Bozeman has the best options for inexpensive dining in a college town, hands down. La Parrilla, a wrap place with some of the strangest (and yummiest) combinations available, has been voted the best restaurant in Bozeman. Salmon wraps, Thai curry wraps, pasta wraps, and just about every other bizarre wrap mixture you can imagine are available here. Watch out for the La Parrilla Challenge at the beginning of each month, when groups have to go on wild scavenger hunts in the hopes of winning the challenge and receiving a month's worth of free wraps.
Due to its late-night hours, the Pita Pit on Main Street is a fun place to go around midnight when hungry partiers and barhoppers can be seen wandering in for a bite. Everyone in Bozeman agrees that Mackenzie River offers the best pizza in town. While it may be a bit pricier than Domino's, it feels like you are eating a real meal, rather than just stuffing some grease into your mouth. Students and Bozeman residents choose the Cateye Café when it comes to breakfast, where the menu holds such delicacies as banana bread French toast and "the Catastrophe": a blend of potatoes, vegetables, eggs, and cheese. Though students do not usually have the cash to eat at Bozeman's nicer dining establishments, many like to take advantage of a parents' visit to try out Looie's Down Under or the Sweet Pea Bakery.