Since its opening in 1982 the Continental Divide has become one of the most widely acclaimed restaurants in the Northwest. Long a favorite of anglers who fish the Madison River, the restaurant has been the subject of numerous articles and reviews in major newspapers and magazines, including the New York Times, the Washington Post, Esquire, Town & Country, Gourmet, and many other national and local publications.
Essentially a country bistro, the food and ambiance is straight forward, and unpretentious with an emphasis on fresh ingredients and creative concepts. Many food lovers find the cuisine synonymous with the gourmet lifestyle. The extensive wine list is thoughfully chosen by the chef to pair with the seasonal menu.
"Al Fresco" dining against the stunning backdrop of the Madison Mountain Range has become a signature experience for locals and visitors to Montana that brings them back time after time.