Rosie's is no longer anything, but a deck you can go up to from Red's Blue Goose Saloon. Pool tables and game slots. Seasonal.
Its now called Rosie's roost....appears to be just an outdoor deck for the next door bar. Only real breakfast place in Gardiner is Yellowstone grill and old Town cafe.
The only Rosie's we could find was an open air bar. We were told that the old Rosie's was closed and had been closed for a few months. It had the same address, so my assumption is the old Rosie's is no more.
Just had one dinner here but it was really nice. Four of us and we all had steaks - sirloin, fliet mignoon and ribeye. Service was good as was the wine.
We ate this restaurant on our recent trip to Yellowstone NP. It was a great surprise to not only see a diverse and unique menu but to have the food live up to the wonderful descriptions. I had the elk Bolognese and my husband, the bison meatloaf. They were both fabulous! I just couldn't stop eating it because it taste... More
We ate here for 3 consecutive evening meals last week. The food was excellent, as was the service. The decor is clean but a bit basic, being all wood panelling and pine. Pricing was reasonable. If you order pasta because the portions are enormous, one between two is quite enough!
Nice atmosphere, huge family-style portions, great food and service. The best place in Gardenir. Try it for dinner.
Rosie's surprised us as there was not a lot else open at this time of year so we had expected something less that what we got - and that is always a delight. The food was superb. My husband and I both had pasta - his was the elk bolonaise (yah, sounds odd but it was really good) and mine... More
Hmmmm....from the reviews, it looks like Rosie's has very mixed experiences. Ours was very good maybe because we had such a bad experience the night before at the Lighthouse. We found Rosie's to be friendly and welcoming. We both ordered the Walnut-encrusted Trout which was a very generous portion (probably Lake Trout). It was moist, and tasty. It came with... More
Our hotel recommended this place ahead of the Raven for dinner and having eaten at both I can't for one moment understand why. They seem to have difficulty in getting staff and so we had the strange experience of waiting in line whilst they have empty tables. The staff seem to think that the half full restaurant was very busy... More
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