Dining out: Around the world in 7 blocks Champagne dinners on a PBR budget Rule the potluck with pumpkin custard
Around the world in seven blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 How do you carry your beer? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Champagne dinners on a PBR budget . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Rule the potluck with pumpkin custard . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Regional Restaurant & Bar Listings: Missoula . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Bars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Bitterroot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Cover photo of CaffĂŠ Dolce by Steele Williams
Street address: 317 S. Orange St. Missoula, MT 59801 Phone number: 406-543-6609
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Silk Road’s Shareen
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Around the world in 7 blocks Five downtown dishes that bring global cuisine to Big Sky Country by Skylar Browning
sed to be that a thick steak cooked to perfection was all anyone expected from a Missoula restaurant—and it was fine dining if the chef could tell you the name of the cow that ended up
on your plate. Spices? The salt and pepper were within arm’s reach. Times have changed. While western Montana remains faithful to its meat-and-potatoes—or burger-and-a-beer—reputation, Feast 2012
more and more global culinary influences are creeping into local kitchens. Within one seven-block stretch, there are nearly a dozen different restaurants with menus inspired by specific regions far from the
Rocky Mountain West. We’ve selected five standout dishes found within that downtown area representative of just how far—literally—Missoula restaurants have come from standard cowboy fare.
Iza’s Bulgogi Beef
Persia Shareen, $7.50 Silk Road 515 S. Higgins Ave. Silk Road’s seasonally rotating Global Tasting Menu offers a dizzying array of options from dozens of different countries. For example, the restaurant’s fall selections include dishes f r o m P o r t u g a l , Fr a n c e , Morocco, Ethiopia, Japan, China, India, Italy, Egypt, Mexico, Persia, Austria and 6
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Holland, as well as a Marylandstyle crab dip. The skewered beef tenderloin served with a spicy Togarashi sauce ( Japan) and seasonal mushroom sauté (France) remain two of Silk Road’s most popular items, but the restaurant’s tapas style allows for affordable experimentation. That led us to the Shareen, an Iranian recipe featuring rabbit legs simmered in caramelized honey and a house-made Persian spice Feast 2012
called advieh. The legs are then braised with apricots, pistachios, orange and saffron, and served over crispy golden rice. The portions are small, so think about ordering two.
Korea Korean Bulgogi Beef, $10 lunch/$16 dinner Iza 529 S. Higgins Ave. Tobin Aroner studied business at the University of
Montana before traveling through Thailand and Sri Lanka and eventually working for three years as an English teacher in Japan. His time abroad helped spark the idea that his old college town could use an izakaya, a casual Japanese establishment perfect for sipping sake and chowing on traditional fare. In July 2009, he opened Iza on the Hip Strip. The Korean Bulgogi Beef has quickly become one of the
restaurant’s signature dishes. Cooked with garlic, onion, sesame and spicy chili paste, and served with organic greens and house-made kimchi, it’s available on both the lunch and dinner menu. Our suggestion: order it at lunch, in a Bento box, and wash it down with something from Iza’s extensive list of teas.
France Filet with Green Peppercorn Sauce, $37 Pearl Café 231 E. Front St. Pearl Cash first went to France when she was 21 and, like many chefs, the experience changed her career. “It all made sense to me,” she says. “They ate cheese for dessert and drank wine at lunch. What’s not to love?” Cash, now 56, returned to France as much as she could, and the visits helped shape most of the menu at her awardwinning restaurant. A 1979 trip in particular led to one of her more popular dishes: a filet with green peppercorn sauce. “I had never had [green peppercorns] before and I remember returning from that trip and immediately trying to have them mailed in,” she says, noting they were difficult to find back then. “I worked really hard to duplicate the dish and was so proud of myself for figuring it out from scratch. Then, when I finally found a regular supplier from California or something, I get a
case and there’s the recipe for the sauce printed right on the side of the can.” Figures. But Cash stuck with her own recipe, inspired from her trips abroad, and the item remains a favorite today, served alongside fresh vegetables and creamy mashed potatoes.
Thailand Tom Kah Goong, $14 Sa Wad Dee 221 West Broadway The reigning winner for Best Asian Food in the Independent’s annual reader poll serves up a cafeteria-style lunch and sit-down dinner full of authentic Thai cuisine. Locals swear by their own favorites, but the spicy Tom Kah Goong is a must from the dinner menu. This Thai-style hot and sour soup features shrimp, galanga, lemon grass, kaffir lime leaves, Thai chilies, lime juice, mushrooms and coconut milk. One word of warning: When Sa Wad Dee says something is spicy, it’s actually spicy. Let them know if you need it dialed down—or up—a notch.
