We stopped at this place after it was recommended by our B&B host. She didn't steer us wrong. It had a great vibe to it and a creative menu. After a long day of driving, it was just what we were looking for.
I tried the beet salad and my boyfriend had some ahi tuna special. Both were simply delicious! My only complaint is that my salad was VERY small, even for an appetizer, and I would have liked more. My buffalo burger was good, and my partner had what was called soba noodles with vegetables. While perhaps a wholewheat angel hair pasta, they were not soba noodles, though they were very tasty and he loved the dish. We tried to return another night, but the kitchen had already closed, though it was just after 9:00, so we had to go elsewhere.
One other attraction is that Bridge Creek has Wi-fi, and we were really needing to find that. We would definitely recommend the Bridge Creek Backcountry Kitchen if you are headed towards Red Lodge. It has one of the best menus we encountered on our trip and we were sorry that we could not try more on their menu. They also had a good selection of choices for non meat-eaters, so we were appreciative of that.
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