Nice place. Stopped in with my family for supper. Very kid friendly. The whole place was filled with families. Great, friendly service from our waitress. Good food with huge portions. None of us could finish our meals. Good, tasty beer. Reasonable prices. Definitely worth a stop.
DuffMan (339) the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta | March 30, 2013
Every bit as welcoming as their Whitefish brewery, with the same quality beers and food. As usual, we had the whole clan here and enjoyed it very much. Of note, our server treated our kids (ages 7-13) with the utmost respect-- something that always stands out to me when it happens. This is an off-the-cuff statement, but I think Tamarack may be my favourite microbrewery in Montana, as a total package-- quality beers, welcoming spacious pub with a good family vibe, and tasty pub grub.
Wow, a Montana brewpub with food! And pretty good food, too. They had 11 beers on tap the night we visited ... None were bad, but none were really outstanding either. The best I had was the apricot wheat. My wife loved her enchiladas and I enjoyed a nice fresh salad, though, so it was worth the stop. Brewery #582.
Decent place. Too many college kids for my liking, and shit, I’m a youngin’, so this shouldn’t have bothered me, but it did. Anyways, head downstairs, if you’re lookin’ to actually eat and drink on premises. The food is decent; I wouldn’t call it spectacular, but it hits the spot. I like the other location better, as it is more picturesque. This location is bad; the ambiance is decent. The downstairs part has an open feel, a shuffleboard set, or whatever it’s called, is downstairs for entertainment. The bar is open, and has plenty of seating. The selection is comprises mostly their own stuff, which amounted to ~8 taps, or so, but there were three guest taps, when I went. The service was pretty good. Overall, not bad, but I was hoping that they’d have a special something on draught, but it seemed pedestrian.