Lewistown is a city in and the county seat of Fergus County, Montana, United States. The population was 5,901 at the 2010 census. Lewistown is located in central Montana, the geographic center of the state, southeast of Great Falls. First planned in 1882, it was the site of an 1880s gold rush.
Things to do in Lewistown
4.5 based on 89 reviews
Harry's on Friday nights is fantastic! I have only been there on Friday nights, three times I believe. Friday nights is when they serve Prime Rib. I have a big appetite, but the medium prime rib is more than enough! Last Friday I skipped the dessert that came with the meal, a trip to the soup and salad bar also comes with the meal. The salad bar is not extensive, but everything on there was fresh and well prepared.
The prices are reasonable, the prime rib was cooked to order - get the beer battered fries, they're a must! The service is friendly and quick. This past week I took my parents and seven year old nephew who were visiting from out of town. Reservations are a good call as this place fills up on Fridays. My seven year old nephew spilled water all over the table, the waitress was great and rolled with it and didn't make it an issue at all. Overall, this is my favorite Friday night eating place in town.
5 based on 34 reviews
It's a cold day and my grandson and I popped in for a bowl of soup and cup of hot chocolate. Both were delicious! They have some great pastries too. We love the window seat to people watch. Great comfy place!
4.5 based on 70 reviews
The food is good but certainly not gourmet. You aren;\'t looking for that in Lewistown. The specials outnumber the standard menu. 4 fish specials ,one steak and a chicken special. Walleye and Salmon were both properly cooked and good. Perhaps the restaurant at the Yogo Inn could compare but we did not eat there.
5 based on 5 reviews
Not only were our cappuccinos delicious, but the owner was "on point" as far as recommending excellent accommodations at The Calvert. Coffee Cup has the honest-to-goodness ambience of "real Montana." Convenient location too, and beau coup parking.
4 based on 26 reviews
We haven't visited in Lewistown for a year or so, and what a change has been made at Poorman's. We always enjoyed breakfast here, at least three or four times during our visit with friends. Hear there were new owners, and what a change. I always had scrambled eggs, crisp back, and thick tasty toast. My breakfast for the one day we ate there was: scrambled eggs that slid all over the plate, bacon that was greasy and had no flavor, and toast that I could have done without. The coffee was passable, but not the greatest. What was most disappointing, was the table right next to the window, with left over spilt cream, and butter form the last person. No dishes on the table, just a mess left after clean up. Won't be back, sorry it has become what it is, and it was so good, before.
5 based on 4 reviews
They have a very good choices of flavors and srinks and also serve sandwiches, salads and wraps. My favorite drink is the butter rum (hot) along with one of the best scones ever!!
4 based on 30 reviews
Lewistown is a cute little town that seems to be full of little blasts from the past, and the Dash Inn is no exception. Wonderful 50's drive through eatery. Large menu selection for such a small place. My cheeseburger and tater tots were completely delicious! I also ordered a cherry chocolate coke and a hot fudge sundae, and my total was under $10! Shameless comfort food, done right :)
3.5 based on 37 reviews
The burgers were good but not $40 good. I liked the fries better than the onion rings but their fry sauce was good.
4 based on 20 reviews
Fantastic stop for the kids. Had 12 kids, me, and the bus driver. The owner came to greet us and help pick what we wanted. We did the all you can eat pasta, pizza, and salad bar. The restaurant was clean and the staff were incredibly friendly. I'm not sure what time they were suppose to close, but we stayed until 9 pm. That had a great selection of drinks and the big group with no reservation was not a problem for them. The lot was big enough to park the bus. For all 14 to eat plus a tip, we spent $120. We will definitely stop again.
4 based on 28 reviews
They seated me promptly and provided chips and salsa quickly. Very good Mexican Food for Montana, tastes very similar to the Guadalajara's restaurant in Billings. Not hot but has good flavor. Love to stop in for an enchilada plate and a couple Corona's. The interior is a strange arrangement due to the shape of the building, but not a problem. Stop in if you are walking around downtown Lewistown. They will do takeout orders, but be careful if you have a long ways to travel because they put the meals on paper plate and wrap in foil rather then using foam containers.
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