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Ireland Cornish Pasties, $9.75 The Empire Grill inside Sean Kelly’s 130 W. Pine St. Sean Kelly’s made a bold move last summer when it decided to drop a lot of its stan-
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The Empire Grill’s Cornish Pasties
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dard American bar food and mix Irish favorites with traditional Indian cuisine. Rebranded as The Empire Grill, the new menu highlights flavors found throughout old British territories. That means patrons can choose between Punjab Palak Paneer 8
or corned beef and cabbage, Indian samosas or fish and chips, coconut curry tofu or shepherd’s pie. While the new direction is admirable— after all, the Empire is now Missoula’s only Indian restaurant—old habits die hard. It’s
difficult not to order the Cornish Pasties in a public house situated just a few hours from Butte, America. The hardy beef, onion and potato pastries are best served with enough gravy to fill a miner’s hat, and a Guinness.
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DISH Angus Beef, hand-pattied, charbroiled and made to order. We have over 18 mouth-watering specialty burgers to choose from, like the Inside Out, stuffed with creamy gorgonzola cheese and fresh chopped bacon. Or the Philly Cheesesteak (1/2 lb. or 3/4 lb.) made with 100% Certified Angus top sirloin - touted to be the best outside of Philly! The Burger Shack- Artisan Burgers Beef & More. Open Monday through Saturday 11am to 8pm. 1900 Brooks in the Holiday Village. Orders to go 549-2194. $-$$ Butterfly Herbs 232 N. Higgins 728-8780 Celebrating 39 years of great coffees and teas. Truly the “essence of Missoula.” Offering fresh coffees, teas (Evening in Missoula), bulk spices and botanicals, fine toiletries & gifts. Our cafe features homemade soups, fresh salads, and coffee ice cream specialties. In the heart of historic downtown, we are Missoula’s first and favorite Espresso Bar. Open 7 Days. $ Chocolate Eclipse 406-493-2597 chocolateclipse.com Fine handmade chocolate truffles from Arlee, Montana. Gifts and favors for weddings, holidays, corporate events, promotions, and your pure enjoyment. Custom edible designs, logos, or wording available on each truffle. No preservatives, waxes, or added oils. Vegan and sugar free options. Buy at gifts shows, farmers markets, and at www.chocolatestruffles.etsy.com.
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Ciao Mambo 541 S. Higgins Ave. 543-0377 ciaomambo.com Ciao Mambo, at the end of the Hip Strip on 4th and Higgins, serves up fresh, classic, immigrant-style Italian food seven days a week. Terrific service and an extensive domestic and Italian wine list. Take out service available. Open for lunch and dinner. Locally owned and operated. Reserve our wine cellar for your Christmas party, birthday party or any event. Our wine cellar seats up to 40 people. $-$$ Doc's Sandwich Shop 214 N. Higgins and University Center 542-7414 docsgourmet.com Locally owned and operated for over 20 years, Doc's is a true Missoula original. Whether you're heading out for a power lunch, meeting friends or family or just grabbing a quick takeout, Doc's is always available. Catering is also offered for all menu items. Delivery service within a 3 mile radius. M-F 9am-4pm. SAT 10am4pm. $-$$ Double Front Chicken 122 W. Alder 543-6264 Number of years ago Double Front was built: 102. Number of years we’ve been cooking chicken: 76.
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DISH Number if years in the Herndon family: 50. Always getting that perfect chicken dinner: timeless. Come find out why we rule the roost! Always the best, Double Front Chicken. $-$$ El Cazador 101 S. Higgins Ave. 728-3657 Missoula Independent readers’ choice for Best Mexican Restaurant. Come taste Alfredo's original recipes for authentic Mexican food where we cook with love. From seafood to carne asada, enjoy dinner or stop by for our daily lunch specials. We are a locally owned Mexican family restaurant, and we want to make your visit with us one to remember. Open daily for lunch and dinner. $-$$ Family Dental Group 2901 Brooks St. Southgate Mall • 541-2886 mtsmiles.com Do you have a flex plan or dental benefit with funding that expires on December 31st? You are not alone. A lot of people wait until December to try and schedule dental appointments. Unfortunately, at year end many patients forfeit their unused benefits because no more appointments are available. The last few weeks of the year are often fully booked. Famous Dave's 2915 N. Reserve 541-7427 famousdaves.com Stop in, or grab a load to go! Either way you'll enjoy the most succulent meats, savory seasonings and lipsmackin’ sauces around. Twenty five years of tastin’ and cookin’ make Dave’s 'Que the best ever. Dave's ribs are