Food & Nightlife

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Food & Nightlife

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Eating Out

Eating out in the evening is not an option at Bridger Bowl as it has no specific overnight accommodation or facilities. Bozeman is a bit of a culinary desert, but some would say that is reflective of most of central USA.

For good scorched flesh and other accoutrements, try Ted’s Montana Grill in downtown Bozeman.

Bars & Nightlife

There are a couple of bars on the hill at Bridger Bowl, one in the Jim Bridger Lodge (Jimmy B’s Bar and Grill) and the other below the Roundhouse (Grizzly Ridge Station). Our vote is for the Grizzly as the owner lives up to the name (but in the nicest possible way), plus it has an outdoor fire pit, great range of beers and food, plus it is just slightly away from the crowds in the main base lodges.

In Bozeman itself, head to Main St for a range of bars that should keep the sniffles at bay.
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