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“Never disappointed.”
Review of Sola Cafe

Sola Cafe
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Ranked #60 of 244 Restaurants in Bozeman
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $5 - $20
Cuisines: Healthy
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Good for: Local cuisine
Dining options: Breakfast
Description: A community-gathering place with delicious food and coffee, Sola Café, on Bozeman's south side, serves fine espresso drinks, house baked goods, salads, soups, panini sandwiches, and savory entree items. We gladly cater to anyone with special dietary needs such as gluten free, vegetarian, vegan, and many more. Have to grab something on the go? Check out our deli bars with fresh salads, delectable hot dishes, and made from scratch soups. View our menu for more about our local, organic foods and what we're doing to give back to our community. Stop by for breakfast or lunch and take home some artisan goodies from our market. We'll see you soon at Sola!
Reviewed July 21, 2014 via mobile

I come here about once a month for lunch. I would come more frequently, however it's terribly expensive. Lunch for two of us today was $45. On the other hand, you are paying for delicious, high quality food. My boyfriend had the "chop chop" salad and I had the "free bird panini" on GF focaccia bread. His salad was awesome. He also had a piece of sausage quiche with sprouts that was like a little slice of heaven. My favorite thing this summer is the ginger-honey lemonade. Awesome food, I've never been disappointed with a meal here.

Thank Monica T
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Reviewed July 16, 2014

As a first time visitor, the front counter person gave wrong instruction. Manager attempted to discount event by saying it provided a 'training experience'. Water glass wasn't refilled. No one checked in to see if everything was satisfactory. No signage for where to enter patio. Their drive-thru is located next to patio; grew tired of hearing car engines and smelling exhaust with my salad.

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Thank Haaroldd
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Reviewed June 27, 2014

Loved this place! We had great coffee and some nice salads here. Also, some good local beers. It's well worth a visit for a light, healthy lunch.

Thank leralie
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Reviewed June 23, 2014

This place was recommended by a family member who loved the Huevos Rancheros. I don't order this dish often but the power of suggestion had me all excited about having this dish which I ordered. It came out as a kind of casserole with everything kind of mixed together including too much sauce. It tasted like a bad enchilada. The egg was intermixed clumps of scrambled egg not in my experience the traditional over easy eggs. Plus it wasn't that warm despite it being a slow rainy Sunday with few in this large restaurant that has a great ambiance and cool feel. I think this dish and the one my wife had (Veggie scramble in a bowl with Tofu instead of egg smothered in too much pesto) are prepared and then heated up but they missed on the heating up. In theory, these dishes could be considered creative cuisine but they over did it. Some might find this an interesting diversion from traditional breakfast but we didn't. My wife is less picky than I am and she was as disappointed as I was. The place is probably worth trying though but be careful what you order.

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Thank WyoBruin
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Reviewed June 15, 2014

We had noticed this cheerful-looking cafe while driving to the nearby Museum of the Rockies, and went there for a Friday-evening supper. We each had a salad, and were very happy with the quantity and quality, particularly the dressing. The music in the main area was rather intrusive, so we went to a quieter area. A silent auction of paintings by local artists was on the wall, which made for pleasant surroundings. Desserts are good, too, and there is a nice beer selection. We shared a Czech mate lager.

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Thank Professional-Pilgrim
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