SHOPPING AND DINING
When it comes to meeting planning, Bozeman has it all: a central location no more than four hours flight time from most major cities, a walkable downtown district packed with shopping, dining, nightlife and cultural attractions, and Yellowstone National Park as a backyard. Add that to thousands of hotel rooms, state-of-the-art facilities and a bureau that knows from top to bottom how to create a successful event. Here’s a quick look at Bozeman’s truly extraordinary qualities.
Downtown Bozeman has been an important gateway to the West for more than 100 years. Today, with more than 100 shops, eateries and pubs lining a historic corridor, it’s the ideal place for a quick stroll after your meeting or event. The Gallatin Valley Mall and a myriad of national retail outlets are a short distance from the city center, on 19th Street.
And if it’s local flavor you’re after, Bozeman’s dining offerings range from Montana’s variation on home-cooked comfort food to four-star elegance. For coffee lovers, Bozeman is also something of a revelation. Baristas take steamed milk very seriously here.