Nothing to be proud of--unless you're the Greek billionaires that own the company.
Sad a local brewery can't be as popular. This is a good analogy for why our economy isn't so hot for so long.
Ahhhh, the joys of a summer version of Cold Smoke. Only problem is you can't buy one of these at the Big Sky Brewery's Summer Concert Series!
Thanks, Dan! We fixed it.
"The Love of Beer" is Thursday at 7pm, not Friday at 8pm, unless there is a special showing paired with the Bike to Missoula Beer that has been previously unannounced.
Hotel's new website has more details and photos, too, at www.holidayinnmissoula.com
Ruthie is an amazing singer.
Al & Vic's is an icon with Tommy Barrey being the best bartender that ever was. I think most of the old clientele are gone now but will always be remembered.
Our group met at Tamarack on Monday evening to try the new beer in town. WOW! It was great beer, great atmosphere, great staff. The decor is a great mix of old building feel, with a modern twist.. Can harldy wait to go back.
Matthew Frank had it right on with his comments.
Good Luck Tamarack.
What a shabby piece of journalism....this reporter has shades of yellow journalism all through her. She has disrepected the Oxford , the clients and the owner.
WHAT ABOUT AN APPOLOGY?
I got a kick out of this Bloody Mary Blog: http://www.mybigfatbloodymary.com/Drink-Mi…
I think that when weighing the merits of hangover cures, one must also consider pleasure. A "medicine," which tastes awful is less likely to be taken. My vote goes to the Bloody Mary.
I have been to The Keep more often than none (I'd like to consider myself as one of the regulars). I love the food and the view. The chicken marsala is to die for, and I have had a John Daly on the deck -- yummy!
I know of 2 people who were beaten to a pulp just for walking in the door. I'd use extreme caution!
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