Loved the cocktails and wine before heading out to see Bonnie Raiit but the waitress was a piece of work...zero personality, no smile, no friendly comments. We will go somewhere else next time
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Fresh, locally-sourced ingredients in lunches that are not run-of-the-mill! Nicely toasted dark rye surrounding a fresh, cold, chicken salad, with a cup of tomato-faro soup, all accompanied by a crisp glass of Sauvignon blanc...now, that's a nice lunch!
I'm not ready for summer to be over, and Plonk was the best place to go to sit in the sun and drink wine. Always a favorite for lunch - good food and always good wine!
We had a delicious meal in a fun and charming atmosphere. Great wine selection. Even though we enjoyed it as a family, I think it would be a romantic spot for couples too. Definitely an interesting menu and good service.
historically poor service and boring food. Consistently over the years their service has been marginal and inconsistent food.
The music that we enjoyed was on par with what you would hear in a similar establishment in NY, SF, etc. Amazing musicians. Service was prompt, well restored older brink walls that bring a nice ambiance.
I am in Bozeman about 4 times a year and this is my favorite restaurant. For dinner I recommend the following, Ploughman's Platter, Strawberry and Kale Salad, and Rack of Lamb. My favorite drink is the Gin Blossom. The service is always exceptional, and on...More