Chilled long-grain brown rice, garbanzo beans, bean sprouts, sliced cucumbers & avocado, drizzled with rice wine pesto
Long-grain brown rice, grilled chicken, roasted corn, red & green bell peppers, black beans, avocado, Mexican 4-cheese blend, cotija, house salsa & cilantro-lime sour cream
Pho The Love
Rice noodles, grilled chicken, green onions, lime, fresh jalapeños, cilantro, baby bok choy & bean sprouts in rich broth, served with a side of chili garlic sauce
Beef sirloin tips, long-grain brown rice, red bell peppers, broccoli, carrots, white onion, fresh basil & sesame seeds, drizzled with teriyaki glaze
Chilled rice noodles topped with fresh ginger, garlic, shredded romaine, red bell peppers, cucumbers, bean sprouts, basil, carrots, baby bok choy, scallions, mint & peanut sauce, topped with fried wontons
Grilled & blackened chicken breast, andouille sausage, green & red bell peppers & penne pasta in a spicy alfredo sauce
Located in downtown Whitefish, the recently renovated & reinvented Craggy Range boasts innovative gastropub fare, an extensive offering of creative libations, flat screens, pool tables, a full service patio, and a live music stage. The heart of Craggy’s local gastropub atmosphere is the centrally located bar featuring 16 craft beer taps. The innovative menu along with knowledgeable service that’s never stuffy or pretentious, and a persistent, creative high energy atmosphere provide a popular community gathering place.
During the renovation, an historical wall of hand-painted sign art on cinder blocks was revealed. The wall art includes local family names going back three and four generations in Whitefish, including the Goble and Sillaker families. Word on the street has it that the wall is from the old Hanging Tree. The wall now serves as a focal point to the centrally located bar, home to a large flat screen TV which covers an old window cut-out in the center of the historical find. In addition to the hand-painted sign art, some other unique and edgy additions are the garage style front windows, the longest frost bar in Montana, a railroad foot rail around the bar, sixteen flat screens, including two on the patio, and an upgraded stage area for live music. The expanded central bar and open feel of the entire space creates a fun and interactive experience for watching the game, listening to live music, and enjoying dining with friends and family.