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Restaurant Reviews

Open Range
Bozeman, MT

14 North
Bozeman, MT

Roost
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
 

 
Spotlight
What to do in Bozeman, 8/27 - 9/2

MUSIC -- End of the Summer Celebration at Live from the Divide
Where:  Live from the Divide / Peach Street Studios
When:  WEDNESDAY (8/27) through SATURDAY (8/30)
Why: Quite the line-up: The Sweetback Sisters on Wednesday, 10 String Symphony on Thursday, The Mother Hips on Friday, and the 'End of the Summer Celebration' on Saturday. These 60-minute shows aren't cheap, but that doesn't mean they're not of musical value.
 

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Open Mic Poetry
Where:  Bozeman Public Library
When:  FRIDAY (8/29), at 7 p.m. - midnight
Why:  "From sonnet to slam, all genres are welcome."  The Bozeman Poetry Collective presents every month an open mic forum to share and experience poetry. Poets and enthusiasts alike listen to talented poets from across the valley share their original works, as well as a variety of readings from the works of their favorite poets. 

 

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FAMILY -- Ennis on the Madison Fly Fishing Festival
Where: Ennis, Mont.
When:  FRIDAY (8/29) and SATURDAY (8/30)
Why:  They've sure put together a sporting and thorough schedule of events, including invasive species info sessions, a BBQ, live music, and lots of big raffles (I want that Clackacraft). Yes, we do plan on accepting the challenge to "Tie one on" this weekend.

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SPORT -- Turkey, Sharp-Tailed Grouse, Mountain Grouse, Sage Grouse & Partridge Seasons Begin
Where: M-O-N-T-A-N-A
When:  MONDAY (9/1)
Why:  Last week's cold temps had a few Bozemanites scrambling to find their heavy jackets.  We recommend they also dig out their blaze orange—and don't forget the fall color for Fido, either.


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

Cooking demonstrations daily at the MoR's Living History Farm
Where:  Museum of the Rockies
When: TUESDAY (9/2), daily, through SUNDAY (9/21)    
Why:  Localvores, eat yer garden out. The billing: "Costumed interpreters will take you back in time as you learn how meals were prepared in the 1890s. Help them bake bread in a wood-burning stove, can vegetables from the garden, make butter, or grind meat for dinner. Become a part of the wonderful smells of home cooked meals every morning and afternoon at the Living History Farm. Demonstrations change daily and participation varies based on each activity." 
 

 

 

 

 


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

-TBM

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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