classic, St. Louis-style spareribs, hickory smoked to perfection, and Dave's award-winning Rich & Sassy sauce is made from a secret recipe - even his mother doesn't know! Happy Hour: Sun-Thur 8pm-close. $2 pints, $4 appetizers. Free wi-fi. $-$$ Five Guys Burgers & Fries 820 E. Broadway 830-3262 fiveguys.com Five Guys gives you exactly what our name suggests: burgers and fries. Burger-lovers come here for the best burgers and fries in town. And if you have a hankering for an amazing burger and world-class French fries, Five Guys is your place. $-$$ Food For Thought 540 Daly 721-6033 thinkfft.com Missoula's Original Coffehouse/Café located across from the U of M campus. Serving breakfast and lunch 7 days a week+dinner 5 nights a week. Also serving cold sandwiches, soups, salads, with baked goods and espresso bar. HUGE Portions and the BEST BREAKFAST in town. M-TH 7am-8pm, Fri 7am-4pm, Sat 8am-4pm, Sun 8am-8pm. (We often close at 3pm when school is not in session.) $-$$
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DISH Freemo's Pizza 1801 Brooks 406-728-9537 freemospizza.com Missoula's only 7-day-a-week pizza buffet - open 11am to 9 pm. Featuring our famous Bobby cheese bread, amazing traditional pizzas, mild to wild specialty pizzas, decadent dessert pizzas, fresh pasta, and an excellent salad bar loaded with all the fixings, all for ONLY $5.49. Freemo's also offers bottomless fountain drinks as well as a tasty selection of beers. In addition to the food and beverages, Freemo's Pizza has an arcade full of games that are fun for kids and adults alike. All of Freemo's Pizzas are also available to go for only $5.00!! Come on down to Freemo's and let us make you a pizza just the way you want it! $
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Good Food Store 1600 South 3rd West 541-FOOD Our deli features all-natural made-to-order sandwiches, soup & salad bar, olive & antipasto bar, fresh deli salads, hot entrees, rotisserie-roasted cage-free chickens, fresh juice, smoothies, organic espresso and dessert. Enjoy your meal in our spacious seating area or at an outdoor table. Open every day 7am - 10pm $-$$ Grizzly Grocery 447 Hill St. 721-2679 Grizzly Grocery has you covered breakfast, lunch and dinner. Grab a breakfast sandwich and coffee for the a.m. Tuna, egg or meat sandwich with chips, fruit and a soda for lunch. Try our Take and Bake pizza for dinner or a late night snack with your favorite beer or wine. Brooks & Browns Holiday Inn Downtown 200 S. Pattee St. • 532-2056 Have you discovered Brooks and Browns? Warm up your chilly nights with our Hot Jalapeño Artichoke Dip. We have classic French Onion Soup and hearty Bison Chili made in house daily. Fall in love with our Bacon Cheeseburger Meatloaf–stuffed with crispy Daily’s bacon and cheddar cheese, served with cheddar mashed potatoes and corn. And finish the best meal in town with our New Orleans-style Bread Pudding with warm caramel sauce and Big Dipper vanilla bean ice cream. We still have Happy Hour from 4-7 every day and on game days we offer wings specials and all your favorite local microbrews. Have you discovered Brooks and Browns? Inside the Holiday Inn, Downtown Missoula. $-$$ Jimmy John’s 420 N. Higgins 542-1100 jimmyjohns.com Jimmy John’s - America’s favorite sandwich delivery guys! Unlike any other sub shop, Jimmy John’s is all about the freshest ingredients and fastest service. Freaky Fast, Freaky Good - that’s Jimmy John’s. Order online, call for delivery or visit us on Higgins. $-$$ Joker's Wild Restaurant Lounge and Casino 4829 N. Reserve • 549-4403 Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week. Steak, seafood, banquets, cocktails, Feast 2012
DISH wedding receptions and so much more. Good food, good fun, good times for all! Where the Joker's Wild about you! $-$$ Lucky Strike Sportsbar. Casino. Restaurant 1515 Dearborn Ave. • 549-4158 Lucky Strike Restaurant under new management, new cooks, new dining room atmosphere, new menu items, and reasonable prices. Come into the casino for your chance to play Plinko, Spin the Wheel, or Roll the Dice for machine play. Open Mon-Sun 7am-2am. $-$$$ MacKenzie River Pizza Co. 137 Front St. • 721-0077 5210 Grant Creek Rd. • 721-0099 mackenzieriverpizza.com Spectacular gourmet pizzas on delicious sourdough, natural grain or thin crusts. Additional flavorful and fresh menu choices include made-to-order pasta dishes, huge salads, signature chicken chili, Montana-sized sandwiches and tasty panini. Choose from a variety of microbrews and fine wines. Open for lunch and dinner seven days a week. $-$$ Missoula Senior Center 705 S. Higgins Ave. 543-7154 missoulaseniorcenter.org Did you know that the Missoula Senior Center serves delicious hearty lunches every week day for only $5? Anyone is welcome to join us from 11:30-12:30 Monday- Friday for delicious food and great