Bozeman Pubs & Sports Bars
Looking for a place to wet your whistle? Drop in for a cold one at a local Bozeman pub or sports bar. Saddle up to the bar or pull up a chair and nosh on nibblies while watching the game. Pubs and sports bars usually feature a full menu and TVs for watching major sports events. Be sure to read all about Bozeman's pubs and sports bars in the descriptions below along with maps and reviews.
This pub provides a lively environment in which customers can relax and enjoy a tipple or two. The pub organizes a 'run to the pub' event around St Patrick's Day and has other events during the year.
Touted as one of Bozeman's top hang outs, Montana Ale Works caters to a wide variety of clientele. The locally-owned and operated restaurant and bar is situated in a restored railroad warehouse and blends hip with historic for a trendy yet unique ambiance. University students and alumni go for the bar and the billiards area, local professionals gather in the dining lounge and tourists always welcome the chance to dine in the historic freight car.
Part of the historic Baxter Hotel on the corner of Main Street and Wilson, the Bacchus Pub is a Bozeman landmark. The pub features high booths and an old-world bar, and serves a menu of both American and international favorites. Open for drinks, lunch and dinner.
Wings and tenders from the BBQ as well as southwest chicken queso wraps and pulled pork sandwiches grace the menu at this chain restaurant. It has a couple of locations in Montana including this one on Oak St.
Not as upscale as its name suggests, the Crystal Bar is a local Bozeman favorite with the city's college students, outdoor enthusiasts and passers-through. The bar is located on Main Street in Bozeman's historic downtown and features a low-key, casual atmosphere with an outdoor patio in summer.
For as long as most can remember, the Haufbrau has been a Bozeman hangout. Unpretentious and low-key, the hole in the wall pub is located just off Main Street in the center of town and is popular with university students, hippies and open-mic fans.
Spanish Peaks Brewing Company
Specializing in hand-crafted Rocky Mountain-style ales that are all natural, brewed from pale malted barley, Pacific Northwest hops, spring water and ale yeast. Open for lunch and supper. The menu features pizza baked in a brick oven, pasta, seafood and much more.