The Bacchus Pub is Downtown Bozeman's classic old-world style pub, located on Main Street in the Historic Baxter hotel. Now serving lunch and dinner, menu items include traditional pub fare and interesting dishes from around the world as well as American classics. Come on down for a pint and a bite "because eating in the pub is more fun than drinking in a restaurant."
Bar IX is an industrial, rustic Montana bar offering Bozeman's best happy hour from 5-9 with daily drink specials; followed by the hottest night life Bozeman has to offer. Located at 311 E. Main St. and opened 365 days a year with a seasonal creek side bar.
The Baxter Hotel offers a beautifully restored ballroom for parties, weddings and special events. The historic Baxter Hotel is also home to the popular downtown businesses; Ted\'s Montana Grill, La Chatelaine Chocolates, the Bacchus Pub, and The Baxter Wine Bar.
Haynes Pavilion is a seasonal indoor ice arena located at the Gallatin Country Fairgrounds and operated by the non-profit Bozeman Hockey Club, BAHA Youth, Adult Hockey programs, and Bozeman Figure Skating Club. Offering live hockey, public skating, learn to skate lessons, and more; see website for full ice schedule (late September- mid April).
The Fraternal Order of Eagles is a non-profit organization dedicated to "people helping people". Our club is one of the last old time Downtown Bozeman Bars and is open to the public. Live music on the weekends, pool tournaments, and burgers on Friday's (Thrusdays in the summer!). Steaks on the first Satruday of each month- come join us at 316 East Mains Street!
Established in 1977, The Leaf & Bean is Bozeman's original coffee house and bakery, and is as well known for its gourmet fare as for its cozy atmosphere and community spirit. "The Bean" offers a full menu of coffee and drinks, live music, wireless internet, and has been consistently voted Bozeman's best coffee in an annual local poll.
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Santa Fe Reds is a locally owned Southwest Mexican casual family dining restaurant with an emphasis on made from scratch cooking. A high energy bar for the late night crowd. Opening with a great value lunch and serving dinner until 10:00pm.
In Bozeman, guests of Ted’s Montana Grill know that authentic food at a great value is what they will find in each and every meal. Our classic American entrées, such as gourmet Bison and Certified Angus Beef burgers, Cedar Plank Salmon and Cranberry Glazed Roasted Chicken, are 100% fresh and made with only the finest ingredients. In addition to our great food, visit our wine bar in the lobby of the Baxter Hotel and enjoy local musicians during our year-long live music series. Sun. – 11am to 9pm, Mon - Thurs. 11am to 10pm, Fri. - Sat. 11am to 11pm.
The Bozeman Bowl is a bowling center with a full service bar, snack bar, pro shop and meeting room available for rent. We have weekday beer specials and a full line of bowling equipment, with the availability to order billiard equipment, for sale. Book your business and birthday parties here.
Opened in 2006 in the historic Montana Motor Supply building, Wild Joe's Coffee House just completed an extensive remodel. With seating for up to 99, it's the "go-to" meeting space and social hub of downtown Bozeman. Serving Rainforest Alliance Certified espresso drinks, coffee, organic teas, smoothies and much more. Also downtown's outpost for Sweet Pea Bakery, Granny's Donuts and Bagelworks. Super fast Wi-Fi, live music and special events on weekends, and local artists displayed on the walls.
line Live music, DJ's and drink specials in the swanky surroundings of the Zebra. Log onto our website for upcoming entertainment and specials.
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