No matter what brings you to Missoula–school, work, skiing or hiking–you will want to eat.
Our Missoula Bed and Breakfast is a good place to start a culinary tour of Missoula. Each morning during your stay, we’ll prepare an abundance of fresh food for you; perhaps delicate crab crepes or fresh, hot, sweet cinnamon rolls (homemade, of course). We’ll drown you in coffee, if that’s how you like to wake up, or wow you with fresh fruit juices. You may not need to eat again until dinner time.
Yet eat again you eventually will. Fortunately, Missoula has several good restaurants.
Blue Canyon Kitchen & Tavern has a casually elegant atmosphere and offers a fresh twist on many old favorites. Diners may bask in the warmth of the fireplace or sit at the counter and watch what’s happening in the kitchen. The daring are invited to sit at the Chef’s Table, where they work with the culinary team to craft a unique four- or five-course meals with wine pairings.
The Shack Cafe has been feeding Missoulans since 1949. Today, much of the menu is built around locally grown and raised food. This is a good spot for lunch (if you’re still hungry after the breakfast at Blue Mountain Inn). Their dinner specials are very good, too.
Tipus offers a taste of East India. When you’re in the mood to feast on samosas and drink buckets of chai, this is the place for you.
Lolo Creek Steakhouse is a wonderful spot to dine, especially after a day spent out-of-doors. The amazing indoor grill, made from stone and iron, is a wonder to behold. The steaks prepared on it are delicious.