conversation. For a full menu, visit our website. Montana Food Bank Network 721-3825 mfbn.org The Montana Food Bank Network (MFBN) is Montana's statewide hunger-fighting organization. Feeding Montana since 1983, MFBN is a 501(c)3 private nonprofit organization that acquires and distributes food to charitable programs that directly serve families, children and seniors. MFBN is the only fully privileged Montana member of Feeding America, the national hunger fighting organization. For more information, contact Kathryn McCleerey at (406) 721-3825 x244 or make a charitable donation online. The Mustard Seed Asian Café Southgate Mall 542-7333 Contemporary Asian cuisine served in our all-new bistro atmosphere. Original recipes and fresh ingredients combined from Japanese, Chinese, Polynesian, and Southeast Asian influences to appeal to American palates. Full menu available in our non-smoking bar. Fresh daily desserts, microbrews, fine wines and signature drinks. Takeout & delivery available. $$-$$$
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DISH Philly West 134 W. Broadway 493-6204 For an East-coast taste of pizza, stromboli, hoagies, salads, and pasta dishes and CHEESESTEAKS, try Philly West. A taste of the great “fightin’ city of Philadelphia” can be enjoyed Monday - Saturday for lunch and dinner and late on weekends. We create our marinara, meatballs, dough and sauces in-house so if “youse wanna eat,” come to 134 W. Broadway. Pita Pit 130 N. Higgins 541-PITA (7482) pitapitusa.com Fresh Thinking Healthy Eating. Enjoy a pita rolled just for you. Hot meat and cool fresh veggies topped with your favorite sauce. Try our chicken Caesar, gyro, Philly steak, breakfast pita, or vegetarian falafel to name just a few. For your convenience we are open until 3am 7 nights a week. Call if you need us to deliver! Red Bird 111 N. Higgins 549-2906 redbirdrestaurant.com A hidden Culinary treasure nestled in the historic Florence Building. The Wine Bar offers casual dining with over 25 wines by the glass & an extensive beer menu with live music on Mondays. The Restaurant offers intimate evening dining showcasing local ingredients and transforming them into edible artwork. Wine Bar Monday-Saturday 5-10:30; Restaurant Tuesday-Saturday 5-9:30pm. $$-$$$ Sa Wad Dee Authentic Thai Restaurant 221 W. BROADWAY 543-9966 sawaddeedowntown.com Sa Wa Dee offers traditional Thai cuisine in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Choose from a selection of five Thai curries, Pad Thai, delicious Thai soups, and an assortment of tantalizing entrees. Featuring fresh ingredients and authentic Thai flavors–no MSG! See for yourself why Thai food is deliciously different from other Asian cuisine. Now serving beer and wine! $-$$ Sapore 424 N. Higgins 542-6695 Voted best new restaurant in the Missoula Independent’s Best of Missoula, 2011. Located on Higgins Ave across the street from Wordens. Serving progressive American food consisting of fresh house-made pastas every day, pizza, etc. Fresh fish delivered from Taste of Alaska, and local beef! Brunch on Sat. 10 am-3pm, Dinner Tues.-Sat. 5-10:30 pm, Sun 5-9 pm. The Shack Restaurant & Catering 222 West Main • 549-9903 theshackcafe.com Voted Best Breakfast in Missoula again and again, it’s been a Missoula favorite since 1949. Open every day at 7 am. Monday & Tuesday until 3pm, Wednesday-Saturday until 9 pm and Sunday until 6 pm. Great food, weekly dinner specials, fine wine & beer selection. See our complete breakfast, lunch and dinner menu online. Feast 2012
DISH Not Just Sushi Corner of Pine & Higgins 549-7979 Sushi Hana Downtown, offering a new idea for your dining experience. Meat, poultry, vegetables and grain are a large part of Japanese cuisine. We also love our fried comfort food too. Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. $$–$$$ Taco Del Sol 422 N. Higgins • 327-8929 Stop in when you're in the neighborhood. We'll do our best to treat you right! Crowned Missoula's best lunch for under $6. Mon-Sat. 11-10 Sun. 12-9. $-$$ Taco Sano 115 1/2 S. 4th St. W. Located next to Holiday Store on Hip Strip 541-7570 tacosano.net Once you find us you'll keep coming back. Breakfast Burritos served all day, Quesadillas, Burritos and Tacos. Let us dress up your food with our unique selection of toppings, salsas, and sauces. Open 10am-9am 7 days a week. WE DELIVER. Ten Spoon Vineyard + Winery 4175 Rattlesnake Dr. • 549-8703 tenspoon.com Award-winning Made in Montana organic wines – no added sulfites. Tasting hours: Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, 5pm-9pm. Soak in the harvest sunshine with a view of the vineyard, or cozy up with a glass of wine inside the winery. Wine sold by the flight or glass. Bottles sold to take home or to ship to friends and relatives. $$ Uptown Diner 120 N. Higgins • 542-2449 Step into the past at this ‘50s-style downtown