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Sushi is served family style. It is meant to be shared, our waiter instructs…
This evening turns out to be quite educational, and this is lesson number one. Keeping this information in mind, my group of friends and I bury our heads in our menus. We are eager to discover the offerings of Dave’s Sushi, [...]Continue Reading →
Imagine Bozeman in the 1960’s. The outside world – the cities beyond our enclosed ring of mountains – is in the midst of the swingin’ sixties, music and culture quickly and vastly changing. The winds of changes shift. Social upheaval begins to send warning tremors and shockwaves throughout the country. Way up [...]Continue Reading →
Wandering downtown Bozeman, it is easy to find a burger, pizza, bistro and pub fare, and even authentic Mexican and Mediterranean, but you might not expect to find a tapas bar in the middle of a remote American ski town. However, “Over The Tapas”, situated just half a block off Main Street, [...]Continue Reading →
Get Schooled, Korean Style
Imagine a delectable little Korean oasis in the midst of meat and potatoes country. If you’re looking for a meal that takes you east of the Bridgers guarding our mountain valley, past American shores, past the cities of Europe to lands where spices vary and sesame and garlic play an important [...]Continue Reading →
Erase the surrounding buildings, the traffic, the instant pizza places and soft-serve walk-up places, and you are left with a lone cafe full of hand made pastas, paninis, and salads. The Fresco Cafe is an quaint Italian gem in the midst of Bozeman’s hotel and highway-food district.
Stepping into the little cafe, I was greeted [...]Continue Reading →
Enter The Garage Soup Shack & Mesquite Grill, and be transported to a 1950’s style mechanics garage. Be tuned to perfection by The Garage wait staff, whose service is friendly, attentive, and quick. The fare is good ol’ fashioned American grub – burgers, sandwiches, salads, pasta, and beer and wine.
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Pulling up to Audrey’s Pizza Oven on the corner of Rouse and Peach I could see only the edges of a couple of patio umbrellas because of the deciduous landscape trees bordering the street. I found myself wishing the city didn’t keep requiring landscaping that hides businesses and makes driving visibility difficult [...]Continue Reading →