It's coming upon the most wonderful time of the year here in Bozeman! Our beautiful town is coming to life. Take a stroll through downtown Bozeman and you will see patio after patio filled with people in suits, people with bike helmets, people in hiking gear or the occasional group of people with I Heart Yellowstone T-shirts. In the past few years we've seen a surge in outdoor seating options, especially downtown. Our team at Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties has dedicated time and resources to uncover the very best Places with Patio's in Bozeman. It's a rough job, but someone has got to do it!
The Ale Works patio, like the restaurant itself, is a staple in Bozeman life. Just recently upgraded for the summer, the patio has plenty of shade, some new landscaping and of course some of the best specialty cocktails you can find! Photo: Montana Ale Works - Facebook
Teds Montana Grill
Teds Montana Grill's patio located in the front of the Baxter hotel and is a great place for people watching. But, if you are looking for a quiet, relaxing oasis in the middle of Bozeman's bustling downtown, then you have to check out Ted's back patio. With plenty of shade and greenery, this surprisingly quiet and peaceful patio is the perfect place to enjoy a quiet lunch during the Montana summer. Photo: Rhapsody in Brew
If you are looking for a refreshing cocktail in an upscale yet casual atmosphere look no further than Plonk. With two great patio spaces, wonderful service and exceptional cocktails, Plonk is ideal for a night out with the ladies. The back patio is eclectic, with brick walls, string lights and even a little graffiti. A great place to spend a warm summer evening. Photo: Facebook - Plonk Wine
This patio is always bustling. With Bingo nights, SIN (Service Industry Nights), Mystery Beer Days and great happy hours, you can find something for everyone at R-bar. Side note: if you position yourself just right, you can still watch the game on the flat-screens above the bar from your seat-in-the-sun on the R-bar patio. Photo: Cody Christman