diner. Breakfast is served all day. Daily lunch specials. All soups, including our famous tomato soup, are made from scratch. Voted best milk shakes in Missoula for 15 straight years. Great food, great service, great fun!! Sun - Wed 8-3pm, Thurs - Sat 8-8pm $-$$ BITTERROOT BITTERROOT Bitter Root Brewing 101 Marcus St., Hamilton 406-363-7468 bitterrootbrewing.com Bitter Root Brewery is open 7 days a week serving delicious microbrews and tasty hand-crafted food. Live music EVERY Thursday and Saturday from 6-8:30pm. Check out our website or find us on Facebook for upcoming events, menus, and other information. Cheers! Full Moon Saloon 207 Main St., Stevensville 777-3292 fullmoonsaloonstevi.com We're a good old neighborhood bar, casino & café, located in Historic Stevensville MT. Join 16
DISH the Full Moon family. Enjoy happy hour, theme parties, pool tournaments, hardy build-your-own sandwiches, and healthy soups. And sport-betting? If it's legal, we do it. Join us. $-$$ River Rising Bakery 337 Main St., Hamilton 363-4552 Hamilton’s newest bakery, deli, and espresso bar. Serving all-butter pastries, delicious and nutritious muffins, cream scones, and delectable desserts. Or choose from our selection of home-made soups, salads, and sandwiches found nowhere else. Open 6:30am5:30pm Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:00pm Saturday, 8:00am2:00pm Sunday. Weekday local business lunch delivery available 9:00am-1:00pm. $-$$ Second Street Sushi 322 S. 2nd, Hamilton 363-0600 Second Street Sushi is dedicated to providing the finest sushi experience in the Bitterroot Valley. Daily specials, delicious entrees, and a full beer, sake and wine menu complement a healthy and fulfilling dining experience. Lunch 11:30-2:30; Dinner 5-9 Mon-Sat. Walk in or call ahead. 363-0600. $-$$$ OTHER LOCATIONS OTHER LOCATIONS Amazing Crepes & Catering 123 Central Ave., Whitefish, MT 406-862-6002 amazingcrepes.com Amazing Crêpes was established in 2005 when Whitefish food entrepreneurs Becky and Todd Horning started a mobile crêperie to serve the local farmers’ markets and outdoor community events. In spring of 2009, Amazing Crêpes opened its doors in historic downtown Whitefish. The café serves as a home base for catering, mobile, and daily operations. High-quality food and beverages are served with an emphasis on using fresh local ingredients when possible. River Edge Resort 1-90, Exit 75, Alberton 722-3338 riveredgemt.com Start your meal with our awesome fresh salad bar, or with a bowl of made-from-scratch soup. We specialize in charbroiled steaks but there's something for everyone: burgers, chicken dishes, and an impressive seafood selection! Finish with a slice of cheesecake or chocolate decadent cake! Enjoy our full-bar and lively casino any time! $$
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Precious cargo The many ways Missoulians carry their craft beer by Skylar Browning
issoula’s deep appreciation of craft beer is usually measured by the existence of six different brewery taprooms or alehouses located within seven miles of each other. That healthy cluster of businesses—Big Sky, Bayern, Kettlehouse, Draught Works, Tamarack and Flathead Lake—means
Missoula is home to more breweries than department stores. It’s no wonder that Montana ranks second nationally for number of craft brewers per capita—and that we all wear Carhartt. Such a saturation of suds has created a secondary market targeted at local drinkers: ways to transport your favorite
beverage from the brewery to your home, or to the next potluck. What was once a fairly straightforward exercise in grabbing a six-pack has become as varied as the offerings from the local breweries themselves. Here’s a rundown of available beer vessels, as well as suggestions on when to use each one.
Standard Growler What it is: Half-gallon glass jug with a screw top. A true beer-drinker has at least five stashed somewhere in their house, garage or under their office desk. When to use it: You plan on drinking 64 ounces of beer within the next 24 hours. Where to find it: Every brewery. Some bars will even fill â€™em. ($12 - $14 new/$7 - $10 for refills, with higher prices for some specialty brews.)
Ceramic Growler What it is: A work of art that happens to carry beer. When to use it: You plan on
drinking 64 ounces of beer within the next 24 hours, and you need a centerpiece for your coffee table. Where to find it: Flathead Lake ($65, comes with two refills) and Big Sky ($80).
Euro Growler What it is: A fancy, German version of the s t a n d a r d g r o w l e r. Features a full handle, ceramic flip top with rubber seal, and curvy body. When to use it: You plan on drinking about 67 ounces of beer within the next couple days, and youâ€™re still sober enough to handle the flip top. Where to find it: Bayern ($38.25), Big Sky ($40), and Tamarack ($30).
