Philipsburg is a town in and the county seat of Granite County, Montana, United States. The population was 820 at the 2010 census. The town was named after the famous mining engineer Philip Deidesheimer, who designed and supervised the construction of the ore smelter around which the town originally formed.
Things to do in Philipsburg
4 based on 98 reviews
A one scoop in a bowl the size of a man's fist for $3? That's a liberal serving. Very friendly folks, always busy and popular, especially on a hot day. An authentic soda shop with all the things you would expect. Our server, Xander, was a delight.
4.5 based on 157 reviews
No beer or liquor - but they’re good with you bringing your own from the craft brewery down the street (great btw), and while simple, at the same time, the tri tip and pulled pork is as good s anywhere I’ve been... very worth the visit!
4.5 based on 30 reviews
This was a sweet little place with great service, fun vibe and decent coffee! The outdoor seating area was so charming, it seemed to call to me and had we had time, I would have sipped my cup of bliss until it was gone sitting there. lovely.
4.5 based on 101 reviews
Fine dining in a cozy, family friendly atmosphere.
Chef Tony is incredible. We had a variety of menu items. All delicious! Good alcohol and wine selection and the staff offer great service
5 based on 33 reviews
Friday Night Pizza Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday 4:00pm - 9pm Phone 859-3000 Old World Style, New World Taste We combine fresh hand tossed New York style dough with contemporary tastes, the finest quality cheeses and sauces, and stone baking to create pizzas with pizzazz!
Loved our slice of Canadian bacon and pineapple. Crust was wonderful. Wr will definitely be back for more.
4 based on 54 reviews
We drove for an hour and a half because we wanted to get some candy! However, we knew we needed to eat some real food before dessert. :) The food was as expected. Good diner style food. I had the patty melt and it was huge! Hubby had a bacon cheese burger. We both had onion rings and they were perfect! The service was prompt and friendly!
4.5 based on 35 reviews
Look for the big tree on Main Street. Nice shaded courtyard. Good selection of hot and cold drinks. Also a range of tasty bagel sandwiches.
5 based on 2 reviews
This is a great slice of old Historic Montana in the heart of Philipsburg. It caters to locals as well as tourist ready for rustic Montana History, a cold beer and a slice of great bar pizza. The staff is wonderful and they have great music and atmosphere on a daily basis. If you want to meet a local rancher....belly up to the bar and ask. If you want to see the Tuesday Cowboy/Cowgirl crowd from all the local guest-ranches just be there at around 6-7pm. This place is a great Bar with good people who love to have a good time in Historic Montana.
5 based on 3 reviews
This small boutique lounge is nestle into the hillside of the Rock Creek valley. They serve coffee 5 days a week and often have baked delicacies which add a flare of coziness. The bespoke style of decor exudes undertones of the old country. The Lounge creates an atmosphere of conversations around a campfire, long walks among mountain pines, and a golden retriever at ones feet. The amenities pull you in with their overtures of comfort and relaxation. One simply cannot walk into the lounge without immediately sensing the charm and allure of the establishment. Drink coffee. Speak with friends. Laugh often.
My husband and I walked in and the place was Hoppin'! I've never been greeted so kindly and I was treated like family throughout our stay. The location offers an amazing view outside, definitely one of a kind! Also, there were so many complimentary amenities that I never wanted for anything! 10/10 would visit again!
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