Choteau is a city in and the county seat of Teton County, Montana, United States. It lies along U.S. Routes 89 and 287 (the latter terminating at the former in this city) about 20 miles (32 km) east of the Rocky Mountains, near Flathead National Forest, the Rocky Mountain Division of Lewis and Clark National Forest, and Glacier National Park. The population was 1,684 at the 2010 census. The Montana town is named for French fur-trapper and explorer Pierre Chouteau, Jr., who is also the namesake of Chouteau County, Montana (county seat: Fort Benton).
4.5 based on 116 reviews
We enjoyed an early dinner of ribeyes. Very good French fries and home fries. The pies here are amazing. Service was adequate but a bit slow. Staff was very friendly.
5 based on 8 reviews
Byler's is a couple blocks away from my house. Their donuts and coffee got me through the reconstruction of my home! My favorite is the raspberry filled and my wife always gets a maple stick and a maple cinnamon roll.
If I'm craving a some protein for my breakfast, their breakfast rolls with egg, ham or bacon.
They also have cold cut sandwiches on their homemade hoagie rolls and daily soups available for lunch!
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Meraki Coffee LLC offers Montana Coffee Traders coffee; espresso, latte, blended drinks, drip coffee and fit frappe. Drive thru or come in to order.
Meraki is located very near the motel where we stayed and wanting early starts due to the warm days we used their drive-through both days. At the window was Mary who was Montana friendly, good humored, very knowledgeable about the local area and willing to share recommendations. And the espressos were great as well.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
In the foothills of the Rocky Mountain Front in the north edge of Choteau. Western home-style cuisine: steaks, seafood, chicken, salads or light fare, Dutch oven meals and beer and wine.
Elk Country was convenient to the Stage Stop Inn, so we walked over to it after checking in. The restaurant didn't look particularly inviting from the outside, and the inside was a bit dark. There were plenty of tables available inside, usually not a good sign. We were seated quickly, but service after that was hit and miss--our order was taken promptly, but then we sat for what seemed like a long time between water refills and check-ins.
We ordered standard diner fare: a chicken plate, mac 'n cheese for our daughter, and my wife ordered a salad. The food was decent, but nothing spectacular. We skipped desert since we had already had ice cream that day, and there wasn't anything on the menu that looked hard to pass up.
In short, the food will fill you up, but there are better places in town to eat.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
We popped by here for breakfast yesterday and found the food very good. The service was a bit cranky but I guess that could have been how busy they were, she seemed to get friendlier as our breakfast progressed. If you like pancakes they were very nice sized and very tasty and he liked his sausage patty. I had the biscuits and sausage gravy and should have ordered a half order, I found these to be not too bad and decided to order them because it is a dish we did not get at home.
4 based on 31 reviews
I came here for lunch and had there Reuben. I loved it! I likes the rustic atmosphere as well. Prices were OK.
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