Just as the name suggests, the cafe at the National Museum of Wildlife Art rises out of the East Gros Ventre Butte, a few miles north of town. Its location across from the National Elk Refuge is home to many of the area's local wildlife and you'll often see big horn sheep and elk roaming the bluff at dusk.
Chef Tom Henninger prepares a variety of tapas, each under $15 and enough for 2 people to share. The menu changes with the seasons and availability of certain ingredients. Lobster mac & cheese, buffalo bratwurst and butternut squash tartlettes over a spring mix are a few of this winter's featured plates. A full bar offers cocktails, an assortment of beers and an extensive wine list. But Tapas Tuesday isn't just about the food and drink. The museum's exhibits and permanent collection are open to guests. Show up early and spend some time wandering through the galleries before settling down for an evening of casual fine dining.
Reservations are strongly recommended. 307-732-5434
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