When visiting the theater, there are plenty of dining options nearby.
Please keep in mind that many of the show’s patrons are thinking the same thing you are: a night out on the town. You may want to call to see if reservations are required and allow extra time for your meal to accommodate a full house.
Restaurants are listed in alphabetical order. If coming in from out of town and staying at a local hotel, see if any discounts may apply.
19 North Broadway
At the Northern Hotel. Lighthearted and fun, Bernie’s Diner offers cutting edge comfort food (think Monte Cristo) as well as unique dishes and a soda fountain. Comfortable couches and roomy chairs for reading or chatting give a warm and cozy Montana welcome for breakfast or lunch. It’s the perfect gathering place for hotel guests, local patrons and other travelers. Whether for pleasure or business, your appetite for food or conversation will be more than satisfied. (406) 867-6767
119 N 28th St
Bin 119 serves the highest quality seasonal dishes with a first-class wine and beer selection. Our dining ambiance is pleasantly casual and intimate, with seating available in a charming interior setting or romantic garden patio. Reservations recommended. (406) 294-9119
2417 Montana Avenue
Hooligan’s Sports Bar
109 N Broadway
Hooligan’s Sports Bar IS the BEST DAMN Sports Bar…Period! Featuring over 20 brand new LED Flat Screen TV’s broadcasting your favorite sporting event in High Definition*, the best wings and burgers in town, and ice cold beer! If you’d like to make a reservation for a party for your office or friends, please give us a call at (406) 294-3495.
This cafe has great gourmet lunches and Internet access. They are part of the renovation of our older section of downtown and have a funky location and fun group of people running the place. They also have a vegetarian dish every day. Approximately 4 blocks from the theater. 255-9555
Montana Brewing Company
113 N. Broadway
The locals call this “The Brew Pub;” it’s a local micro brewery with great food for lunch and dinner. Only 1/2 block from the theater. A great place to go before or after the show for a great beer and late night food. Outdoor patio! 252-9200.
Located on the 20th floor in Crowne Plaza. Lounge is street level. 252-7400
3011 1st Avenue North
Traditional Irish pub with great sandwiches, dinner specials and yes, beer. 259-4190.
Raven’s Café d’Art
Located inside Yellowstone Art Museum at 401 N 27th St
Eclectic sandwiches, salads and vegetarian dishes. Tues – Fri, 11-2. 256-6804×247
2525 1st Ave N
Think local diner. Fresh squeezed orange juice and baked goods that are renowned the world over. (406) 248-3060
19 North Broadway
At the Northern Hotel. TEN, our fine dining restaurant with its softly lit, spacious red lounge will bring back memories of the Northern Hotel as the place to meet, greet and enjoy great food and drinks for gracious dinner entertainment. Continue the tradition with TEN’s exceptional meals and service. (406) 867-6767
2401 Montana Ave.
Dining room, bar, patio and grill. Outstanding steaks, prime rib, fresh seafood, specialties and spirits. Call 245-7477 for reservations.
11 a.m. – 9 p.m. | 2305 Montana Avenue | (406) 534-6960
2700 1st Ave. North
Featuring a modern American menu inspired by Mediterranean cooking, influenced by local farmers and ranchers, and focusing on housemade freshness and simplicity. Regionally-brewed artisan ales and lagers, award-winning wine list specializing in the world’s lesser-known gems, house-crafted cocktails using fresh juices, interesting infusions and classic technique. Commonly described as “Urban Montana” with features from over 20 local artists and craftsmen:barbed wire and hand-blown glass chandeliers, cattle guard bar rails, African mahogany and hand-forged metal bar. Attire includes everything from jeans to tuxedos. Perfect center city location between the Crowne Plaza, the Best Western ClockTower Inn and the newly-restored Northern Hotel and a hop, skip and a jump from the Alberta Bair Theater, Yellowstone Art Museum, the financial and hospital districts and the shops of historic Montana Avenue.