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Storm Castle Cafe and Catering
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5 Tai Ln Bozeman, MT 59715
5 Tai LaneUSMontanaBozeman59715
(406) 586-0395stormcastlecafe.com
$$Cafe, RestaurantToday 7AM–2PM
Saturday 7AM–2PMSunday 7AM–2PMMonday 7AM–2PMTuesday 7AM–2PMWednesday 7AM–2PMThursday 7AM–2PMFriday 7AM–2PM
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Storm Castle Cafe is a full service Breakfast and Lunch restaurant that serves beer and wine. Here, you will find skilled chefs, quality products and friendly service for an affordable price. We also cater and you can book the restaurant space for a privet catered party!
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Homey place with a rustic vibe serving hearty breakfast plates all day, plus burgers & sandwiches.- Google
"I really love the carnitas, served with yummy beans and spicy, pickled veggies."
"I wasn't gnawing on a bone-in ribeye or chicken wings, it was a sausage patty."
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Burns Amy
a month ago
I've been raving about this cafe to friends and other chefs. I just finished reading the reviews and thought it is unfair that people have a bad experience and complain online instead of talk to the owners/chef. The food is excellent, the menu is unique, and the wait time is long but worth every minuet. There is self serve coffee while you wait. If you ask questions about the food prep they wait staff will explain why somethings can not be changed. I live over 400 miles away and we make it in for brunch at least 3 times a year. Even in Chicago you would have a hard time finding a better meal. I'm a loyal fan!!
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Paige Tresidder
2 months ago
Storm Castle makes the best breakfast in town, hands down. It's my favorite! They make delicious Mexican inspired breakfast dishes. Many restaurants around Bozeman do this, but Storm Castle does it better than anyone else. I really love the carnitas, served with yummy beans and spicy, pickled veggies. They even make their own hot sauce! And if that's not your thing, they have plenty of other options, like the fun Hazel Merle (a reuben...yes, like the sandwich) omelet and great biscuits and gravy. I really appreciate Storm Castle for their creative, delicious dishes and their friendly staff and cozy atmosphere. And they are priced really well for the portion you get. Try it!
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J Clifton Meek
5 months ago
Best breakfast in Bozeman. I first tried Storm Castle when they were a tiny little diner on the outskirts of the Stormcastle area in the Gallatin canyon on the way to ski in Big Sky. in Bozeman, they brought all of their friendly service, top quality food, and generous portions. More recently, they include in their menu meat and veggies grown on their own farm — their peppered bacon is second to none. It can get busy at peak times, so plan accordingly.
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Andrew Nakas
5 months ago
This a go to for breakfast. The portions are huge and always great. The quintessential confort food.
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Eric Fink
2 months ago
TL;DR: Filthy hicks serving filthy hick food I went to breakfast here on Feb 24, 2016 and ordered the biscuits and gravy, complete with sausage patties, hash browns, and eggs. The first few bites were fine--nothing exceptional, but not terrible. Munching away, I took a bite of the sausage patty and bit down hard on what turned out to be a roughly pea-sized hunk of bone that was lurking in the patty, cracking & chipping a molar. The most galling part was that the waitress seemed completely unconcerned by this and the manager couldn't even be bothered, instead relaying the messages via the waitress that "it's totally normal to have pieces of bone in sausage" and asking "do you even know how sausage is made?" There was never even any paltry offer of comping my meal (that I clearly couldn't finish at this point, since I was instead scheduling a dentist appointment) or even the slightest hint of an apology. Apparently this is just expected for their food, and I was forced to pay for this privilege (as well as losing a day of work and paying a dentist). Keep in mind that this was a *sausage patty,* which unless I've had a very sheltered life, is traditionally served sans bone. I wasn't gnawing on a bone-in ribeye or chicken wings, it was a sausage patty. They boast so much about sourcing meats from their Hilltop-7 farm, but apparently the kitchen and farm have vastly inferior food handling practices to Jimmy Dean or even McDonald's. If they have so little concern for their customers that chunks of bone are getting tossed in the grinder, what else do they not pay attention to? Would they be unfazed by rats in the kitchen? Do they even worry about basic handwashing and sanitation? Reading some of the other reviews seems to suggest an emphatic NO and a general trend of disrespect and filth. If they are willing to treat customers that they have physically injured this disrespectfully and brusquely, I can only imagine how they would handle a "normal" restaurant snafu. Arguing by analogy, I would be only left to suppose that if they screw up your order, they'll probably yell at you for complaining and charge you extra for inconveniencing them. 0 STARS. AVOID LIKE THE PLAGUE.
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Dan McGuinness
a month ago
If this place is full of filthy hicks and filthy food, then I'll take a double order please. Great portions, great friendly service, and always a good meal. If the customer below thinks McDonald's is better, I'd like to give him a hug. It will be a long and difficult life. Storm Castle is my family's favorite place for a great breakfast.
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Alex Calderwood
3 months ago
Awful hashbrowns, great fish, overcooked bacon, good burgers. Their coffee is exactly what you would want a from a cafe.
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Dan Lee
7 months ago
I am giving these guys 5 stars as I think Anna's review is absurd and these guys don't deserve two stars. Great restaurant.

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