Whether it’s a quick bite to eat en route to the next adventure, or a relaxing meal with friends and family at the end of a day on the ski hill, Philipsburg has a number of dining options to fill the belly year-round.
Start the morning with a breakfast pasty or house-made Bavarian cream donut from Sherry’s Homestyle Bakery or grab a stack of pancakes and a cup of coffee with the locals at the Sunshine Station. The Philipsburg Creamery makes all their ice cream - from summer strawberry and cowboy coffee to pumpkin pie and holiday peppermint - with fresh, local ingredients and is well worth a stop while shopping downtown. Don’t forget about The Sweet Palace - “the world’s greatest candy store” - right on Broadway Street, where kids and the young-at-heart can sample huckleberry or butter pecan fudge and taffy made right in front of their eyes.
For dinner, visitors can grab a table at Bricks Pub for a local craft beer on tap or a hot toddy made with Montana moonshine along with a plate of their cheesesteak fries or breaded hot wings, or nightly specials like chicken cordon bleu and bison penne with caramelized onions. Pizza-lovers will enjoy the hand-tossed, New York-style dough at Friday Night Pizza, with offerings like the Greek Za and chicken pesto, along with the thick-crusted Sicilian-style pizza. Check in with the Camp Creek Homefire Grill and Bakery to make reservations for their famous prime rib dinner, or join them for Belgian waffles and biscuits and gravy at their Sunday morning brunch.
For those looking to self-cater, Huffman Grocery is the place to stop in for fresh produce and meat, as well as beer and wine.