~ Gluten Free Bun $1.00 ~
Information and Policy: Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs, may increase your risk of foodborne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions. We do offer several gluten free options. This establishment uses glutens and dairy products, cross contamination is possible.
We accept Cash, MasterCard, Visa & Discover. No Checks or AMEX. 18% Gratuity will be added to parties of 6 or more.
~ Gluten Free Crust 2.00 ~
Colonel Charles Broadwater built the world-famous Broadwater Hotel and Natatorium in 1889, the year Montana achieved statehood. This grand resort was the stopping place for elite travelers going to and from the national parks of Yellowstone and Glacier. The broadwater Hot Springs Natatorium pool at 30,000 square feet, was the world’s largest indoor pool. At one end of the pool giant granite boulders formed into two waterfalls, one from the Hot Springs and one from a Cold Springs. The Natatorium also sported toboggan slides, a “plunge” and observation decks. Stained-glass windows and colorful tiles covered the interior floors and walls. At night, lit from within by electric lights, the building glistened like a jewel box. With a bow to the long and rich history of the natural mineral waters from the hot springs, in 2015 the facility, under new ownership, became Broadwater Hot Springs & Fitness.
At the Broadwater we’ve used traditional Montana flavors in new and innovative ways to create our menu at The Spring’s Taproom and Grill. We source local whenever possible because quality ingredients make quality food. We have a menu designed for our community in an atmosphere with the nostalgia of the spring’s historic past. The space that is now our new taproom and grill was originally racquetball courts 3, 4 and 5 in the Broadwater Athletic Club. Keeping in mind the history of the space we upcycled the 1978 vintage wood floors from the courts and made them into the table tabletops in our Taproom & Grill. If the tables could talk we are sure they would have some great stories from the thousands of residents and guests that pounded on them for hours. Recognizing the Broadwater’s roots here in Helena we have repurposed many locally gathered materials from the court floor table tops to the railroad track foot rests, not to mention all the other design elements seen throughout the restaurant. Our families were raised here in Montana and have a great respect for our Helena Community as we are very proud to say that our roots date back to our great grandparents. It is out of our love for this community that we give you “The Springs Taproom & Grill,” a place as local as the Broadwater Hot Springs. Helena’s Hot Springs.
We hope you enjoy soaking and hanging out at the Broadwater! Chris and Kellie, Scott and Windy, John and Bethany and our families.