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Kathryn’s guidebook

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Kathryn’s guidebook

Restaurants
Livingston has a wide variety of restaurants to meet most culinary desires, whether it’s a bison burger, sushi, vegetarian specialty, local beef, or diner food. Several restaurants participate in Western Sustainability Exchange’s Montana Farm to Restaurant campaign, ensuring that their food is locally produced using sustainable agricultural techniques.
Faye's Cafe offers breakfast and lunch all day Sunday through Wednesday from 7:00 a.m to 1:00 p.m. They strive to share smiles and happiness!
Faye's Cafe
415 E Lewis St
Faye's Cafe offers breakfast and lunch all day Sunday through Wednesday from 7:00 a.m to 1:00 p.m. They strive to share smiles and happiness!
Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner. Fabulous wood fired oven pizza, hearty grass fed beef burgers, drinks, and more!
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Gil's Goods
207 West Park Street
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Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner. Fabulous wood fired oven pizza, hearty grass fed beef burgers, drinks, and more!
Located in the heart of Southwestern Montana, the Livingston location was the original Chop House that began May 22, 2001. In 2004 they relocated a few blocks down from the original location to an old railroad receiving warehouse, just a few feet away from the main line of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad, which is now known as Montana Rail Link. The food is fun, the service is great, and you will leave knowing you didn't just have dinner but a dining experience.
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Montana's Rib And Chop House
305 East Park Street
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Located in the heart of Southwestern Montana, the Livingston location was the original Chop House that began May 22, 2001. In 2004 they relocated a few blocks down from the original location to an old railroad receiving warehouse, just a few feet away from the main line of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad, which is now known as Montana Rail Link. The food is fun, the service is great, and you will leave knowing you didn't just have dinner but a dining experience.
2nd Street Bistro opened its doors in the Historic Murray Hotel, Livingston, MT during the spring of 2004. They are rooted in the simple belief that great food and wine make life more enjoyable. Recently highlighted on Anthony Bourdain's "No Reservations", they are also the proud recipients of numerous regional 'Best Of' awards, including "Best Fine Dining", "Best Service", "Best Wine List", "Best Martini" and "Best Chef". Join them for a taste of refined authenticity! Above all else, they are committed to supporting the local economy and sustainable products. Their number one goal is to support our unique community of independent farmers, ranchers, artists, and professionals. If they can buy it locally, they will. If they can't buy it locally, they will seek out sustainable products. When you walk into the Bistro, you can be sure you are making a positive impact on our community and beyond.
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2nd Street Bistro
123 North 2nd Street
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2nd Street Bistro opened its doors in the Historic Murray Hotel, Livingston, MT during the spring of 2004. They are rooted in the simple belief that great food and wine make life more enjoyable. Recently highlighted on Anthony Bourdain's "No Reservations", they are also the proud recipients of numerous regional 'Best Of' awards, including "Best Fine Dining", "Best Service", "Best Wine List", "Best Martini" and "Best Chef". Join them for a taste of refined authenticity! Above all else, they are committed to supporting the local economy and sustainable products. Their number one goal is to support our unique community of independent farmers, ranchers, artists, and professionals. If they can buy it locally, they will. If they can't buy it locally, they will seek out sustainable products. When you walk into the Bistro, you can be sure you are making a positive impact on our community and beyond.
Mustang is located in historic downtown Livingston, Montana at the North Entrance to Yellowstone Park and at the heart of Paradise Valley. It has always been a favorite of locals and celebrities alike for it’s casual yet elegant setting and classic gourmet food. They've always been known for their fabulous lunches and spot-on catering, and now you can experience that same quality at night with dinner!
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Mustang Fresh Food
112 North Main Street
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Mustang is located in historic downtown Livingston, Montana at the North Entrance to Yellowstone Park and at the heart of Paradise Valley. It has always been a favorite of locals and celebrities alike for it’s casual yet elegant setting and classic gourmet food. They've always been known for their fabulous lunches and spot-on catering, and now you can experience that same quality at night with dinner!
Breweries
Our beers win awards and our brewhouses are friendly.
Neptune's Brewery is a quaint sea-themed, oasis in the small mountain town of Livingston, MT. They serve a variety of brewed-on-site hand crafted beers along with fresh, hand-rolled sushi and a full American pub menu. They typically have 8-10 beers on tap at any time, all made in house, and they have 1 tap pouring Kombucha that is brewed at Livingston's Geyser Farms. Their fresh fish is flown to them overnight fresh off the boat in Hawaii. For those who aren't fans of sushi, they have a hot food menu featuring fish and chips, and tacos and burgers as well. Bring your group, they've got something delicious for everyone. As a small business owned by Jon Berens and Lauren Silano, they hold our community near and dear; everything they do is in an effort to improve our town, the lives of the people living here, and their wonderful employees. Come on down, eat great food and always, Drink Like A God.
