Breakfast! | Photo: Donaldson @ Lone Mountain Ranch
Breakfast. It's the most important meal of the day. Breakfast wakes you up and gives you the fuel you need to be the best that you can be. When you're in Big Sky, you need a healthy, nutritious, and tasty breakfast to get you ready for your outdoor adventures.
Choosing the best breakfast in Big Sky is no easy task. There are quite a few breakfast places to choose from. All of them serve up hot and tasty breakfasts designed to make your taste buds smile. Try them all before you make a decision on who earned the title of the best breakfast in Big Sky.
Where are you going to eat the best breakfast in Big Sky? We have a few suggestions and recommendations.
The Cafe | Photo: The Inn On The Gallatin
- The Cafe At The Inn On The Gallatin - The Inn On The Gallatin is a cozy and friendly restaurant and lodge in the Gallatin Canyon north of Big Sky. Sitting directly next to the Gallatin River, this restaurant has been serving one of the best breakfasts in Big Sky country for a long time. Enjoy a generous portion of comfort American fare food like cinnamon rolls, breakfast burritos, chicken-fried steak, omelets, banana nutella crepes, and so much more. And every meal gets a sample of the chef special - donut holes!
- Hungry Moose Market & Deli - The Hungry Moose offers yummy breakfast burritos, bagel sandwiches, fresh baked goods and a full service coffee bar! They have two locations - in Town Center and in the Mountain Mall.
- Blue Moon Bakery - The Blue Moon Bakery serves delicious and quick breakfast options. Stop by Westfork Meadows to dine in or grab and go. It's your choice. Try the Benny. It's our favorite!
- Toast - Located in Big Sky Town Center, Toast delivers yummy breakfast sandwiches, baked goods, coffee, bagels, granola, and more. They are open 7 days a week. Enjoy the views while you grab a bite to eat at their street side tables.
- The Corral - Just south of Big Sky in the Gallatin Canyon sits the historic Corral Bar, Steakhouse, and Motel. This is the perfect place to eat breakfast if you're heading south toward Yellowstone National Park. The Corral's breakfast menu serves up breakfast classics like eggs benedict, steak and eggs, biscuits and gravy, hot cakes, and anything else that your stomach desires.
Many of the lodges and hotels (Buck's T-4, Lone Mountain Ranch, The Summit Hotel, Rainbow Ranch, etc) also serve tasty breakfasts. If you're looking for something a little quicker than a traditional sit down breakfast, try one of Big Sky's grab and go breakfasts or stop by Caliber Coffee to get your morning cup of joe.
Enjoy your breakfast!