2nd Street Bistro - Livingston

The Second Street Bistro opened its doors in the Historic Murray Hotel in the heart of downtown Livingston in the spring of 2004. The Second Street Bistro is rooted simply in the belief that great food and wine makes life more enjoyable and we enjoy having the opportunity to offer awesome food and wonderful wines at great prices.

The Second Street Bistro combines the techniques of classic French cooking with locally sourced Montana lamb, pork, beef, chicken and produce. We offer a wide selection of wonderful appetizers, eclectic salads, pizzas, great steaks, chops and amazing desserts. The Second Street Bistro handcrafts innovative cocktails and has one of the largest wine lists in the region with all bottles hand selected by a certified sommelier.

The Second Street Bistro was recognized in 2005 and 2006 as having the "Best Fine Dining", "Best Service", "Best Wine List", "Best Martini" and "Best Chef" in Livingston.

http://secondstreetbistro.com
themurraybar@gmail.com

Mailing Address
Not Available

Street Address
123 North Second Street
Livingston,  MT 59047

Phone: 406-222-9463
Fax: 406-222-9465

2nd Street Bistro is located in the heart of historic downtown Livingston, 60 miles north of Yellowstone National Park. Highway 89 which runs north/south through the park, and it turns into Park Street as it enters Livingston. The Second Street Bistro is inside of the Murray Hotel, directly across the street from the train depot on the corner of 2nd and Park Street.

Season
All Year

Hours
Dinner: 5:00pm till closing

Payments
American Express, Cash, Diners Club, Discover, Master Card, Personal Check (In State), Travelers Checks, Visa

Reservations
Reservations Accepted, Reservations Recommended, Walk-Ins Welcome

Air Conditioning, Automated Teller Machine, Banquet Room, Bar/Lounge, Beer/Wine, Casino, Catering Service, Childrens Menu, Dinner, Handicapped Accessible, Meeting Room, Non-Smoking, Parking, Take-Out

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