Eat, Play & Stay in Bozeman This October

A guide to the Old Western Montana town

Mountain Living is headed to Bozeman for the 2019 Home of the Year Celebration to honor the talent behind this year’s winning home. Get to know the town hosting us with a peek at what the homey, Old-West town has to offer. 


Feast Raw Bar & Bistro

Upscale New American 
Monday-Sunday, 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Photo by Audrey Hall

Although making a name for themselves as a primarily Western town, the dining scene is quite progressive with a wide array of fare waiting for consumption (read: sushi, Italian and steakhouses are all on the menu). 

Awarded as 2019 Diners’ Choice from Opentable, Feast Raw Bar & Bistro puts their own spin on contemporary eats. Standards like elk chops, salmon and bison tenderloin grace the menu–but, there’s also unexpected additions like a raw bar, duck pad tai and miso-honey salmon. 


Gallatin Valley Botanical at Rocky Creek Farm

Tuesdays through Sundays from May through November 

For over 30 years, Rocky Creek Farm has put on an annual Fall Festival, ideal for adults and families alike to admire the autumn harvest. From hayrides to pumpkin picking, to local made goods and fresh ciders, soak in the golden foliage peppering the Montana terrain just a few miles east of Bozeman. 


RSVP Motel

Photo by Whitney Kamman

What started as the old-school Rainbow Motel has blossomed into a gorgeous mountainside boutique. RSVP Motel redefines what a motel is, with its incorporation of lively hues and pastels, cozy spaces and top-tier amenities.

​Photo by Whitney Kamman

40 rooms are included at RSVP, and include furnishings sourced from Italy, France and even local Bozeman designers. An ode to its retro roots and the new-modern era, RSVP has perfected the relationship between upscale, leisure and functionality. 

Read more about where to travel in our 2019 Resort Guide featured in the November/December issue available on October 29. 

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