Have You Been To Montana’s Best Under The Radar Restaurant?
No matter where you are in Montana, you're bound to find a place with great food. From upscale, to down home, the Treasure State has you covered when it comes to world-class cuisine.
While Montana is well-represented in the culinary world, there are several restaurants that might not be as well known as others. These are places that serve high-quality food but are either off the beaten path or maybe not as popular as other places.
You know the kind of place I'm talking about, a place that if everyone knew just how good it was, there would be a line outside the door. One of those under-the-radar restaurants that are just waiting to be discovered by the masses.
Well, according to our friends over at cheapism.com, the best under-the-radar restaurant in the state is found in Montana's Garden City.
Missoula is home to Boxcar, and according to Cheapism, it's the best of the best when it comes to Montana. So, what makes Boxcar so special? For starters, it's known for incredible food without incredibly high prices. Boxcar has an impressive menu and serves up dishes that might be a little difficult to find across Big Sky Country.
For those that love French cuisine, you will no doubt be impressed with the variety of offerings you will find at this charming Bistro. From the appetizers to the desserts, you can certainly expect a brilliant tour for your taste buds. Oh, and for all of you wine lovers out there, Boxcar has an impressive list that will no doubt result in a pairing of your liking.
So what about the surrounding states?
In Idaho, Delsa's Ice Cream Parlor in Boise was voted the best. Known for its ice cream and delicious food, Delsa's is a little step back in time. The type of place where you can take a date, grab a burger, fries, and then a shake. In Wyoming, the award went to The Coop Rotisserie House in Gillette. The Coop serves up chicken dinners, plus chicken-based dishes like tacos, chimichangas, and so on.
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