Best Breakfast in town...?
Posted by LilOne05 (+19) 9 years ago
Wondering where the best breakfast is in town food quality, price, and service all a factor! Any opinions? Also worst place to go, would definately want to avoid that establishment lol
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14239) 9 years ago
Gallagher's Family Restaurant. Have the #4, eggs over easy, bacon crispy. Yum...Yum!
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Posted by howdy (+4949) 9 years ago
have to agree with Richard, very yummy....
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Posted by Amorette Allison (+10021) 9 years ago
My older brother, who lives in Bozeman, Land of the Zillion Restaurants, half of which specialize in breakfasts, always has the raspberry blintzes at 4-Bs when he comes here because he can get them no place else. Ask for the bacon extra crisp and it's not bad.
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Posted by MG (+110) 9 years ago
The 600 Cafe hands down..
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Posted by Joe Feathers (+256) 9 years ago
600 Cafe..The Garbage omelet, tasty morsel of food
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Posted by Mandi (+357) 9 years ago
Definately the 600 cafe! The chicken fried steak is sooo good. Everything is soooo good!
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Posted by MRH (+1441) 9 years ago
They are serving breakfast at the Eagles on Sunday morning, and it is usually very good.
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Posted by Tucker Bolton (+3118) 9 years ago
For a good old greasy breakfast the 600 is the place.
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Posted by jack johnson (+15) 9 years ago
I would go with Galleghers! 600 is expensive and has horrible service but they do have a great Chicken Fried steak.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+14053) 9 years ago
The Matador at the Five Flies.
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Posted by Bk (+5) 9 years ago
Brewsters (on Haynes, across from Town Pump)has DELICIOUS coffees, bagels and muffins for breakfast. The service is top-notch and the coffee is incredible
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Posted by Dan Mowry (+1431) 9 years ago
McDonalds... anything on the menu, it didn't matter. What mattered is that it meant I could see Professor Griswold having his morning juice while reading his book. A quick visit with Bob while grabbing a Big Breakfast was the best breakfast in MC.
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Posted by Bart Freese (+932) 9 years ago
Best breakfast in town? That's easy, one where somebody else picks up the bill.

So, Richard coming to old MC anytime soon?
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Posted by Chris Gamrath (+379) 9 years ago
Depends on the time of day I think. The best breakfast in town at 2 a.m. used to be at the 4 B's but last I knew it's closed. Is there anywhere in town for that "after a night out", early morning breakfast?

The cafe out at the old Flying J used to have a pretty dang good breakfast too, from what I remember of it, but that hasn't been since my 21st b'day. haha
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Posted by Rick Kuchynka (+4457) 9 years ago
mmmmmm... BBIT
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Posted by Dan Mowry (+1431) 9 years ago
4B's closed?
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Posted by Amorette Allison (+10021) 9 years ago
4Bs isn't 24 hour. Too many drunks and too little help made it unprofitable to run that way.
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Posted by MG (+110) 9 years ago
Not closed, just not open 24 hrs anymore.
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Posted by MG (+110) 9 years ago
Damn.. I lost the post race...
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Posted by MollieP (+129) 9 years ago
I believe the 519 still has middle of the night breakfast...and the one time I was out in the middle of the night and went there....it was fabulous!

And although I love the 600 and Gallaghers for breakfast....Taco Johns, believe it or not, takes the cake when I am in a hurry...or should I say burrito!
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Posted by spacekace (+889) 9 years ago
Nope, no after bar breakfast at the 519 anymore... Your only choice is the gas stations!

And the best breakfast in town... The 600!
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Posted by Amorette Allison (+10021) 9 years ago
We just got back from Bozeman. Okay, I do NOT want to live there any more but when it comes to breakfast choices, there are advantages to bigger cities. No Eggs Argyle around here.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+14053) 9 years ago
Yes, Bozeman is a good place to eat breakfast. I like the Baxter...forget the name of the place in it, but I had an Irish breakfast there back in November that was out of this world good.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+14053) 9 years ago
Out of curiosity, are there any good Sunday brunches in Miles City these days?
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14239) 9 years ago
Please excuse my culinary ignorance, but what is Eggs Argyle?
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+14053) 9 years ago
That is a pretty good question, Richard....what the heck are eggs argyle?

I would take a WAG and bet they are served in an argyle pattern.
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Posted by howdy (+4949) 9 years ago
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+14053) 9 years ago
I think you nailed it, howdy.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+14053) 9 years ago
The next question is: Why does Amorette find eggs in sweaters so delicious?
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Posted by Amorette Allison (+10021) 9 years ago
Take an English muffin, split and toasted. Place smoked salmon on each half, then a poached egg, and top with Hollandaise sauce. It's a variant on Eggs Benedict.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14239) 9 years ago
Thanks. thinking to myself ... I will stick to Gallaghers #4 and Irish Oatmeal and die happy. I wonder if eggs argyle is ever served with a side of hagus
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Posted by spacekace (+889) 9 years ago
Amorette...Did you eat at The Gourmet Gas Station? They have salmon eggs benedict there, and all of their food is absolutely amazing! The atmosphere not quite as unique since they moved, but the food still amazing! For a good greasy cheap breakfast in Bozeman you can't go wrong with the Cats Paw! And amazing bagels at Bagelworks... but for overall breakfast...in Bozeman I have to love Main Street Overeasy. I miss the culinary choices in that town!!!!
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Posted by Cindy Stalcup (+591) 9 years ago
She didn't eat at the Stockyard Cafe.
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Posted by Barb Holcomb (+400) 9 years ago
Richard - it's haggis. . .

The 600 used to have great service when I worked there, but that was a very long time ago. It's also my first memory of going out to breakfast after church on Sun . . . so for sentimental reasons it's my favorite.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14239) 9 years ago
The 600 used to have great service when I worked there, but that was a very long time ago.


You were the great service.
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Posted by LilOne05 (+19) 9 years ago
Gallagher's was great!!! They had some new specials only 4.99 and the rest of the menu was reasonably priced as well. The service was great, nice friendly and very quick! I also tried the 600 and the food was pretty good but it took along time to get my breakfast.
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Posted by jimdeastfork (+91) 9 years ago
I have been eating breakfast in Miles City once a week for over 2 years. I went to the 600 a couple of times but it seemed kind of greasy and the sausage gravy was almost inedible. As a result, 4-B's became a regular stop until the under-cooked hash browns became too much to digest. Now it is Gallagher's on a weekly basis. There a person can find both great service and an edible breakfast.

On kind of a side note, I finally have begun to order my eggs, scrambled. At least when scrambled, my eggs are consistant, meaning I don't have to wonder if the cook and I are on the same wavelength when I order eggs any other way.
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Posted by Mathew Schmitz (+289) 9 years ago
The Gourmet Gas Station is now closed. Locked up and dark. The move did them in. In my opinion, they paid way too much for a mediocre location. The old location in Gallatin Gateway was perfect. Maybe 30 seats, including the counter. Not much for overhead. They did have great food, but the passing of the previous owner (Charlie maybe?) also cost them many long time customers. He was a Gallatin Valley icon.
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