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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Loved our server. My lamb rack was very good and the side horseradish potatoes were the real deal. My husband's beef tip pasta dish was loaded with shrimp and andouille sausage and quite tasty. The bread was not just bread but came with three dips....The wine list is extensive and ranges in prices low to really high. It was not an elegant dining experience but it advertised as such. We liked our waitress so much that it didn't matter that much. Don't dress up for dinner; no one else did. We were over-dressed. We will stay in the hotel again, but next time, I think we are going to opt for the bar fare. We expected fine dining but it wasn't fine dining. It wasn't.More

Date of visit: October 2020
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Reviewed September 23, 2020

They have a great menu and amazing food, the service was also very friendly and attentive. Their steaks are delicious and they also have some great beers to choose from.More

Date of visit: September 2020
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MT-JAH, Manager at Pompey’s Grill, responded to this reviewResponded September 24, 2020

Thank you for taking the time to share your great experience! We are proud to source USDA Prime Grade steaks that are cooked with love on our infrared broiler. We also work with local breweries to offer our customers a diverse selection of Montana tap...More

Reviewed September 20, 2020

Loved our stay at the hotel, decided to try Pompeys. First, there is no one to take you to a table - we had to flag down a bartender to tell them we had a reservation. Our server Chaney was lovely, and the dining room...was prettily decorated with papered ceilings. Husband's steak good, tapenades tasty. Merely okay wine & beer list. Russian honey cake tasty. Pork was not to my taste, but someone else might love it (tasted like Kielbasa). Roast potatoes and veggies lovely. Food is eclectic and somewhat pricey (which is expected in that hotel), not for someone wanting straight forward fare.More

Date of visit: September 2020
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MT-JAH, Manager at Pompey’s Grill, responded to this reviewResponded September 24, 2020

Thank you for your visit to Pompey's Grill. As we are a quaint historic property, the Greeter stand is tucked away and not always visible to those entering through the bar area. We are happy our bartender was able to direct you to the Greeter...More

Reviewed September 15, 2020

I will start by saying the hotel and staff are fantastic. We LOVED our stay in a cottage. Pompey's, however, fell short of amazing. When I am paying $50 for a steak I like to enjoy the experience as well as the food. We walked...in and were asked if we had a reservation, I replied "no." "Let me see what I can do." was his reply. When I asked for a booth he informed me they were for people with reservations. We were sat in the middle of a very bright room. The booths were still empty when we left. $50 steak. How about a small side salad, Caesar Salad or cup of soup? Will that be baked, mashed or french fried potatoes? No choices. Two boiled potatoes and a stem of very over steamed broccoli. Presentation? White plate, slab of meat and like I said, two white boiled potatoes and a stem of broccoli. We were bummed. The hotel was so great. This place has to survive on not many options and a captive audience. If you want to do $50 a plate, head to Bozeman. I've never taken the time to post a bad review, but I had to warn you.More

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed July 23, 2020

The food was fine. Quite good actually. However, the bartender doesn't know how to serve wine. I ordered an expensive wine by the glass. They poured my glass from two separate bottles of wine. That's a big, big no-no. If there isn't enough wine for...a glass in the bottle you never pour from two separate bottles.More

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed July 22, 2020

Our whole family ordered all different dishes and non of us were disappointed! I had a ribeye steak with a curry onion Remoulade that was both sweet and spicy. Served with broccolini, roasted red potatoes and spaghetti squash. And please save room for some of...the most decedent desserts you will ever taste! The staff was efficient and very friendly! We look forward to dining here again some day!More

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed July 10, 2020

My husband and I again enjoyed an anniversary dinner... out on the deck this time since the evening was warm. Sharon was our server and her knowledge and attention to detail added to the special meal. Kudos to the chef for the lamb rack and...bison roast!More

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed August 14, 2019 via mobile

WOW! It has indeed been a long time since I have been able to say that everything in my meal was fantastic! Not only that, but since my husband and I try to NOT overeat we asked to split a meal and added salads for...each of us, drinks and dessert to split and it was perfect! Our waitress was very accommodating and pleasant and we made sure to leave her a nice tip! Excellent food...prime rib, bacon wrapped baked potato, spaghetti squash, fresh green beans plus bread with delicious tapenades... and the chocolate bomb for dessert.....a perfect anniversary dinner! Also loved the accommodations at the Sacajawea Hotel !More

Date of visit: August 2019
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Reviewed July 4, 2019

Located off the main lobby of the Sacajawea Hotel lies a beautifully decorated dining area. Judging from the number of diners, I would suggest a reservation if you want to try it. We happened there on a Wednesday and opted for the chef's 3 course...tasting menu, although many other choices were available. Although the dress code was appropriately casual, the menu was sophisticated for the area. We enjoyed an interesting appetizer, followed by a unique salad, the crab cakes and a wonderful chocolate dessert, that my wife especially liked. Although appropriate wines were suggested and available both by the glass and by the bottle, we chose a nice Italian pinot grigio. The service was attentive even though the dining room was crowded. We were very satisfied with the quality of the dishes as well as the price.More

Date of visit: June 2019
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MT-JAH, Manager at Pompey’s Grill, responded to this reviewResponded August 8, 2019

We are happy that you were able to join us for dinner in Pompey's Grill. The three course "Chef's Choice" meal is very popular and different every week. I appreciate hearing that your service was attentive! We are definitely busy in the Summertime and always...More

Reviewed May 14, 2019

Mother's Day brunch at The Sac has been a pretty long standing tradition for my family. Over the years it has been tougher and tougher to get a table. I called about six weeks ago and asked if there was any availability. At the time,...it was just before Easter and I asked about getting reservations for both brunches. Luckily, they had openings for both. Easter's reservation was late in the day and I very specifically asked if brunch was served so late. I was assured it was. We ate very little through the day so that we were good and hungry for a late brunch. Upon arrival, we were told they did not serve Easter Brunch. Very disappointing. For Mother's Day, my 13 year old daughter and I took my wife for a true brunch (we called to make sure). Food was wonderful but when we got the bill it was $50 a plate. Throw in a couple drinks and a tip and Mother's Day Brunch for three (two adults and one child) was almost $200. My wife and I started staying at Sac Inn as a quick get away when Chico Hot Springs started getting to be over crowded. We loved the Sac Inn as a whole, but it seems to have gone very commercial; not the small town Inn it used to be. Not sure we can afford eating or staying anymore. Time to discover the next best place.More

Date of visit: May 2019
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MT-JAH, Manager at Pompey’s Grill, responded to this reviewResponded August 8, 2019

Thank you for joining us in celebrating your special occasions and holiday events, we truly appreciate your business. We decided 3 years ago to be open for an Easter lunch/dinner service in lieu of brunch and it has been received very well. I am sorry...More

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I agree. Call the restaurant. My guess is that they will have something for you.
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