The southern Montana city of Bozeman is renowned for being one of the ‘most livable places’ in the country due to the plethora of fantastic outdoor activities to enjoy such as hiking, mountain biking, backcountry exploring, rock climbing, wildlife watching, and skiing. The beautiful mountain town is also home to thriving arts and culture communities, bustling farmers markets, museums, theaters, art galleries, and a melting pot of restaurants with diverse cuisine and romantic ambiances for intimate dining. Here are some of Bozeman’s best restaurants for date night. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
2.Feast Raw Bar & Bistro
5.Rice Fine Thai Cuisine
8.Wasabi Japanese Steak House
8 Best Restaurants in Bozeman, Montana
- Blacksmith Italian, Photo: Blacksmith Italian
- Feast Raw Bar & Bistro, Photo: Feast Raw Bar & Bistro
- Fresco Cafe, Photo: Fresco Café
- Plonk Bozeman, Photo: Plonk Bozeman
- Rice Fine Thai Cuisine, Photo: Rice Fine Thai Cuisine
- Seven, Photo: Seven
- Squire House, Photo: Squire House
- Wasabi Japanese Steak House, Photo: Wasabi Japanese Steak House
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More Ideas: Howlers Inn B&B and Wolf Sanctuary
Howlers Inn Bed and Breakfast offers luxurious accommodations, upscale amenities, country-style home-cooked cuisine, and gracious hospitality. Guestrooms have en-suite bathrooms with showers, comfortable décor, and breathtaking views, and facilities at the Inn include a hot tub and Finnish sauna, an outdoor playset and pool table, and an exercise room. The guesthouse has a fully-equipped kitchen for self-catering purposes and activities in the area range from hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing, wildlife watching, and visiting the nearby Yellowstone National Park. The two charming western towns of Bozeman and Livingston are a short drive away and have plenty of restaurants, cafés, shops, and entertainment.
Howlers Inn Bed and Breakfast feature three well-appointed and comfortably furnished guest rooms with rustic décor and log furnishings. All guest rooms have queen-size beds with pillow-top mattresses, high-quality linens, down comforters and plush pillows, and en-suite bathrooms with bath/shower combinations, fresh towels, bathrobes, and branded toiletries. Sitting areas have comfy armchairs, and modern amenities include mini-fridges, microwaves, flat-screen televisions with cable channels and DVD players, hairdryers, and complimentary wireless Internet.
The Southwest Room has a log queen-size bed with pillow-top mattress, high-quality linens, down comforter and plush pillows, and an en-suite bathroom with bath/shower combinations, fresh towels, bathrobes, and branded toiletries. The room also has a walk-in closet, and modern amenities include mini-fridge, microwave, flat-screen television with cable channels and DVD player, hairdryer, and complimentary wireless Internet.
Boasting beautiful views of the Bridger mountains and rolling hills, the Aspen Room features two queen-size beds with pillow-top mattresses, high-quality linens, down comforters and plush pillows, and en-suite bathrooms with bath/shower combination, a skylight, fresh towels, bathrobes, and branded toiletries. The roo also offers a writing desk and chair, an extra vanity sink in the bedroom, a large walk-in closet, and modern amenities such as a mini-fridge, microwave, flat-screen television with cable channels and DVD player, hairdryer, and complimentary wireless Internet.
The Western room offers unsurpassed luxury with spectacular views of the Absaroka and Bridgers Mountains and the wolf sanctuary. The spacious bedroom has a king-size log bed with pillow-top mattress, high-quality linens, down comforter and plush pillows, and an en-suite bathroom with dual vanities, a walk-in shower, and oversized jetted bathtub, fresh towels, bathrobes, and branded toiletries. Modern amenities include a mini-fridge, microwave, flat-screen television with cable channels and DVD player, hairdryer, and complimentary wireless Internet.
The guesthouse has a fully equipped kitchen for self-catering purposes.
