Three Forks is a city in Gallatin County, Montana, United States and is located within the watershed valley system of both the Missouri and Mississippi rivers drainage basins — and is historically considered the birthplace or start of the Missouri River. The population was 1,869 at the 2010 census. The city of Three Forks is named so because it lies geographically near the point, in nearby Missouri Headwaters State Park, where the Jefferson, Madison, and Gallatin Rivers converge to form the Missouri River — the longest single river in North America, as well as the major portion of the Missouri-Mississippi River System from the headwaters near Three Forks to its discharge into the Gulf of Mexico. Three Forks is part of the Bozeman, MT Micropolitan Statistical Area of approximately 100,000 people and the greater Bozeman demographic area of approximately 125,000 people.
Things to do in Three Forks
4.5 based on 214 reviews
Stopped in for lunch. We both had the Thai chicken and rice soup. Really good. Giant bowl for $5.50. For $3 more you get a grilled cheese sandwich with real cheese, not the fake cheese spread stuff. Food was great, service great. Bought some flour and hot dry rub, also. Really nice experience.
4.5 based on 178 reviews
Here at the Sacajawea Hotel we have two great spots for you to enjoy food or drink in our beautiful setting. Stop into Pompey's Grill or Sacajawea Bar & Diner and try any one of our great dishes. After dinner head down to the Sacajawea Bar for a drink, a game of poker, or live music and dancing. No matter what you are looking for, we have you covered. Our dining room at Pompey's Grill features an extensive menu sure to please the most discriminating palette. Big Certified Angus Beef Steaks are on the menu, all hand-cut by our Executive Chef who then fires them hot on a wood smoke grill. Our wine list is extensive, with many varietals from different regions, all paired to complement the cuisine. Our casual watering hole, the Sacajawea Bar, is the place to be. Lively conversation, a bar menu, and live music on the weekends are the reasons why our downstairs bar is so popular. The 100 year old clear fir boards that once graced the floor of the Front Porch were re-purposed as wainscoting on the walls, and the old porch railings are now where you rest your boots while bellying up to the bar. Gaming machines and a Live Poker Room, which doubles as a meeting space, are ready for when the mood strikes. The Hotel was brought back to life in 2010, this Historic Gem is celebrating in Grand Style. From top to bottom, we have made every effort to ensure a comfortable and unique experience for all of our guests. Whether you are here for the afternoon or a week, you will be welcomed by our staff and made to feel like family.
We were staying at the Sacajawea Hotel overnight and had no plans for dinner. After driving through Three Forks, we thought we might have to turn around and go eat in Boazman. The young woman checking is in to the hotel asked if we had...MoreKay M Our Sunday Crab is very popular & we get lots of wonderful feedback on it, although yours just might be the best! Thanks so much for sharing your experience!
4.5 based on 92 reviews
The Iron Horse Cafe offers as many local ingredients that we can get our hands on. We specialize in fresh, from scratch cooking, with a gourmet flair. Soups and pies made fresh daily. Each meal is made to order. Local brews and wine available.
We were here for lunch last year and were blown away by the amazing food. After staying at the Sacajawea Hotel, we decided to try their breakfast. They were busy and only had one waitress staffed. We were seated and waited an hour for our breakfast. Coffee refills were difficult to come by. Three of us ordered "Magas" for breakfast. We were not disappointed. I appreciate the attention to ingredients with all of their food. It was worth the wait. Service is slow, food is over the top! Highly recommend if you have time on a Sunday morning. We will come back. The food is an absolute unexpected cornucopia of delight!
4.5 based on 38 reviews
nice place for a sugar FULL breakfast - their normal breakfast choices were limited and not that good. but the pastries.. OMG - they are very good - must check out the day old stuff which is bargain priced and still very fresh. the folks that work there were very pleasant as well.
4 based on 117 reviews
love the ribs at Willow Creek Cafe. This is the only place I have visited that puts a wonderfully flavored mustard sauce on their ribs. Would take a few racks to go and somehow manage to skip the free hotel waffles, reheat the ribs for a short blast in the microwave and smile my way thru breakfast, they are that good plus it is a quaint town, nice ride from Bozeman for dinner..
4.5 based on 40 reviews
The Three Forks Café is a great place for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Their have a strong menu with a lot of options and they serve breakfast all day long. The portions are ample and the prices reasonable. The rolls are homemade and most of the menu items are as well. Their bread pudding is a real treat; made from their homemade rolls. I'm a biscuits and gravy lover. Theirs are the best around! I also highly recommend the Club and French dip Sandwiches. You really can't go wrong with anything they serve.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
Coming back from Butte, a dinner stop at Pompey's Grill in the Sacajawea Hotel. Excellent for all occasions, but often we figure out something to celebrate, so no need to worry about our budget.
Excellent service, ambiance inviting. Particularly like the 'lighted' menus for my eyes...
An indulgence well worth the drive. Try the coconut cream pie-concoction. I do not like coconut cream pie, but this... this is something truly amazing. So glad it is still on the dessert menu.
Wonderful dining experience. They had a huge wedding reception outside, yet no falter in our service or food inside the dining room. I do like this place.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
We were just traveling through and decided to stop in Three Forks for dinner and picked Stageline Pizza. We really enjoyed the pizza. The crust and ingredients were very fresh. The service and friendliness of the staff was great. If we are ever traveling through the area again this is a definite stop. The side salad was quite large and very fresh. I would definitely recommend this place.
3.5 based on 5 reviews
If you fancy something a bit different to the normal offering, I recommend this Chinese opposite the Sacajawea Hotel next to the Wolf Den.
It's a very low key family restaurant, popular with locals and takeaway. Decor might be mismatch and dated but the food is yummy and freshly made.
They do a good range of those Chinese family favourites and the portion sizes are good. I recommend the Mongolian Beef and pork fried rice.
Drinks are in cans, so don't go expecting refills.
You may have to wait a little longer than usual for your order if they have a number of takeaway orders - but don't worry, it's worth waiting for!
2 based on 3 reviews
Had to wait a little bit before I was helped. The one worker that was out front was cleaning and kept cleaning instead of letting another worker know that I was waiting. Another worker happen to come out front and immediately helped me. The sandwiches were good.
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