Monday, October 25, 2010

West Yellowstone, MT - Pizza, Playmill

This was a last minute trip that we made with my sister to meet up with my grandma and her husband before the weather got bad. We didn't go into Yellowstone because it's costs about $25 a car.

The drive was beautiful, about 1 1/2 hours north of Rexburg, just follow highway 20. The town of West Yellowstone is full of cute little touristy shops. There is a Bear and Wolf discovery center and an Imax theater. In the off season (i.e.- not summer) there are quite a few places that are closed, but during the summer it does get pretty busy, so be warned of that.

We ate lunch at Wild West Pizzeria and it was SO SO good. By recommendation we tried a local favorite that had bbq sauce, baked beans, red onions, and beef on it. It was way better than I expected, it was great. We also had the "Sitting Bull" which was basically meat lovers but also so good. It's also right across from the Playmill theater, which was closed for winter, but we'll be going to a show next summer for sure.

We also had ice cream at a place where they mix whatever flavors you want and there was a super cute little candy store with all sorts of old and new candies.

Anyway, it was a fun little trip, I love exploring new places.

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