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What it is: A plastic version Canteen What it is: Exactly what of the standard that holds 12 additional ounces. It’s especially the name suggests, but instead of water you fill it popular among sumwith beer. Holds 40 mer tubers and padounces. dlers. When to use it: When to use it: You don’t want to You plan on drinking share. These puppies 76 ounces of beer make it easy to hide within the next 24 what you’re drinking. hours, and you’re Ideal for a float with heading onto a river. your in-laws, the office, Also a good choice if you have a tendency Photo by Steele Williams church, etc. to break things when Where to find it: drinking. Big Sky ($20/$5 refills; some speWhere to find it: Kettlehouse cialty brews more) and Bayern ($25/$6 refills; some specialty ($16) and Big Sky ($18). brews more). 20
Tackle Box What it is: A super-simple cube that will keep 128 ounces of beer fresh for up to two weeks. It’s basically a cardboard box holding a plastic bladder, and the beer is dispensed through a plastic spigot. The whole thing can fit into a backpack. When to use it: You’re heading onto the water or into the woods, and an eco-friendly growler isn’t enough to satisfy your thirst. Or, a party pig (see next page) is too much of a commitment. Where to find it: Flathead Lake ($36/$20 refills; some specialty brews more).
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easy to carry with a base foundation and strap. Fits snuggly into a refrigerator. When to use it: You’ve graduated from growlers and aren’t quite ready for a kegerator. Where to find it: Kettlehouse ($60/$35 refills; some specialty brews more).
Cans and Bottles
Draught Keg What it is: Fridge-friendly mini keg that holds about 169 ounces of beer. Heineken markets a version nationally. When to use it: You want to do mini keg stands. Where to find it: Bayern’s version sells
What they are: Ancient devices used by early beer Photo by Steele Williams drinkers. When to use them: seasonally at most local retailers and the When you’re feeling old-school. Or when brewery’s taproom ($20). you need a pre-packaged fix after the breweries have closed. Where to find them: Big Sky and Party Pig What it is: A self-pressurized, 2.25-gal- Kettlehouse both can their beers. Big Sky lon cylinder that, if properly decorated, and Bayern bottle six-packs. Flathead Lake could look like an actual pig. Heavy, but bottles 22-oz. singles.
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BARS/PUBS Badlander 493-4834 Badlander Beverage Catering provides special events with full-service bars, staffed by professional and courteous bartenders dedicated to your needs. Badlander Catering is fully licensed and bonded, saving you any potential liability hassles. Covering a large variety of events, Badlander meets all your needs and more, all at affordable rates. $-$$ Chapman Homebrew 2330 S. Ave. • 549-1111 (the corner of Higgins & South Ave.) Chapman Home Brew: local source, equipment, supplies, information for the home brewer and winemaker, soda pop, cheese making, liquors and specialty glass bottles. Visit our new expanded location at Higgins & South Ave. It’s easy, enjoyable, economical and ecological to make it for yourself! We can help you do it right. Fred’s Lounge 8056 Highway 10 West • 728-9763 fredslounge.com Fred’s Lounge is Missoula’s original and locally owned exotic dance club where the management and friendly staff want customers to have a relaxing and enjoyable experience when they visit. Full bar and daily drink specials. Plus, liquor store and ATM for your convenience. We are open every day except Christmas. $$-$$$
Harry David's 2700 Paxson Plaza Ste H 830-3277 harrydavidsbar.com Missoulas classic rock bar Entertainment seven nights a week! Live bands Fri. and Sat. Karaoke Sun, Mon, Tues. WTF Wed. (TBA and Drink Specials). Daily Food Specials plus breakfast on weekends. (Grill Hours 11-9 M-F and 10-9 Sat & Sun) $-$$ Joker's Wild Restaurant Lounge and Casino 4829 N. Reserve 549-4403 Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week. Steak, seafood, banquets, cocktails, wedding receptions and so much more. Good food, good fun, good times for all! Where the Joker's Wild About you! $-$$ Red's Bar Home of "Dead Pecker Row" DPR Inc. 127 Ryman • 728-9881 redsbar.net Red's has a huge sports memorabilia collection including the largest football helmet collection in the state as well as two full-service bars, 11 plasma TVs, keno-poker games, a new pool table and "Big Buck Hunter" to accommodate our patrons. Come on down and support your favorite team with your friends, family, & acquaintances. Come on down and have a good time at Red's Bar, Missoula's Sport's Bar since 1952. $-$$
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Money grubber Champagne dinners on a PBR budget by Jason McMackin So you want to take your best guy, gal or pal out to a nice dinner. A meal made by professionals. With expertise. With local ingredients. With love. 24
But you donâ€™t think you can afford it. However, I know something about you: You can afford it. I know you can because you can afford a Feast 2012
$20.99 case of Pabst Blue Ribbon; I saw the empty box on your front porch. If you can afford that, you can afford a classy, delicious meal at five of
Missoulaâ€™s swankiest joints. Now this will take some finagling, some smart choices, perhaps expanding your palate and exploring new flavors and
textures—and, most importantly, maintaining a tight grip on your wallet. So put on your “good” Carhartt jacket, ditch the visor and leave the Chacos at home. Be magnificent.
