It's easy to work up an appetite when you're at Big Sky Resort. Whether you're skiing or riding the groomers, making tram laps, hitting tree runs, or crushing bumps you're going to want to take a break for lunch at some point to rest the legs and warm up during the ski day.
Here are a few of the best places to eat lunch at Big Sky Resort during the ski day:
- The Cabin - Located in the Arrowhead Mall, it's easy to ski to The Cabin Bar & Grill via Silverknife. The Cabin's menu includes authentic Montana soups, sandwiches, and entrees.
Lone Mountain at Big Sky Resort | Photo by D. Lennon
- Uncle Dan's Cookies - With two convenient locations at the Lone Peak Tram and the base of the Six Shooter chairlift, Uncle Dan's is a great place to grab a snack or tasty cookie while you're on the go.
- Hungry Moose - The Moose is the mountain's grocery store in the Mountain Mall. The deli makes delicious sandwiches.
- Shedhorn Grill - The Shedhorn Grill is located near the Shedhorn chairlift. Stop by the yurt and enjoy something off the outdoor grill while soaking in the sun on the deck.
- Yeti Dogs - Located near the rental shop in the Snowcrest Building in the Mountain Village, Yeti Dogs serves gourmet hot dogs with all the toppings.
- Black Kettle Burrito Co. - Located at the top of Swift Current chair at 9,160', the Burrito Shack is the place to go for a filling meal with a jaw dropping view.
- Headwaters Grille - The go-to spot for a hot meal at the Madison Base is the Headwaters Grille. There are plenty of options - and a bar too.
- M.R. Hummers - A Big Sky classic, this sit down restaurant and bar is located just steps from the slopes in the Mountain Mall.
- Moonlight Tavern - The Moonlight Lodge is a private club, but the Moonlight Tavern is up to the public. Located near the bottom of the Iron Horse Chair the Tavern is a great place for a quick bite and a drink. Reservations are encouraged.
- Scissorbills Saloon - Scissorbills is a great apres ski spot, but they also have a pretty tasty lunch menu.
Tasty Burger and Fries!
- Everett's 8800 - At the top of Andesite Mountain, Everett's 8800 is open to both skiers and foot traffic for lunch. Besides fine dining, Everett's 8800 offers stunning views and a massive deck. Reservations are recommended.
- Montana Jack - Located in the Mountain Village, Montana Jack serves craft burgers and craft beers.
- Black Kettle Soup Co. - There's something about hearty soup that makes a day on the mountain complete. Stop by the Black Kettle Soup Co. at the bottom of the Lone Peak Triple for a tasty bowl of soup at the bottom of the Bowl.
- Lone Peak Cafe - Located upstairs in the Mountain Village, the Lone Peak Cafe is your one stop shop for lunch.
This is far from a complete list of on-mountain restaurants, but this list certainly includes some of the best places to eat lunch at Big Sky Resort during the ski day, but it's certainly covers a few of our favorites. You can discover more Big Sky dining options at BigSkyResort.com