New Fall/Winter lunch menu available now!
Closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 16.
Friday, Jan. 27, at 6:30PM we host our 3rd annual Robert Burns Supper: Bagpipes, the words of our namesake, and of course haggis. For details, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/1927672047461075/
Tuesday, Feb. 14 from 5PM to 9PM treat you and yours to a Valentine's Day Dinner. Menu forthcoming, reservations recommended.
Hear owner and Chef Walker Hunter talk about doing it right on the Jamie and Travis Present podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/walker-hunter/id1174120153?i=1000379187098&mt=2
The rumors ain't rumors no more, we now have our Beer & Wine license! Hit us up for lunchtime or brunch drinks. And we now offer beer and wine catering along with food catering. Let us help make your wedding, holiday party, or other event a delicious, libatious time! Our new alcohol catering menu will be available in September; however, if you have any questions now, feel free to contact us via e-mail.
Book your HOLIDAY PARTY with us now, before it's too darn late. We have the beer and wine, the food, and the space. We'll take care of you and your friends/family/co-workers/frenemies/associates. Contact Chef Walker Hunter for details at email@example.com.
The staff at Burns St. Bistro is excited about food. We work with many local vendors in order to offer varied menus. Classic cassoulet? Been there. Tator tot casserole? Done that. Burgers? Always come with fries. A souffle for 35? Not quite, but we are investigating.
Nestled between trailers and train; Missoula Food Co-op and Western Montana Grower's Co-op, Burns St. offers at least 20 new menu items per week, and a special kind of dining experience everyday.
Breakfast: Monday through Friday 7am to 10:30am.
Lunch: Monday through Friday 10:31am to 2pm.
Brunch: Saturday and Sunday 9am to 2pm.
Phone: 406.543.0719 Address: 1500 Burns St. Missoula, MT 59802
Three years ago four morons in a yurt high in the Swan Range came up with a real bad idea: a restaurant on Missoula's Westside. So armed with a Panini press, a soup cooker, and a whole lot of moxie, BSB came to be. While we've left the Panini press behind (RIP), we continue to work with the same energy we had at the beginning. Always learning and ever expanding, we expect to remain a stalwart of Westside for years to come.