4.5 based on 320 reviews
Left home early to go to Yellowstone Park and stopped in at Cafe Regis for breakfast. Lots of locals were there so we knew we had picked a good place to eat and we weren't disappointed. The meal was very good and had that homemade flavor. Will be stopping in here again when we are up that way. Highly recommended.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
We really enjoyed this little coffee stop. They have lots to choose from (not just coffee). Their roast is a darker blend, but they have a lot to choose from. Their specialty espresso drinks were tasty. Super friendly staff made the visit that much more pleasant. A crew of kids came in after school, it was great to see this establishment so welcoming to them... much like the old soda shops back in the day. Must stop here again!
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Honey's Cafe features Hand-crafted Paninis and Wraps, Homemade Soups, Fresh Salads, Breakfast Burritos and Bagels, accompanied by our Artisan Espresso drinks, Real Fruit Smoothies and local Tea Blends. Relax into our cozy sofas and chairs around the coffee table or visit with friends in the sunny front window. Families will enjoy our Kids Play Area! Check out the local art gracing the walls and browse our superb book selection and unique retail items - each with a story. Open Daily. See you soon!
Loved the food in here. Staff really friendly and food made to order so takes a little longer which we don't mind. Free wifi too .
5 based on 5 reviews
Get there early, the variety they make is amazing but the breads go especially fast (the Cinnamon Raisin, Brioche, Batard, and the creative small loaves that are ideal with soup...). The blueberry oatmeal muffins are a particular favorite and the chocolate chip oatmeal cookies are an addictive treat. Been there a half dozen times, always try a few new things and buy last time's favorites too.
4 based on 399 reviews
Bogart's is a place where you can drink at noon, sing along to your favorite song,tell a naughty joke laugh a little too loud & just let your hair down! We don't judge! World famous margaritas, a slightly nutty staff, & crazy good food.
I've been a customer here since it opened in the '70s. It's changed, along with the town. Once the "finest cellar in Montana," it now only serves wine from boxes. Built as an upscale pizza restaurant, it now specializes in Mexican dishes.
It's been a couple of years since I've visited and it was purchased a couple of years ago by the owner of another local pizza place, which likely explains the new focus on Mexican food (something that has been offered for a number of years.)
The personality remains similar, though there have been some updates. The restrooms have moved forward and are much cleaner and more modern. The walls seem a bit barren and simpler. The menu is simple, though varied. I seem to remember the older menus talking about the history of the building; that no longer appears. My first impression was how expensive things have become.
Mexican dishes vary from about $13 to nearly $18. Drinks are in the $8 to $10 range. Being a big guy, I ordered the "Special Combo" and a drink. $26. (Red Lodge has a local tax, unlike most of Montana.)
The dish was large--plenty filling for me. Tasty and traditional. Chips and salsa were plentiful and refilled if desired. The Combo included a shredded beef taco--one of the best I've eaten in the north country--a shredded beef enchilada and a Chili Relleno. The Relleno was different from what I'm used to. Rather than a breaded & stuffed chili, this was more like a deep-fried, rolled--something. It seemed to have pork served with it. It was tasty, but not a Chili Relleno as I understand it.
The drink was exceptional, though very expensive for it's size and strength.
I was part of a larger table and everyone claims to have enjoyed their meal. All left sated and the Margaritas were said to be excellent.
Like all in the world, things change. I was let down, but not because of the food. I guess I'm just living in the past. This is a good meal, fun atmosphere and reasonable costs--for a resort community.
4 based on 53 reviews
I was with a group, and we all wanted ice cream. The lone woman serving people patiently prepared each dish and treated each customer with respect even though many people were waiting. It was hard to decide which flavor to choose. Most people picked 2 flavors. A nice bench in front of the store was the perfect spot to share stories and watch people walking past.
4.5 based on 288 reviews
Recognized for both excellent food and service, the Carbon County Steakhouse serves memorable “Montana Cuisine” including locally sourced items and natural raised beef; additionally, fresh seafood arrives weekly including their world famous mussels; specialty pastas and salads complete the menu. Carbon County Steakhouse also offers an award winning wine list, full bar and locally brewed ales on tap. Take in a little sun on the newly remodeled patio through the summer months. Dinner reservations recommended.
We love Carbon County Steakhouse! It is a must when we are in Red Lodge for the weekend. Tonight our service was impeccable. Our server took care of our every need and our water glasses were never empty. Our salads came quickly and the homemade bread is delicious. I LOVE their balsamic vinaigrette! My husband’s steak was perfectly rare and mine was perfectly medium. Dessert was divine. They know how to make incredible cream brûlée! Make reservations ahead and plan on going here. It is worth every penny and you won’t leave hungry!
5 based on 11 reviews
Phoenix Pearl Tea Tavern sells both loose-leaf tea and tea by the cup. You'll find tea, herbs, and spices imported from over 20 countries, and blends produced on premises under the Made in Montana program. You can have your tea hot, iced, or prepared as a tea latte or boba tea. Matcha is available in its traditional form (whisked, in a bowl) or as sweet lattes. If you're buying loose-leaf tea, you'll also want to browse the teaware and tea accessories. Most Saturday afternoons there are tea tastings and classes, sampling teas from all over the world. In addition, Phoenix Pearl sells tabletop games (board games & card games), with demos available to play. Every Thursday night is Game Night, where you can either learn a new game or connect with a group of people to play an old favorite.
Whether you are new to tea, a seasoned drinker, or come for game night you will find Phoenix welcoming.
Gary and Gwen's love for tea is palpable when you enter the tavern. Gary's love has translated into a vast knowledge of teas from around the world. Gary's classes regarding various types of teas are great for any level tea drinker as you will likely learn and try something new.
Don't let Gwen's beautiful looks and binary code knowledge fool you. Her nerd knowledge definately extends to tea and she will help find a new & interesting tea for you to try.
They also have a "Daily Bill of Fare" that includes yummy cheese and local meats.
4.5 based on 168 reviews
Busy day in Red Lodge before heading up the Beartooth Highway, we decided on tacos at this taco stand. Limited indoor seating but they also have a patio area with maybe 8 tables. Not a huge selection but a very good meal. Best part, people here are awesome, I left my camera on an outdoor table, and when we realized where it was after 30 minutes, camera was still there!
4 based on 11 reviews
has fancy coffees for all tastes,i didn't try much other than ordinary coffee,as i only drink normal coffee,but others seem to enjoy it
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