Reviews on Pub food in Polson, Montana, United States. Polson is a city in Lake County, Montana, United States, on the southern shore of Flathead Lake. It is also on the Flathead Indian Reservation. The population was 4,488 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Lake County. The city was named after pioneer rancher David Polson.
Things to do in Polson
4 based on 39 reviews
Every year when we spend a month on Flathead Lake we manage a visit to the Sportspage Bowl Grill. Several years ago my son took a poll. He asked everyone he talked to in Polson where to,get the best hamburger. The consensus was Sportspage. That is his standard orderâBig Louâs Burger. My wife and I usually opt to share an order of fish and chips that have always been excellent. This year, not so great. They had a very thin coating rather than a thicker batter coating. We had the same experience at Tamarack in Lakeside. I hope this is not the new way to prepare fish and chips in Western Montana. I have a suspicion that both places get their fish from the same restaurant supplier. I hope I am wrong and they are better next year. Our waitress was heads up. We were meeting anther couple for lunch. We were waiting for them in the bowling alley. They were waiting for us in the bar. Our waitress recognized the problem and got us together in short order.
4 based on 41 reviews
Pete's is going through remodeling (July 2019), and it looks like more room is in store soon. Don't be fooled by the frontal view. The construction area is an eyesore, but you will be rewarded for stepping inside. For now, you can't beat the view to Flathead Lake and the Mission Mountains beyond to the east. We had a party of 11, and the staff easily accommodated our seating on the deck. It helped that we arrived early for dinner. The crowd had swelled by the time we finished dinner and were ready to leave. Food was mostly excellent. While we waited for entrees, the kitchen sent out a bottomless supply of chips to go with our drinks. Several guests raved over the pizza. Another guest had the flatiron steak sandwich, and he loved it. I had chicken marsala, and it was delicious. Main dishes were a little slow in clearing the kitchen, but that was understandable, given the size of our party. Overall, it was a very pleasant experience.
Zilch on an entertainment level. Zilch on atmosphere. A wine bar that doesn't give pour options. 5-5.5 oz pour. I asked for another glass, but was informed that I needed to finish my glass so it didn't break the owners 5-5.5oz rule. Apparently pouring another glass before finishing the last swig of wine throws the pour off. I headed back to the Polson Motorcoach Resort, opened a bottle of wine, and waved at people walking by. Much better option. Skip this place.
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