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Hi, I think this evening - pairing food with wine was very interesting and the "wine people" Amy and Courtney did a good job. The evening, the people and the restaurant had a lot of atmosphere. Unfortunately, maybe because of all the people and the popular evening, the main course, the lamb, was not hot, almost cold, the first pinot noir was too warm, almost 70F and the service was very slow. It took a long time for the different courses to arrive. LarsO MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The Club Tavern and Grill was originally The Grantree Restaurant when three men from Conrad, Montana purchased it in 1985. The Felska’s and the Solvie’s came to Bozeman motivated by the prospect of building or buying a Conference Center.
They discovered that the Ramada Inn, (hotel, restaurant, and conference center) was in bankruptcy so they purchased the business. Once a dark 70’s style bar and casual dining restaurant, it also featured a fine dining area.
In 1999, The Grantree Restaurant was revised and remodeled to give it a more casual Montana feel.In 2008, the Partners decided to change the name and again do a remodel with more of an upscale sport’s bar style hence creating what today is The Club Tavern and Grill, Bozeman’s Upscale Sport’s Bar with 20 TVs, a Casino, Full Bar, and Sports packages.
Visit us today and see why The Club Tavern & Grill is “where the locals go”!More
Bozeman, Montana, is a gorgeous city of just under 50,000 people nestled in the Rocky Mountains. You'll find you're straight south of Great Falls, but there are few direct routes in the Rockies, so you'll need to take the winding path to move north! Bozeman is a university town and offers several fast-food establishments, but you can also enjoy meals prepared by hand in family-owned cafes and restaurants. You can savor a hearty breakfast or lunch carefully prepared from local food options, including biscuits and gravy for staying power. If southern food is your thing, there's plenty of comfort food such as fried chicken and macaroni and cheese. Finally, fans of microbrews will not be disappointed with Bozeman's many opportunities to support local artists and beer craftsmen.