Bon Appetit!

Missoula is home to over 200 restaurants, bars, breweries, coffee shops, and other establishments to whet both your whistle and your appetite.

Dining & Restaurants

See also: Missoula Restaurants and Interviews with Missoula Restaurant Owners & Chefs.

Hungry? Missoula has food and beverage choices for any palette. With more than 200 restaurants, bars, breweries, bakeries, and espresso stands, the Garden City offers all the food amenities found in larger cities, but with a local flavor all of Missoula’s own. Yes, you’ll find the franchise eateries here, but you’ll also find local gems that serve up Missoula’s finest.

Cuisine from all over the world can be found here, including Asian, Eastern Indian, Greek, Vietnamese, Italian, Chinese, Mexican and a tasty mix of American fare.  Several restaurants offer remarkable vegetarian selections.

Many downtown restaurants purchase fresh fruits and vegetable from the Farmers Market during the summer months. Fresh produce is readily available, much of it coming from local gardens. When in season, local Flathead Valley cherries, Bitterroot apples, Dixon melons, and wild-picked mountain huckleberries are Farmers Market favorites and may find their way to local menus.

Whatever you’re craving, you’ll likely find it in Missoula. When choosing where to dine or grab a cup of joe, ask a local resident for a recommendation or use the listings on this site as a guide. You may also search online if you are looking for an authentic Chinese style restaurant.

Visit our Directory of Missoula Restaurants to plan your next meal out.

Also see our Interviews with Missoula Restaurant Owners & Chefs.

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Tim France – Worden’s Market & Deli

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Tim Leegan – The Mustard Seed

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John Powers – The Ranch Club

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Missoula Restaurant Owners & Chefs:
Mike Ramos – Paul’s Pancake Parlor

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Cooking with Beer at Missoula’s Good Food Store

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Missoula Restaurant Owners & Chefs:
Abe Risho – The Silk Road

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Missoula Restaurant Owners & Chefs:
Adam Belarde – The Montana Clubs,Hoagieville & Zimorino’s

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On the Road to The Rocky Mountain Front

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Jackson Hole and Bru Ha Ha

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The Thanks is in the Giving

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Thankful for Spirits – Montana Whiskey and Vodka

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Life is a Buffet

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Go Big, Go Growler

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The Growth of a Nation

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Life on the Fast Food Highway

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The Emergence of Fast Food

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The Evolution of Food in My Lifetime

Blog by Bob Zimorino. " good." If Gordon Gecko had uttered those words back in the original Wall Street, we would have had an entirely different movie. He went the greed route, leaving food wide open f... more

Ten Spoon Winery

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Missoula’s Markets

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Out to Lunch

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Theater in Missoula

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