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Neptune's Brewery
119 North L Street
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Neptune's Brewery is a quaint sea-themed, oasis in the small mountain town of Livingston, MT. They serve a variety of brewed-on-site hand crafted beers along with fresh, hand-rolled sushi and a full American pub menu. They typically have 8-10 beers on tap at any time, all made in house, and they have 1 tap pouring Kombucha that is brewed at Livingston's Geyser Farms. Their fresh fish is flown to them overnight fresh off the boat in Hawaii. For those who aren't fans of sushi, they have a hot food menu featuring fish and chips, and tacos and burgers as well. Bring your group, they've got something delicious for everyone. As a small business owned by Jon Berens and Lauren Silano, they hold our community near and dear; everything they do is in an effort to improve our town, the lives of the people living here, and their wonderful employees. Come on down, eat great food and always, Drink Like A God.
Katabatic Brewing Company is ready to take craft beer in Montana to the next level. Katabatic was founded by Montanans that are passionate about crafting full-bodied beer and building a local beer culture based on Montana traditions. Their beers embody Montana's individualistic pride, majestic scenery and tough past. Their tagline, "Rugged, Yet Refined," captures the rugged mountains that surround Livingston and the refined quality of their beer.
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Katabatic Brewing Company
117 West Park Street
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Katabatic Brewing Company is ready to take craft beer in Montana to the next level. Katabatic was founded by Montanans that are passionate about crafting full-bodied beer and building a local beer culture based on Montana traditions. Their beers embody Montana's individualistic pride, majestic scenery and tough past. Their tagline, "Rugged, Yet Refined," captures the rugged mountains that surround Livingston and the refined quality of their beer.
Their specialty is in brewing high-quality beer. They have an ever-changing line up of all different types of Ale. Their intention is to constantly seek out new types of beers and experiment with all different flavors. If you like one of their beers, make sure to fill up a growler because it may be replaced with a new delicious beer on your next visit!
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Beehive Basin Brewery
245 Town Center Ave
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Their specialty is in brewing high-quality beer. They have an ever-changing line up of all different types of Ale. Their intention is to constantly seek out new types of beers and experiment with all different flavors. If you like one of their beers, make sure to fill up a growler because it may be replaced with a new delicious beer on your next visit!
The owners of Bridger Brewing are thrilled to provide our Bozeman community with unique hand-crafted brews, fresh artisan-style pizzas, and more. Their team is made of passionate individuals who consider opening Bridger Brewing a dream come true. Cheers!
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Bridger Brewing
1609 South 11th Avenue
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The owners of Bridger Brewing are thrilled to provide our Bozeman community with unique hand-crafted brews, fresh artisan-style pizzas, and more. Their team is made of passionate individuals who consider opening Bridger Brewing a dream come true. Cheers!
Enjoy great, hand-crafted beers at Bozeman's newest craft brewery and tasting room.
Bunkhouse Brewery
1216 West Lincoln Street
Enjoy great, hand-crafted beers at Bozeman's newest craft brewery and tasting room.
Yellowstone
As the original “Gateway to Yellowstone National Park,” Livingston, Montana, is perfectly situated for short day trips or multi-day tours to Yellowstone National Park. Hiking, geyser gawking, fishing, photography tours, wildlife watching, and wildflower walks fill a summer day. Winter brings cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, wolf watching, and hot springs surrounded by snowflakes.
Colorful bacterial mats radiating from a steaming, azure pool make Yellowstone’s largest hot spring an otherworldly scene and a bucket-list stop for many photographers. A short walk from the Fairy Falls Trailhead leads to the only overlook with an elevated view of the landscape (shown here). The boardwalks in the Midway Geyser Basin offer a ground-level vantage point.
Grand Prismatic Spring
Colorful bacterial mats radiating from a steaming, azure pool make Yellowstone’s largest hot spring an otherworldly scene and a bucket-list stop for many photographers. A short walk from the Fairy Falls Trailhead leads to the only overlook with an elevated view of the landscape (shown here). The boardwalks in the Midway Geyser Basin offer a ground-level vantage point.
Capturing a photo of this famous waterfall may involve visiting several viewpoints depending on time of day and weather. Brink of Lower Falls, Lookout Point, Uncle Tom’s Trail, and Artist Point all provide equally great, yet different, perspectives. On sunny days, a rainbow forms in the spray below the falls.
Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River
Capturing a photo of this famous waterfall may involve visiting several viewpoints depending on time of day and weather. Brink of Lower Falls, Lookout Point, Uncle Tom’s Trail, and Artist Point all provide equally great, yet different, perspectives. On sunny days, a rainbow forms in the spray below the falls.
Timing is everything when it comes to geysers, so arrive early if you want a front-row seat, and be ready to shoot since Old Faithful reaches its peak height shortly after it starts erupting.
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Old Faithful Geyser
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Timing is everything when it comes to geysers, so arrive early if you want a front-row seat, and be ready to shoot since Old Faithful reaches its peak height shortly after it starts erupting.
Wildflower season begins in April at lower elevations (Mammoth Hot Springs) and reaches the mountains in July when slopes around Dunraven Pass become a carpet of yellow flowers.
Dunraven Pass
Wildflower season begins in April at lower elevations (Mammoth Hot Springs) and reaches the mountains in July when slopes around Dunraven Pass become a carpet of yellow flowers.