This place is a joke! Badlander sucks. You can't buy a drink becaause the bartender is too busy handing out free "smurfs piss" to his buddies with a bottle set aside for them
I love this gas station. cashiers are very friendly and effective at there jobs. I keep coming back week after week. Love them.
You denied a Veteran and her service dog service, WTF is wrong with you people!
I've had the pleasure of dining here several times and have always enjoyed my meals. My only regret is that I didn't discover it sooner. Their recipes are a little different than what you might expect but they're always delicious. And regarding the staff... they couldn't be friendlier.
Great spring skiing on March 16. Even though a lot of snow has melted in the last week or so, it was still as deep as I've ever seen it up there. South faces skied well in the morning, and northern aspects softened up nicely after lunch.
Horrible service, rude management and staff, mediocre American style pseudo Chinese. Their sauces are mostly flavorless with sugar. Many better asian options in Missoula!
The World Theater is the home of the Missoula Dream Center. www.missouladreamcenter.com (406) 203-3007
The World Theater is the home of the Missoula Dream Center, a Christian organization providing entertainment and events promoting a Biblical Christian Worldview. www.missouladreamcenter.com (406) 203-3007
Easily the best restaurant in Missoula (quite possibly in the whole state). Whether you are looking for some high-quality fried food, a juicy burger, or something a little different this place has it all. The owner cooks everything herself and can tell you every ingredient including what is in every sauce. For instance the cheese sauce on one of her burgers is a homemade white-wine and pepperjack sauce, no bagged nacho cheese bullshit here. If you have any food allergies this is a great place to go where you can easily have all your needs met by this wonderful woman.
Best bakery in Missoula, outstanding selections, nice personnel, everything about it is first class!!
Looks like an honest "real experience" by the previous poster. 95% of the comments made on other sites appear to be done by the owner, or recruited comments by friends. Guess it's time to check it out. Will follow-up after.
too dark too small, in the morning the owner is only interested in counting his money, what a scrooge, at night in the alley is a drug and dope party the police should be called for drinking outside and all the drunks, go inside old bearded men, what a let down.
Christmas Tea at The Old Flynn Ranch,Missoula Montana was one of the big highlights for our family. In the hustle and bustle of people working with all different schedule and being unable to get together, it was a great fortunate that we were able to book the tea table,with the majority of my daughters attending. What a great drive up to this beautiful old brick architectural home. Upon entering, it was like stepping back into Victorian times.The room was very cozy, with the heat from the old belly stove , the elegant tea service on the beautiful embroidered table cloths, the elaborate real Christmas tree resting peacefully in the beautiful bay window, ornate portraits of the original owners hanging elegantly over the piano,the pleasant conversations from people sitting at the other tables. It brought a flood of conversations between my daughters and I, mainly how much similar the home reminded me so much of the sandstone home I lived in Scotland.The Tea was simply delicious,along with wonderful decorated sandwiches,oeurduves and delightful desserts. The hostess were always making sure our tea pot was kept filled. The lady of the house Maureen was so kind to let us know some history of the place, n permitting us to see the elegant rooms upstairs. It was one of the best relaxing nights that my daughters and I had. And the cost just a mere $10. The best! A big "THANK YOU" to all the family for opening this ornate home to the public. We hope to be back next year.!
Winter hours: Weekdays Noon till 10:00 Grill closes at 9: Weekends Noon till 2 am.
Book a cabin early they go fast and the bands are every Saturday night at 9.
The Bitterroot Good Time Jamboree is always on the SECOND Saturday of the month, September thru May. No concerts in June, July, August. Time is still 7-9:30
GREAT PARTY GREAT TIME, HOLLOWEEN ROCKS AND ROLLS
This is a musical event that started in 2000 November and lots and lots of children have participated in it since then presenting music, dances, poems, etc. A dance class is featured at 11 and one or more adult performers present interactive music -- singing, clapping, dancing. Magic tricks, song learning, rhythmic improvisation (instruments provided) spice up this popular event lasting 90 minutes. Only around 20 children are admitted to keep participation and interaction quality at an optimum, meaningful level. Energetic but not crowded is the event's motto. I highly recommend this event if your child is aged 1 - 10. Children of all abilities are welcome.
Lot's of blue-winged olives out around mid-day. Plenty of trout rising in the slough downstream of the parking lot. Lovely fall colors right now, too. We saw four other anglers and what appeared to be a guided boat anchored up in the eddy at the bottom of the slough. Fish were still working when we left around 5:00.
Referring herein to candidate Michael Hyde. Posted on Facebook regarding John Engen : My gods....he held his (five-year-old?) son dying of cancer....and our acting mayor (yes, that is a theatrical reference) had the evil gall to refer to soccer moms who don't want their sons and daughters playing on "weedy" soccer fields as justification for continued spraying of pesticides (this after Michael's plea to stop the maddness). When I start to feel sorry for this great pretender mayor...I just have to bring myself back to the reality that functional evil DOES wear a sweater vest and "lead" a city of supposed enlightenment. George W. Bush has nothing on this man.
grteat hike. moderately hard because of the uphill climb. worth the trip.
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