As much as I love to eat out, I also relish in putting together a thoughtful meal at home with my favorite ingredients. But after this past year, I admit I’m tired of the daily dinner slog. Getting take-out from my favorite restaurants has been a reprieve sorely needed. So as the year comes to a close, I wanted to call attention to new Bozeman restaurants in hopes of supporting them through this difficult time. These intrepid business owners have put it all on the line to open in 2020 and I for one, am excited to show my support – via takeout.
How to support restaurants:
If dining in isn’t an option for you, takeout will surely keep dinner exciting at home. If you are especially pleased, consider leaving a positive review or purchasing gift cards for the holidays! Extra attention like this can make all the difference for local businesses, new and old alike.
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New Bozeman Restaurants To Support In 2020
Casual, upscale Americana dining sourced with Montana ingredients. Named after Fred Fielding Willson, a revered Bozeman architect and designer of the original Armory building now occupied by The Kimpton Hotel.
The Kimpton’s underground whiskey and beer bar infused with a rock-and-roll spirit. Small plate fare, rotating specialty cocktails, and a hefty spirits menu.
Your new favorite frozen yogurt and coffee spot. At Essy’s, coffee is as much a feature as their frozen yogurt: offering Treeline beans, excellent espresso and instagram worthy latte art. Their frozen yogurt and toppings are also a delight and rotate frequently. Find them at the old Topper’s spot off of College St.
Dubbed the go-to spot for beer, chicken, and vinyl. Their eclectic offerings range from 50+ Montana beers and ciders on tap, fire-roasted rotisserie chicken (+ comfort food sides) and a top quality music experience to match. Find them on Huffine near the Farmacy and the Garage.
Recently opened downtown, a fresh seafood and Montana meats grocer right across the street from the Taproom. They offer various kinds of sushi-grade fish plus curated boxes of grill-ables at wholesale prices. With special ordering available to consumers they are a definite stop for making sushi and seafood at home!
Winter is typically a slow season for restaurants in Bozeman
– and after a year like 2020, it’s especially important to support restaurants in this critical time. If you have the means, consider takeout whenever possible to help our food community weather this winter. Many are offering gift card and take-out deals so consider local businesses when doing your holiday shopping this year!