Despite being a small town, Great Falls holds its own when it comes to restaurants. The picturesque mountain scenery provide the products used in its local cuisine, with the Montana beef delivering delectable steaks and the streams and grain near the mountain producing great beer. Read our guide to see how much more there is to Great Falls’ dining scene.
Big Sky Bread & Pastry is the brainchild of a German-born baker. Moving to Great Falls in his teens, he attended culinary institutes across America before moving back to Great Falls to start Big Sky, which offers an extensive variety of breads and pastries, as well as a plethora of European breads to try.
Serving sizzling cuts of Montana beef along with lamb, chicken and seafood, the Cattlemen’s Cut Supper Club is a must-visit for fans of prime rib. All soups and sauces are homemade, adding that crucial extra touch that such quality meat deserves. The Supper Club has been delighting Great Falls residents for over 10 years, and have carved a niche for themselves as the destination for any special occasion. So next time you want to celebrate in a place with a warm ambiance and great food, make sure it’s at Cattlemen’s Cut.
The Bowser Brewing Company only recently started serving food, but they’re already going from strength to strength. Chef Kevin Towers was appointed as head chef here, and he tries to use many of Bowser’s own beers in his dishes, giving them a unique edge, from their stout-braised pork tacos to their mac and cheese made with their formidable Jalapeño Hefeweizen.