Caffè Dolce Pasta may seem like a blasé choice for an upscale meal, but the flavorful house-made pastas at Caffè Dolce are hardly akin to the 99-cent paste sticks at the grocery store. The $14 Bucatini 26
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All’Amatriciani is the go-to main course. The pasta, spaghettilike but hollow down the center and pencil-sized, is genuine Italian pici. The dish is made with pancetta, tomatoes, chilies and pecorino romana (sheep’s milk cheese). Round out your meal with the $7 House Salad, featuring organic greens, chevre, candied pecans, seasonal tree fruit and champagne vinagrette. The folks at Caffè Dolce are happy to split your Feast 2012
order and will bring complimentary house-made bread and olive oil for dipping, allowing you to really stretch your dollar. For dessert, get two raspberry thumbprint cookies for 75 cents each. Total: $22.50.
Red Bird The classy Red Bird Wine Bar’s menu leaves bargainhunting food lovers agog. Start with the $9 Champagne Fondue, which comes with
bread and pears for dipping, nearly a meal in itself. The $12 Italian Sandwich is a behemoth of marinated goodness. Served on a house-made roll perfectly suited for sponging up liquid, the sandwich is a gaping maw filled with the salty love of genoa salami, capicolo, coppa, provolone and roasted red peppers. It also comes with an ample serving of potato salad. The sandwich is definitely big enough for two. Total: $21.
Scotty’s Table Many would assume that a space as elegant as Scotty’s couldn’t pass the PBR test. They would be mistaken. Get the $14 Penn Cove Mussels and Fries, pop open the bi-valves’ shells and pull out the edible interior, which has been marinating in a white-wine butter sauce. The farmer’s grip of house-made fries comes with a rich aioli for dipping. For dessert try the $7 Berry Crisp made with peaches and four kinds of berries. The sweet crunch of its buttery toasted almond streusel combined with warm heavy cream makes for a fine finish. Total: $21. Scotty’s Table
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Sapore Many folks know of Sapore’s famed $10 Mandolin Burger. It’s juicy, not greasy, and made with espressorubbed local grass-fed beef, topped with bacon, grilled
onion, barbeque sauce and Oregon cheddar. As per usual, it is served with a side of perfectly seasoned fries. Round out this meal with a $9 Panzanilla Salad, built with heirloom tomatoes, chopped anchovies, red onions and coated with lemon juice and olive
oil, which soaks into the housemade croutons. Crunchy, fresh and filling. Total: $19.
Biga Pizza Biga Pizza isn’t what most would call swanky, but its food is simply excellent. Rather than
focusing on expensive mood lighting and oddly shaped plates, Biga creates humble, honest dishes made with as many local ingredients as possible. The seasonal salad, with roasted local beets, Bitterroot honeycrisp apples, bleu cheese, almonds, sweet chili vinaigrette and toast points, might be enough for two by itself. The calzone is laden with prosciutto di Parma, ricotta, mascarpone, roasted red peppers and mozzarella and slathered in extra virgin olive oil. Total: $20. A glass of wine or beer would be nice alongside these meals. Both Sapore and Biga offer $3 PBR tall boys, and Scotty’s has $3 Big Sky IPAs and Bayern Ambers on tap. Caffé Dolce offers a $5 glass of fine house wine.
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Pumpkin Thai Rule the feast with Thai-style pumpkin custard by Ari LeVaux Holiday potluck season is just around the corner. And with it comes all the attendant anxieties, such as “What ever will I bring?” Given that there has yet to be a reported instance of there ever being too much pumpkin pie anywhere, you might want to consider that option. Perhaps not as easy as bringing a Le Petit baguette, or chips and salsa, but you’ll probably feel significantly less lame as you walk through the door. But wait—you suck at crust? 30
Well, consider this recipe I brought back from the orient. I call it “Pumpkin Thai.”
