Downtown Red Lodge, alpine resort town, at its best. Bridge Creek serves lunch and dinner, superb coffee and even organic dining. Thanks, Chef Judd. Great food!
We decided to go there on my last day in Red Lodge and were wondering, why we didn't go there earlier! The food was very tasty and wine was very good. Good service, you really feal yourself like at restaurant (not in cafe) there. And also they served the best cheеse cake i've ever eaten!!!
Service, food and ambiance were all terrific! We were seated immediately (we had no reservations), and the wait staff was very attentive. The food (and wine) were fabulous! A little on the pricey side compared to other places in town, but definately worth a visit-especially on a special occasion!
The fall is a great time to visit Red Lodge and Bridge Creek. The summer crowds have died down and winter hasn't truly set in yet. There's always an open table for people who love great food and wine. More
This is a nice upscale dining experience. Not too upscale. We a had a wonderful meal with some of the best clam chowder we've ever had--maybe THE best. Would go here again in a heartbeat.
When we designed our restaurant, we set out to keep the food upscale while making sure the setting was casual. Many of our guests are on vacation after all and the rest are locals. Oh, and we're pretty proud of our chowder too - glad you concur. More
Always great service, menu is a favorite and specials are always a great surprise. Staff is knowledgeable and friendly. Might need a reservation to make sure you have a table.
We're glad to know you enjoyed your visit as much as we enjoyed having you. And yes, we encourage dinner reservations regardless of the time of year. More
This restaurant is the whole package of great food, drink, atmosphere and service. The menu has a broad selection in several price points so their is something for everyone. The Black Angus steak that I chose was tender and very nicely presented on the plate. We had a very enjoyable dinner.
We've always tried to present a diverse menu with lots of options so everyone can find a treat or two to enjoy. More
We have been here many times. Love the clam chowder, but tried the French onion soup this time. It was wonderful. Wine base and not too salty. Probably
Over the years we've served thousands of gallons of chowder but it's the other soups that give our culinary staff a place to explore their creativity. Thanks for stopping in. Again. More
We liked the option of eating outside to watch the evening activity in Red Lodge. My wife's steak (tenderloin) was cooked to perfection and flavorful. My rib eye was tough, gristly, fatty and flavorless. The veges and potatoes were good. The wine was expensive. Not a repeat restaurant for me.
We are normally very proud of the beef we prepare here at Bridge Creek so that makes your dinner experience all the more disappointing. I only regret that we didn't get the chance to prepare another steak that would live up to the quality of your wife's steak and the remaining elements of your meal. I do hope you would... More
My husband ordered the wild boar special with spaghetti squash over beet greens. He is still raving about this meal, although he is convinced it was lamb on his plate rather than wild boar. He also enjoyed the local brewery beer custom brewed for this restaurant, but you'll have to ask your server (he can't remember the name). I asked... More
Red Lodge Ales is our local brewery. They brew a Scottish ale that we call "Telemark Ale" and it often makes a great pairing with the specialty games dishes like the wild boar you enjoyed during your visit. With a kitchen stocked full of interesting ingredients, we're always willing to accommodate special requests whenever possible and it sounds like we... More
Clean restaurant with modern decor. Menu offered interesting and tasty choices. I had the absolute best rainbow trout I've ever eaten!! My husband tried the wild boar ribs which he said was quite delicious. Great wine selection.
Trout has proven to be a key part of our menu this summer and all the positive feedback like yours has been very reassuring. We also enjoying featuring unique game dishes like wild boar that are typically not found on the plates of other dining rooms in the region. Your review serves as a great encouragement to us to keep... More
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