Restaurants A-Z

Rainbow Ranch

42950 Gallatin Rd, Big Sky

The culinary team at the Rainbow Ranch Lodge consistently delights guests with refined cuisine and classical cooking techniques which transform Montana beef, bison, wild game, and fresh seafood into flavorful works of art.

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The Rocks Tasting Room and Liquor Store

33 Lone Peak Dr, Big Sky

Offering a lunch and dinner menu featuring GMO-free and sustainable products, including flatbreads, charcuterie boards, hummus platters, Vietnamese pho and various salad options. North end liquor store and tasting room.

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Scissorbills Saloon

3 Arrowhead Trl, Big Sky

Scissorbills Saloon is located at the base of Lone Peak in Big Sky, Montana. Open every day at 11am for lunch and serve food into the night. Ski in, from Andesite mountain, after a day on the hill, for a full selection of liquor, Beer and Wine.

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Sliders Deli

91 Big Sky Spur Rd, Big Sky

Local employee and ski bum favorite that offers breakfast & lunch; serving sandwiches, soups, coffee, salads, and hot dishes. Dine-in or take-out. Located inside of the Conoco Gas Station, corner of Highway 191 and Highway 64.

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Tips Up

76 Town Center Ave Unit A1, Big Sky

Tips Up not only worships the art of the fried chicken sandwich, but values having so much room for activities featuring shuffleboard, corn hole, arcade games, and a casino.

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Vista Hall

52 Big Sky Resort Rd, Big Sky

Vista Hall offers a wide variety of on-the-go dining options, with open seating and an expansive deck. Located on the second floor of The Exchange.

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The Wrap Shack

77 Aspen Leaf Dr, Big Sky

With daily specials, homemades soups, rotating yummy margaritas & mojitos, we are the local's favorite for fresh, awesome tasting food. With quick service and awesome food that will leave you more satisfied than any other restaurant in Big Sky…

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Yeti Dogs

50 Big Sky Resort Rd, Big Sky

Gourmet beef and veggie hot dogs with all the toppings, snacks, cold beer, t-shirts, and stickers. Have you tried the famous Yeti Sauce?

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