after college, where I experimented widely, trying countless permutations on the basic
When I say pumpkin pie, I’m referring to any type of winter squash, of which pumpkin is the poster child, pie-wise. I’m no stranger to pumpkin pie. I owned and operated a small pumpkin pie business Feast 2012
theme, and tweaked my way to some fantastic pie. I thought I knew most everything there is
to know about pumpkin pie. But walking around a nightmarket in Bangkok, Thailand, I had an experience that turned my concept of pumpkin pie inside out. Street food in Bangkok is a universe unto itself, a sweet and savory maze of seemingly infinite culinary creativity. The treasures that await the streetwalking gastronaut include curries, noodles, soups, fried fish and skewers, as well as strange eats like fried bugs, steamed pig blood and
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half-formed eggs from the entrails of slaughtered ducks. I was taking in the brightly colored jellies, tapioca balls and syrups of a dessert vendor when I noticed something beautiful and appealing: a squash that was sliced to reveal a bright-white custard filling. I bought a slice and was rewarded with a tasty juxtaposition between sweet and starchy squash flesh and creamy coconut custard. It had the flavors of a pumpkin pie, and similar ingredients, but completely different texture and presentation. When I say pumpkin pie, I’m referring to any type of winter squash, of which pumpkin is the poster child, pie-wise. And there’s no pastry “crust” on this pie. The Thai-style custard-filled squash, called sangkaya, is typically made with kabocha squash, which is dense and starchy. Most squashes, including pumpkins, are too watery for sangkaya, but buttercup and sunshine varieties—which, along with kabocha, all grow very well in western Montana—all work.
And while sangkaya is traditionally made with a sweet custard filling, it can also be made with a savory filling. I’ll explain how to make both.
Sweet Wash the outside of the squash and cut a ring around the stem, like you’re carving a jack-o-lantern. Remove the top and scoop out the seeds and inner goop. For a medium-sized squash (about two and a half pounds), heat one cup of full-fat coconut milk and a half cup of sugar. Palm sugar is most authentic, if you can get it, but regular sugar or brown sugar will work. Stir over low heat until the sugar has dissolved, and allow the mixture to cool to room temperature. Separately, beat five eggs—but don’t over-beat them. You don’t want foamy custard. Combine the eggs and coconut milk, and add a pinch of salt and one teaspoon of vanilla extract. ( Vanilla is a common and perfectly acceptable substitute for pandan leaf, which is what’s traditionally Feast 2012
used. Pandan leaf, also called screwpine, has a subtle, exotic flavor and a sweet, comforting aroma. If you can get it fresh, mince, blend or crush it with a mortar and pestle, and squeeze one tablespoon of its green juice into the mixing bowl instead of vanilla.) Pour this mixture into your hollowed-out squash, leaving about a half inch of space below the cut-out rim. Don’t put the top back on. Steam it for 45 minutes to an hour in a basket steamer. You might want to set the squash in a bowl for extra support as it steams, so it doesn’t collapse when it gets soft. After 45 minutes, check on the “pie.” The custard should have expanded into the top opening. Insert a butter knife deep into the custard. Using
a layer of slime on it when removed. Keep steaming, checking every 10 minutes until the custard is set. Then turn off the heat, and don’t disturb the delicate squash until it cools to room temperature. When it’s room temperature, cut the squash into wedges like a pie, and serve. The contrast of bright orange flesh and white custard is striking, and if it weren’t for the flavors awaiting you, you might be tempted to simply look at it and stop there.
Savory the point of insertion as a pivot point, wag the tip of the knife back and forth, like a paddle. If the custard is set, you won’t be
able to paddle. If the custard is still soupy, there will be little or no resistance against the moving knife blade, which will have
One thing that’s so special about winter squash is how well it lends itself to both sweet and savory applications. Back in my days as a pumpkin pie tycoon, I dabbled in savory pies, adding meat, greens, gar-
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lic, herbs and other mixings to unsweetened pie filling. Since I began hunting, I’ve enjoyed putting bits of deer and elk into my savory squash pies. Old habits die hard, because no sooner had I licked my plate after devouring my first homemade custard-filled squash than I began scheming ways to make a savory custard to fill my next squash. I decided on pork panang curry custard. Cut one pork chop into half-inch cubes and pan-fry until they brown. Stir in two cloves’ worth of chopped garlic and one teaspoon of fish sauce, then stir-fry for about one minute. Add one can of coconut milk, a quarter cup of panang curry paste (or the curry paste of your choice) and a half cup of water. Simmer for about 20 minutes until the mixture thickens, then remove from heat and let it cool. When the curry has cooled to room temperature, beat four eggs and combine with the curry mixture. Pour the mix-
ture into the squash and steam as before, for one hour, until the knife test indicates the custard has set. The savory pork curry custard comes out light and rich and full of spicy curry flavor, which mixes nicely with the earthy side of the squash’s flavor profile. Or try a “bacon and eggs” custard: Beat four eggs and mix with a half cup coconut milk. In a separate frying pan, fry one to four slices bacon (depends on how bacon-y you like it) until crispy. Set the bacon aside to cool, then crumble it into the egg mixture. In the frying pan with the bacon grease, fry two cloves garlic, stirring often, until they get fragrant. Stir the garlic (and the grease, if you wish) into the egg mixture. Pour into a hollowed-out squash and bake for one hour, until the knife test indicates the custard has set. With these custard squash dishes, you’ll rule the holiday potluck.
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