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10 Delicious Missoula Restaurants to Try This Winter

Missoula is a hip and trendy town, often called the “best town” for one reason or another, not least of which are the many excellent Missoula restaurants that keep us well fed and satisfied.  Missoula has been rated one of the best towns for beer drinking, mountain biking, and recently, one of the ten best cities for singles. Add to this an incredible range of things to do in Missoula no matter the season, and is it any wonder we love living here?

Winter is a surprisingly great time to visit us at our Missoula Bed and Breakfast.  The crowds here aren’t as busy as they are during the peak summer travel season, and there are still plenty of things to do in Missoula.  A town as diverse as this one truly does offer something for everyone. Whether you want to spend your time outside, at museums, drinking beer with friends, shopping, or eating great food at Missoula restaurants, there are plenty of reasons to make Missoula your next vacation destination.

When you do visit, there’s nowhere better to stay than our Missoula Bed and Breakfast.  We offer incomparable lodging just outside of town. Book your room at our romantic Bed and Breakfast and explore the best Missoula has to offer. Continue reading

Missoula’s First Friday, November 5, 2010

First Friday is gallery night in downtown Missoula. Numerous art galleries and museums stay open late and host openings of new exhibits. The mood is always festive (no matter what the weather is like). Best of all, the heart of downtown Missoula is a short drive from our bed and breakfast Missoula.

Meet Artist Jim Poor at MAM, November 5, 2010.

On Friday, November 5, 2010, Montana artist Jim Poor will be at the Missoula Art Museum. All are welcome to drop by the museum to view six galleries of art between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m., and to join Jim Poor on a gallery tour at 7 p.m.. This is your chance to discover “why he doesn’t separate representational and abstract notions”. You may never look at traditional landscape the same way again. First Fridays at the Missoula Art Museum include wine, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages. It’s a great place to unwind after a day exploring Missoula or the surrounding area.

There are several excellent restaurants near the art museum; whet the appetite with art and satisfy it with food. Sushi aficionados will love Sushi Hana, which serves contemporary and traditional Japanese food – not just fish. The Higgins Alley is said to have some of the finest Italian food in town; try the prosciutto rolls. No trip to Missoula would be complete without at least a drink in The Old Post, a Missoula staple for more than twenty years. It’s a great place to go after dinner, for live music starts every Friday night at 10 p.m..

Our Missoula bed and breakfast currently has openings for the weekend of November 5, 2010. We look forward to seeing you.