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West Yellowstone

West Yellowstone restaurants

Hello !
We're a french family on vacation in the USA.
Would you please give us tips and advices on family friendly restaurants in West Yellowstone ?
Thank you so much.
Philippe



4 Answers


answered by
a VirtualTourist member from California

Chip,
If you type in "west yellowstone" in the search box at the top of the VT page, you will find a lot of information on Yellowstone. You can click on restaurants and see 2 reviews of restaurants in W. Yellowstone.
I would say that the restaurants in Yellowstone are all very informal and family friendly.
Have a good trip.
Jeannette




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from France

Thank you Jeannette1

I meant something maybe more recent than 2004, and perhaps a little bit "off the beaten path".
I saw your pages : We live near Paris, where we lived times ago : I agree with cheeses !!!!....I agree with trafic too !!!!!!!
Thanks again - Merci.
Philippe




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Olivia

I would check Big Sky or Ennis Montana for dining options. Big Sky is a ski area but has a lot of travelers during the summer so their resturant selection is quite good. Ennis is known for it's trout fishing but for a small ctown has a couple of very nice place. All will be family friendly. Virgina City, alittle further than Ennis, is a good place for a family - a little bit of the old west.
Bob




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from West Yellowstone

Well howdy from West Yellowstone. If you want to "get off the beaten path" and try some traditional American foods, Parade Rest Guest Ranch is your best choice. You start at the ranch, 9 miles north of West Yellowstone on hwy287. You will have a cookout style dinner on the mountain, and to get there you take a 45min horseback ride up or a 20 min wagon ride, (same coming back.) There is great views, lush vegitation, friendly locals, live entertainment, and the meal is to die for. When they handed me plastic silverware with my steak I was a little concerned, but that steak came apart like butter!! It is a great Montana dinner, with a little herritage on the side. Feel free to email me at [email] if you would like some more tips, I am starting an all Yellowstone page on my main here on VT. Im new, so it is far from grand. Good luck, and have fun!!





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