New Restaurants in Bozeman MontanaSo many new restaurants have opened up just in time for the fall season. We have broken down what's new in the local dining scene! 


  • The upscale French-fusion restaurant sits on the second floor of the newly opened Main Street Market located in the renovated Osborne Building. Enjoy creative cocktails, quality ingredients, and a stunning ambiance! 

Bourbon and BBQ 

  • Enjoy feeling like your right at home while indulging in classic comfort food and a wide range of whiskeys and scotches. What is there not to love? 

Happy Box 

  • Say hello to Bozeman's newest Karaoke Bar! Featuring authentic Asian street food. The extensive cocktail menu and shared starters are perfect for a night out with friends or a fun date night. 

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Fall Activities Bozeman

With September in full swing, and kids are back to school - this is the perfect time to start your fall bucket list! Enjoy this list we have compiled - first let's talk outdoor activities! 

Pumpkin Patches, Seasonal Farms, Hayrides + Apple Picking 
  • Rocky Creek Farm/ Gallatin Valley Botanical: U-Pick Apples and custom cider pressing! 
  • Montana Corn Maze: Grab the kids and embark on their 4.5-acre corn maze! 
  • Bozeman Maze: 5,000 hay bales to create the most epic maze! 
Bobcat Football Season:

Bozeman, MT is known as the home of MSU, so our town is abundant with college energy and school spirit, especially at the beginning of the school year. Between tailgating at Bobcat Stadium, theater performances, and Homecoming, you are bound…

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Montana State Football SeasonIt's that time of year again! There is nothing better than hometown rivalries in the crisp mountain air! Bobcat Nation is more excited than ever, and already gearing up for the annual Cat/Griz game of the season! We have broken down everything you need to know about how to cheer on your team, no matter who's side your own! (Go Cats!)


A classic tradition for Montana State fans to camp out + celebrate. If you are interested in participating check out the Tailgating & Parking Map as well as rules and regulations HERE for the 2021 Season. 

Best Spots in Town To Catch The Game 

  • Rockin' R Bar 
  • El Camino 
  • Sidewinders 
  • The Pour House
  • Montana Ale Works 
  • Outlaw Brewing 
  • MAP Brewing
  • Bozeman Taproom and Spirits
  • The…

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Bozeman Dog Friendly Activities Dog-Friendly Restaurant Porches

  • Feed Cafe 

  • Plonk 

  • Starky’s 

  • Rocking R Bar 

  • Mountains Walking Brewery 

  • MAP Brewing Comany 

  • Lockhorn Cider House 

  • The Club Tavern & Grill

  • Fresco Cafe

  • The Coffee Pot Bakery Cafe 
  • The Western Cafe
  • Korner Klub 


  • The LARK 

  • Lewis & Clark Motel 

  • Microtel Inn & Suites

  • Element 

Off-Leash Dog Parks 


Dog-Friendly Businesses

  • Kenyon Noble
  • Home Depot
  • Ace Hardware

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Montana Summer Activities

With summer winding down, and the buzz of kids getting ready to go back to school. These are a few summer activities we hope you can squeeze in. 

Explore The Lakes 

  • A few of our favorite lakes in the area are Hyalite Resovoir, Fairy Lake, and Ennis Lake. Spend the day picnicking, rent paddleboards, or even a kayak! 

Huckleberry Picking 

  • Whether it's homemade ice cream, craft cocktails, jam, or fresh pies, huckleberries are the perfect addition and are in peak season! (Mid to end of August) Grotto Falls and Lava Lake have known to be a hot spot for picking! 

Plan a Camping Trip 

  • Camping is the perfect end of summer tradition. It is the best way to take time to relax with zero distractions, enjoying what is left of this…

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Independence Day is just around the corner! We wanted to help plan your Fourth of July festivities this week in and around Bozeman.

 Bozeman - Sunday, July 4th, 2020

  • Start the day with some exercise at the 14th annual Race for Independence beginning at 8:30 AM at Reach Inc. Work Center, be sure to pre-register
  • Ennis Rodeo runs from Friday, July 2nd through Sunday, July 4th. Grab your cowboy boots and watch barrel racers and bucking broncos

Best Places to Watch Fireworks (non-professional) 

Get the views from your neighbors at these prime locations.  REMEMBER FIRE DANGER IS HIGH PROCEED WITH CAUTION.

  • River Rock Subdivision Mortar Mayhem
  • Gallatin Regional Dog Park - Sledding Hill
  • Peets Hill
  • The M or Drinking Horse

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Bozeman's golf courses are simply some of the best in Montana, each rating above 4 stars. With stunning mountain views, wide open space, and a short drive away, golfers are sure to get the most out of their day! Below we have listed out each course, and what it has to offer. We have also gone ahead and listed out the subdivisions close by.

So, if you're wanting to ensure you can hop on the green in 10 mins, we have you covered! 

Cottonwood Hills Golf Course
Established in 1984, this 27 hole Championship Course is revered as "Gallatin Valley's Finest Public Course". Cottonwood Hills Golf Course has two courses, a 7,053 yard Premier Course, and the Valley’s only 1,181 yard Executive Par 3 for those beginners. Family owned, Cottonwood is known for…

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Are you like me and moved to Bozeman not too long ago? Today I decided that a road trip to Whitehall was in order.

Fifty-nine miles from Bozeman you will find this unique little town, with a population of less than 20,000 people. When I first pulled in I noticed how many vehicles had mountain bikes hanging from them...I think there is a trail I need to find!

As I was driving through downtown I was immediately in awe of the paintings on the historical buildings. Who was the artist that drew them? How long had they been there? One was dated back to August 1, 1805 by Sergt. Patrick Gass of the Lewis & Clark Expedition..."Our course lay across a large mountain on the north side, over which we had a fatiguing trip of about 11 miles. We then came to the…

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Montana is home to vast mountain ranges, clear blue skies, and wild huckleberries that grow in the higher altitudes. Designated by locals as the "unofficial" state fruit, huckleberries typically grow in Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska.

Some interesting facts about huckleberries is that they are only native to the Northwest region. "Native Americans gathered the berries for food and medicine. As a food source, they were sun-dried or smoked, formed into cakes, and wrapped in leaves to sustain Native Americans through the winter. Huckleberries were also used as medicine to treat heart conditions, pain, and infections." As a bonus, "Huckleberries are full of antioxidants, high in iron, and a good source of vitamin C and…

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Are you looking for a unique, yet luxurious, nights stay in Bozeman?  

Whether you are here for one night, or three, we want you to experience everything Bozeman has to offer. Below we have listed out our TOP favorites, just for you! 

*Photo from RSVP Motel in Bozeman

1. RSVP Motel
Rated #1 in Bozeman, this adorable boutique motel offers travelers upscale services and amenities. Each room is masterfully laid out with unique pieces from Italy, France, and even right here in Bozeman. In the warmer months, you can find most guests relaxing poolside, or eating at RSVP's very own restaurant "The Farmer's Daughter Cafe & Eatery".

If you stay, don't forget to snap a photo for your Instagram! RSVP is known for their cheeky, modern style! Any influencer…

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