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Old 04-11-2014, 08:50 AM
 
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Great to hear about your trip, and I'm so glad you had such a great time!
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Old 12-26-2015, 05:53 PM
 
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Did you ever make the move to Montana?? I'm curious because we're thinking of moving out that way. We live in Upstate NY. We've never lived anywhere else and think it's time to make a move!
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Old 12-29-2015, 02:59 PM
 
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1 - I'd love some restaurant recommendations. We love everything from greasy spoons to spendy date night types of places and everything in between.

2 - If you were to to recommend exploring one place to a potential transplant to get a feel for the area what would it be? This could be a breathtaking view, a unique local shop, your favorite park - anything!

3 - Best brewery? Best winery? Best coffeehouse?

We're staying in Missoula but are planning at least a day or two in Hamilton (the town that is really calling us with it's location and opportunities for jobs for my husband).
1. There is no shortage of restaurants in Missoula if you like american food. James Bar, Cafe Dolce, Plonk, Burns St Bistro, and The Depot and all great options. If you want to get fancy, I would recommend The Pearl. The Shack, Burns St Bisto and Tamarack have good brunch.

2. I would go to Caras Park and walk along the Clark Fork River. I also really love Charlie B's and the Dino Cafe.

3. Bayern. But is you don't like German been I would say Kettlehouse or Draught Works. The best coffeehouse is The Break! Mostly because of their baked goods. Speaking of baked goods, make sure you stop by BlackCat Bakery. It. Is. The. BEST.
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