Good food, cool people, what more can be said?
My favorite Happy Hour and great food! Great service! Gerat Value!
This sign said please seat yourself so we sat down at a table and waited for a while before realizing the waitress wasn't coming over. My friend went up to the front counter asking if we should order there where apparently the "owner" told her to go back to the table and the waitress would come over. No menus, no water, and several employees just standing around in the background. When we finally did get to order the $8 sandwiches which come with nothing (no fries, no salad), we had to wait about twenty five minutes before they finally arrived. They may have tasted alright, but they were not worth the hassle or the price.
Awesome food!!!! Husband and I went in, he thoroughly enjoyed the mandoline burger, and I just loved the ravioli!!! Our server, I think his name was Mike?, was very helpful with any questions we had and excellent at wine recommendations. The ambiance was great, classy yet casual, lovely art work and great lighting. I would recommend this place to anyone seeking an adventurous yet comforting meal:)
I have had both good service, and rude stuck-up service there. The food has been good.
Had an ham and olive tapenade($6) , cheese quiche and coffee, Great service, great value and good coffee. The Staff was excellent.
Our favorite Italian restaurant, for decades. Family owned. Dad is the chef. Mom prepares baked goods. Daughters and granddaughter are servers. Reservations REQUIRED. You cannot just walk in. Extremely popular, though word of mouth. Always busy. Cash only, no cards. Open spring through fall, closed in winter. Small signage. If you blink, you'll miss it. So don't blink. Marie's is so special, so good, we'll be surprised if it does not become your favorite spot.
This place is a joke. It makes pretense at being an establishment of fine dining but their quality of food is lower than my appetite after smelling their seafood fettuccine. The seafood smelled rancid, the prime rib weight was calculated on the bone and resulted in paying twice the price for half the meat, and the fact that they pack you in like sardines with a pathetic little salad bar in the corner you can barely get in and out of... save your money.
Over priced hipster garbage. Their Corned Beef Swiss Cow pie was a joke, a giant plate of mashed potatoes with two anorexic slices of corned beef and a trickle of bland gravy.
For a delicous meal free from the hipster crowd, accept no substitutes. His Pollo Ala Crema is unbelievable and the champagne fajita's are right up there. Avoid ground beef and go for the pork or chicken instead!
On 07/02/11 wanted "Street Vendor Noodles" but they were "out" the "chef" recommended "Tokyo Noodle Bowl" as they are similar. Chicken was all fat, service was "Meh...". Noodles lacked any flavor, I had to drown it in soy sauce to taste anything. My water glass was hot (just came out of dishwasher maybe?), and one of my guests glasses had a crack from top to bottom and back to top in a giant U shape. If the Missoula voters voted this the best....we have absolutely no culture or taste. Will not not buy again. I would rather fly in Angelos from New York than eat here again.
We have dined at Scotty's Table four times, two of those with friends from out of town. The Food (for Missoula) tolerable but not for the price and the service is WELL below standard. Words of advice-go somewhere else for desert.
If you want a working internet connection, go anywhere BUT the Break. After they 'upgraded' the system in 2010 it still failed to work and to make matters worse the 'upgrade' resulted in none of the staff knowing where the routers are to restart them. Only if you enjoy spending $5 for your drink, sitting down, opening your laptop and discovering that you have to get up and go elsewhere to get any work done online will you like BROKE Espresso.
Malaysian ginger garlic chicken........yummy
Excellent tofu..... in any dishes!
Best asian food in Zoocity. Got to give it a try..
They have the best noodle dishes in town, by far. Noodles are fresh and tasty. Also, try their REAL dim sums, its great appetizers. Between $5 to $8 a dish, the price is right and the food is soooo good. Lots of vegan and vegetarian options too.
Wow, their noodle dishes are out of the world. Its sooooo good. All their dishes are freshly made. They also serve REAL dim sum everyday. All dishes between $5 to $8 , best taste asian food in town. Lots of vegan and vegetarian options as well.
So anyway, thinking that MIssoula is lacking a really good bakery, I was even thinking (being a baker myself) that maybe I could fill the bill. So when I stopped by the Black Cat Bakery, I was really just checking the place out. BOY WAS I SURPRISED. NO WAY COULD I COME EVEN CLOSE TO THE DELECTABLE, LIGHT, AND DELICIOUS TREATS THAT PRESENTED THEMSELVES. Just saying.............
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