Memorable | One of the Best
Inn on the Gallatin
Review by: Roadfood Team
Beautiful views and big cinnamon rolls
The Cafe at the Inn on the Gallatin has become the go-to spot for bigfoot-sized breakfasts when travelling through Montana.
Where is the Inn on the Gallatin?
Situated in front of the Gallatin River and Canyon in Bozeman, Montana, it offers visitors something to look forward to every morning. As dawn breaks and Montana wildlife begins to wake, the aroma of cinnamon rolls wafts from the kitchen.
Inside the rustic brown log cabin that holds the Café, the atmosphere is adorable and quaint, featuring Montana-themed knick knacks and homemade jams (huckleberry, wild berry, and strawberry) lining the walls. I knew I was in a place that was special.
What should I eat at the Inn on the Gallatin?
After being greeted by one of the kindest waitresses ever, we ordered a breakfast feast: the famous Cinnamon Roll, Cinnamon Dusted Donut Holes, a Spanish Omelet, Huevos Rancheros, Chicken Fried Steak, Corned Beef Hash, and a Boysenberry Fried Pie à la Mode.
The Cinnamon Roll is moist and flaky and bound tightly in order to maintain its perfect schmear of velvety, sweetened cream cheese icing. It yields a perfect bite — a balanced trio of icing, cinnamon and roll.
The Spanish Omelet is the mac-daddy of all the breakfast creations here at the Inn on the Gallatin. This breakfast behemoth is piled high with three eggs, an abundance of crisp, oily, spiced chorizo, an array of sautéed tomatoes, onions, peppers, tangy, slightly sour black olives, spicy, forest-green chilies. It is finished with melted cheddar cheese and green Chile sauce. It has many flavors that one would hardly believe they could harmonize so deliciously. But oh man, they do!
Delectable Corned Beef Hash is hard to come by nowadays, but here at the Café at the Inn on The Gallatin, it is just an order away. It is moist, juicy, and succulent, providing ideal levels of garlic, pepper, salt, and other spices.
Save room for pie!
Boysenberry Fried Pie à la Mode is the most delicious of the menu. It is crisp and crunchy on the outside, in the center, I discovered boysenberry treasure. The inside is hot and sticky and flows from every crack and crevice of the crust. A scoop of Wilcoxson’s Vanilla Ice Cream tops it off!
I thoroughly enjoyed my experience at the Inn on The Gallatin. I advise everybody who likes breakfast and beauty to make the trip.
Directions & Hours
|Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
|Credit Cards Accepted