Grab your ladies and get prepared for one of my favorite National Days. I typically don’t need a reason to have a nice glass of vino, BUT when National Wine and Cheese day rolls around, I don’t shy away from indulging.
Mark your calendars, July 25th is the day that you can celebrate without having to have a reason, other than…it’s wine day.
I decided to gather a little list of some of my favorite spots around Bozeman to gather the ladies, have a nice glass of wine, and enjoy some delicious snacks.
Maven’s Market. Located at 720 West Main St, Maven’s is one of those spots where you instantly feel comfortable the minute you walk in. The staff is so incredibly friendly and the wine selection is large, so there is always something for anyone you take there (even the picky friend that only likes the kind that is sweet).
Plonk. This is a fun place where I have gathered with friends and enjoyed some of my favorite meals in Bozeman AND they are so great at pairing a glass of wine with my meal of choice. The atmosphere is friendly and you don’t have to yell to have a conversation. Laughter is a must, memories are expected, and one glass of wine is just a start.
Tanglewood Grill & Tap. I won’t lie…this is the place you want to go if you are looking for a high-end, 5-star, incredibly flavored meal. If you are not totally into wine, you can get other deliciously hand-crafted cocktails as well.
It is obvious that the food and drink selection in Bozeman is abundant, so this is just a couple you should definitely check out if you haven’t yet. Enjoy!
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