Amenities and Recreation
Amenities at theHowlers Inn Bed and Breakfast include a hot tub and Finnish sauna, an outdoor playset and pool table, and an exercise room. The guesthouse has a fully-equipped kitchen for self-catering purposes and activities in the area range from hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing, wildlife watching, and visiting the nearby Yellowstone National Park.
Howlers Inn Bed and Breakfast is also home to the Wolf Sanctuary at Howlers Inn, which was set up to house captive-bred wolves that cannot be released into the wild. The Sanctuary has two separate enclosures where guests can view and photograph the wolves in their natural habitats.
Snuggled in the Gallatin Valley surrounded by the mighty Rocky Mountains, Bozeman is a lively university town with a diverse choice of attractions and activities. With more than 300 sunny days a year, Bozeman, Montana, is a four-season tourist destination for visitors of all ages. With Yellowstone Park just a short drive away, miles of hiking and biking trails through Gallatin National Forest, rivers and streams full of fish, fabulous skiing in the winter, great museums, its own symphony orchestra, theatre, opera and ballet, Bozeman, MT, is a city that is very easy to fall in love with.
3185 Jackson Creek Road, Bozeman, MT 59715, Phone: 888-469-5377
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More Ideas: American Computer and Robotics Museum
Originally named the American Computer Museum, the American Computer and Robotics Museum focuses on the history of robotics, artificial intelligence, communications, and computing. Located in Bozeman, the museum was established in 1990 as a non-profit organization by George and Barbara Keremedjiev. Initially, the museum was meant to be built in Princeton, New Jersey. However, the site location changed to Bozeman when the founders of the museum moved to the city.
The American Computer and Robotics Museum is considered to be the oldest extant museum in the world dedicated to the history of computers. The title originally was held by The Computer Museum, located in Boston, but that museum closed its doors in 1999. The mission of the museum is "to collect, preserve, interpret, and display the artifacts and history of the information age."
There are numerous permanent exhibits on display throughout the American Computer and Robotics Museum. The Brains & Thinking Machines exhibit comprehensively focuses on automation, robotics, and artificial intelligence. Popular science fiction and technological expectations of America are showcased in The Age of American Optimism - 1939-1969. The Cal Tech exhibit displays the first original prototype of the pocket calculator and the first successful prototype of the electronic handheld calculator.
Another exhibit at the American Computer and Robotics Museum illustrates 1,700 years of women in technology and science. Visitors can see autographed items and original documents from many women who have greatly contributed to the sciences, including Ride, Franklin, Goodall, Currie, Lovelace, and Lavoisier among others. The unique The Apple 1 and the Altair exhibit focuses on the origins and history of Apple, Inc. There is an emphasis in the exhibit on Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, the Apple 1 Computers, and several photographs, documents, and other historic company artifacts. Also on display are an Altair Computer, as well as an original Popular Electronics Magazine from January 1975 that announced the Altair signed by Monte Davidoff, Paul Allen, Bill Gates, and Ed Roberts.
There are many other exhibits to be seen at the American Computer and Robotics Museum, such as Texting from the Babylonians through the Telegraph, which features a replica of a Gutenberg Press. Wired and Wireless Communications focuses televisions, radios, mobile phones, phonographs, and the earliest telephones. Other exhibits include Weaving Looms to Punched Cards to Software; Personal Computers and Video Games; Four Generations of Computers Using Relays, Vacuum Tubes, Transistors and Chips; and Internet History, Miniaturization and a Comparison of an Actual Human Brain and a Personal Computer.
The collection of computing and robotic artifacts and other items at the American Computer and Robotics Museum includes much more than what's displayed in the already mentioned exhibits. Among the many holdings of the museum is a replica of a Antikythera mechanism, the earliest known geared mechanism from 100 BC. Other items include the Minuteman 1 Missile Guidance Computer, an Apollo Guidance Computer borrowed from the Smithsonian, and signed microcomputing artifacts. Visitors can also see Electronic, electrical, and mechanical toys, such as Pong and Consul the Educated Monkey, as well as an industrial robot.
2023 Stadium Drive, Bozeman, Montana, Phone: 406-582-1288
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