Easter is here on Sunday, April 21st. We will have our regular brunch service that weekend; therefore, we will not be offering reservations, but we will be offering good food and good clean fun.
Baker and owner/partner Vanilla Thunder was featured in the Missoulian as "Monday's Montanan" a few weeks back. What a dreamboat!
Thank you, Missoula Independent readers for treating us so well in the annual Best of Missoula poll! We won Best Brunch, Best Chefs (Ryan Smtih and Walker Hunter), Best Barista (Racquelle!), and our food cart, Beastro, was victorious as well in the mobile food division, not to mention we placed in the Best Caterer and Family-Friendly Restaurant categories. We hope to continue being one of your faves, MSO!
Upcoming brunch themes:
4.13: Game of Thrones Brunch–Spring is Coming
4.20: Easter Weekend
5.4: Graduation: 80s TV
5.11: Mother's Day Weekend: Mom's love Hans
5.25: Eastern European
Did you know we were on the Food Network with a bunch of other Missoula joints? Check out I Hart Food with internet sensation, Hannah Hart.
Hey, we won Best Brunch, Best Chef(s), and Best Caterer in the 2017 Best of Missoula readers' poll. Thanks, Bistronauts!
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
Book your party with us. 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.
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.