Where Can I Get The Best Breakfast In Montana?

Breakfast, as they say, is the most important meal of the day.

To be honest with you, I can eat breakfast anytime of the day, it just hits the spot no matter what time it is.

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Now when anyone says "best" you know it's a matter of opinion as everyone has their own idea of what it really means to be the "best."

However, if you want what the website Mashed has said is the best breakfast in Montana, you are going to have to get up and going early.

They are only open from 6a until 2pm daily, so there will be no pancakes and bacon for supper with this restaurant.

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A healthy breakfast of eggs and salad

Locally Sourced Food Makes For The Best Breakfast In Montana

Another great thing about this restaurant is that they are using locally sourced food as much as possible from right here in Montana.

What could be better than a locally owned restaurant using locally grown and raised food from Montana?

That is one of the reasons Mashed named Nova Cafe in Bozeman the best place to get breakfast in Montana.

Nova Café opened its doors for the first time in 2005 and has been making killer breakfast food ever since. This Bozeman, Montana, eatery works with farmers in the area to locally source ingredients, and their overjoyed customers can taste the difference. The options on their breakfast menu are diverse. From Spanish dishes like My Migas to the Forbidden Hash with eggs, sweet potatoes, black rice, red peppers, sesame seeds, kale, and more, Nova Café is sure to blow your expectations out of the water. After all, it is the best.

As we said early, naming something the "best" is always going to subjective and everyone has an opinion; so let us hear where you go for the best breakfast on our app or on our social media pages.

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Taking a peek into the Kellogg Mansion is like stepping back in time. The home, built in 1925 was originally known as the Villa Marina in Dunedin Isles.

William Kellogg, who founded the Michigan-based Kellogg's company only lived in the sprawling mansion for about three years (during the winter months) before his death in 1951. Eventually, the home succumbed to structural damage and was demolished a few years ago.

In addition to the photos below, you can take a virtual tour of the home using virtual reality. A news story highlighting the University of Florida's program is included below.

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