Daring design makes the best seasoning—whether it’s a little visual zest with a gourmet meal, or some spice while you shop, we’re all about gorgeous exposed brick and original flair when it comes to decor. Head to these top spots to have your design senses stimulated in Bozeman, Montana.
We can’t get enough of the bold brick and metallic accents at Bisl, where their food motto is fittingly “Farm Made Modern.” The food will leave you swooning while you drool over the decor. And each plate that they present is a work of art in and of itself. Whether it’s serpentining zucchini twisted over top of blackened grilled bites or a flower blossom perfectly placed for the ultimate garnish, you’ll be in awe of every detail.
Photo by Visit Bozeman.
Wood beams stretch across the open floor plan at MAP Brewing, one of the crowning jewels of design in Bozeman’s brewery scene. But it’s not all about the stone fireplace and fresh-from-the-hills hewn wood accents. As the weather warms up, so does the patio The crisp mountain views from floor-to-ceiling windows are better than any artwork, and as the weather becomes warm, MAP's outside patio fills up quickly. The only thing that could make this better is a chilled craft beer which is good news for you—they have that too.
Mountains Walking brewery strikes a stark warehouse vibe starting with the exterior, where broad swaths of windows break up bright white metal siding. Ultra-industrial exposed ductwork paired with trendy cage light fixtures compliments warm wood tones. Wooden shiplap paneling brings the mountain chic, while sleek polished wood taps feature the brewery’s minimalistic interlocking diamond logo with contrasting wood inlays for a chic look.
The interior at Plonk wine bar is a photographer’s dream. Old world meets trendy modern, between exposed brick, intricate vintage ceiling tiles, and the stark neon of their sign against low mood lighting. The back patio brings entwining vines of hanging plants together with metal cafe tables that will make you feel like you’ve been transported to the streets of Paris. So sip away at a glass of chilled white under the twinkle lights, and savor the ambiance.
Photo by Heyday.
Soft white with gold accents sets the mood at Heyday, Bozeman’s favorite home decor and lifestyle boutique nestled in the heart of downtown. The store is flirty and girly, and the design captures that feel perfectly. From artful displays of stacked tableware and luxury candles to a subtle pop of exposed brick, you’ll love every bit of the Heyday experience.
Feed Cafe and its neighboring boutique, Tarte, are all about striking contrasts. The bold red barn exterior holds an unexpectedly chic interior of warm wood tones and sky-high columns to break up the expansive space inside. Modern touches make a new take on Montana style, with vintage kitchen utensils grouped together on the wall in a crisp rectangle giving a modern art feel, and a stylized bull’s head taking the place of a hunting trophy.
Cartoonishly cool graffiti art graces the walls at Jam, while bold metal accents and industrial exposed ducts on the ceiling give the restaurant a space-age vibe. Brightly-colored accent walls pop, combined with the murals to give you an eye-opener to rival the power of their coffee. Breakfast never looked so good, and as they’ll tell you at Jam, this is more than just bread and butter.
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