Restaurant Week is returning to Great Falls in February

Restaurant Week is back for a second year in Great Falls.

This year’s event is Feb. 15-24 and participating restaurants will showcase their talents with handcrafted menus at a fixed price. All participating restaurants and their menus are listed at

Restaurant Week is an opportunity to experience all the flavors Great Falls has to offer through its variety of restaurants. This event is a unique way taste our place as the menus come with a set price for both lunch and dinner.

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“The chefs at our restaurants creatively plan a limited menu to ensure your taste buds will have an adventure,” according to Great Falls Montana Tourism.

Great Falls is known for its food and the city was selected to kick off the State of Montana Departments of Agriculture and Commerce’s Taste our Place initiative in 2018 since so many ingredients can be sourced locally. The barley for beer, wheat for bread and pasta, cattle for “world-renowned steaks” and other ingredients can be found within 50 miles of Great Falls.

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At participating Restaurant Week restaurants, the fixed price menu will get you lunch for $15 and dinner for $30.

Great Falls Montana Tourism is partnering with local restaurant owners for Great Falls Montana Restaurant Week again this year.

“Our guests to Great Falls are here for Art & Adventure – it may be our museums, it may be our day hike opportunities, it may be for the variety of biking, or to visit family and friends. At the core of all of these reasons is the food that fuels us,” Rebecca Engum, tourism director, said in a release.

On average, non-resident visitors spend over $50 million on dining annually in Great Falls, according to Great Falls Montana Tourism.

You can share Restaurant Week experiences on social medial using #GFMTRW and tag Visit Great Falls to win prizes.

For more information, call Engum at 750-1198.