (9/17), at 7 p.m.
Why:  Celebrating a couple of the things we love—open access to information, the freedom to read—this year's event will include a focus on graphic novels and comics.


And "the smartest thing you can do in Bozeman this week" is:  

PRESENTATION: Wild Trout: the Story of how Montana Fisheries became World Class Once Again
Where:  Museum of the Rockies
When: THURSDAY (9/18), from 6 - 7 p.m.   
Why: Excerpt from the billing: "In 1974 the State of Montana unofficially made a radical shift in the way it managed its fisheries. It quit stocking fish as the primary means of providing blue ribbon trout fishing in its rivers and streams, relying on natural propagation instead. The story behind this shift in policy reveals a dynamic time in Montana’s environmental history, when a hundred-plus years of settlement, growth and natural resource extraction ran head-long into a handful of pioneering natural resource managers that stood their ground to advocate on behalf of the resource." The presentation will be led by John Byroth.

For the complete 7-day Planner of Bozeman activities and events, visit our Spotlight webpage or check out the 2013 Best of Bozeman.


Editor's note:  If we missed anything in the above list, you are welcomed to add it in the FB comment section below. And if this event planner is not up-to-date, please LINK HERE for our most recent edition of "What to do in Bozeman THIS WEEK."

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Bobcat Triathlon
September 21, 2014
9 a.m.
Montana State University

EXHIBIT OPENING -- Tough by Nature
September 22, 2014
The long title is, "Tough by Nature: Portraits of Cowgirls and Ranch Women of the American West by Lynda Lanker."

Gypsy Rhythm Writer's Group
September 22, 2014
6 p.m.
Bozeman Public Library

Bogert Farmers Market
September 23, 2014
5 - 8 p.m.
Bogert Park

Solar-electric Celebration
September 23, 2014
5:30 p.m.
Emerson Center

LECTURE on Buffalo Bill Cody
September 24, 2014
7 p.m.
Baxter Ballroom
MSU professor Robert Rydell and Utrecht University professor Rob Kroes will discuss “Buffalo Bill in Bologna and Beyond.”
FREE and open to the public.

Rosh Hashanah
September 24, 2014

FILM -- Frank
September 25, 2014
7:30 p.m.
Emerson Center
presented by Bozeman Film Society -- TRAILER

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