FOOD, DRINKS & THE BEST ATMOSPHERE IN TOWN
Take a trip to the Emerald Isle without leaving the Flathead Valley. Since 2012, Brannigan’s has specialized in three things: authentic Irish fare, good drinks, and a lively pub atmosphere. This is Brannigan’s, not Bennigan’s! We’re a family owned mom and pop pub! Come meet your old friends and make new ones in our friendly neighborhood establishment – our customers come for the satisfying food and keep coming back for the friendly faces and the very best old-fashioned Irish experience.
When you try our food, you’ll be tasting some family favorites passed through several generations from our namesake, Isabel Brannigan Rose – who settled in Dupuyer, Montana along the Rocky Mountain front, then moved to the North Fork after she married her husband several decades ago.
May your home always be too small to hold all your friends!
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WEEKLY BURGER SPECIAL
BLOODY MARY BURGER- PEPPER JACK CHEESE, BLOODY MARY SAUCE. GARNISHED WITH GREEN OLIVE, PEPPERONCINI AND ASPARAGUS
Serving from 10/13 to 10/19
Try some of Isabel Brannigan Rose’s signature dishes – she made the best traditional Irish fare and you can enjoy some delicious meals like Shephard’s Pie, Corned Beef Cabbage or Hand-Crafted Pasties, family favorites for several generations. Staying true to our roots, we take care in crafting every dish and always use fresh ingredients.
Isabel Brannigan Rose is probably rolling in her grave – she wouldn’t let her husband have a drop of Whiskey on his death bed but now she has a bar named after her! Come try some authentic (and hard to find!) Irish libations. We’re the largest consumer of Irish Death – and we have traditional Irish concoctions like a Black and Tan, Half and Half, and Black Smith – we don’t fake it here!
The Irish are known for chancing their luck and tempting fate. Come join us upstairs! We opened our casino, which has a quieter atmosphere than the pub, in 2013.
ST. PATRICK’S DAY AT BRANNIGAN’S
Be sure to save the date, put on your green and join the best party this side of Butte.