Open 7-days a week 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm.
Winter hours (Sept 27 - Dec 22, 2015 only) Sunday-Thursday 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm, Friday and Saturday 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm.
Closed only November 16, 2015 and December 8, 2015.
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Families and Children Welcome
About Chico Dining Room
The Dining Room at Chico Hot Springs specializes in a menu of fresh, locally and regionally sourced cuisine. from our locally sourced center cut pork chop and Trout Almondine to our enticing Gorgonzola Filet Mignon. We use the finest local and regional ingredients including produce and herbs from our own greenhouse and garden.
My husband and I have been coming to Chico Hot Springs since 1980. We love it as much now as then! There's no place like it!
Chico Hot Springs dining experience is always one of TOP quality. We had an amazing dinner and the service from the staff can be beat.
We ate three nights during our stay at Chicos. The food and service were outstanding all three nights.
We had a great time. Soaking, a drink in the bar, and an excellent meal with family and friends.
Wait staff was absolutely wonderful accommodating my cousins dietary questions and requests. Morgan went above and beyond coordinating with the kitchen, gluten free substitutions to the main course with a smile and genuine interest in making sure our dining experience was memorable. I’ve been bringing friends and relatives to Chico for years because it has and continues to be a hidden gem that is the highlight of their visit to the Big Sky.
One of the best meals of my 67 year life. The staff was friendly and helpful, all of them. Fantastic experience.
Everyone who is lucky enough to work at Chico helps to make the guest experience more than five stars. The hospitality, the variety of accommodations, the pool, walks around the grounds, did I mention the pool??? Just sitting on the porch and absorbing the light on the landscape is enough to restore sanity in a too-frenetic world. Thank you all for making our stay so memorable! Lee & Ed
Absolutely wonderful dinner, everything was spot on- from the service and atmosphere, to the quality of every dish we ordered, it was hands down the best meal we've ever had in all of Montana!
This is my favorite restaurant. The food and service is fantastic. I only wish the commute was shorter, I live in Kentucky.
Another wonderful meal at Chico.
Food was awesome and excellent service and atmosphere! Ate three nights during our stay and wonderful each time !
It was a perfect evening. We loved everything about it! The food, the service, the great wine and the beautiful dining room.
Very relaxing, good atmosphere!
Dining in the restaurant at Chico Hot Springs is an awesome experience!
This is the only place for relaxing, service , fabulous food and the best Hot Springs ever. I love it all.
The steaks we had were absolutely amazing. The last time I had a steak prepared as well we were at Chico. You guys know how to do thing right
Great friendly service
We really enjoyed dinner the trout was delicious and the whole dining experience was delightful. Breakfast was a disappointment. Wish we had skipped so we could retain the nice reflections of the night before.
Hostess was very rude with every interaction during both dinners we had there. The overall atmosphere was terrible and service was awful. The only positive during our entire stay was the spa and their services. SUPER DISAPPOINTED AND DISSATISFIED...would NOT recommend Chico Hot Springs.
We ate dinner here 14 years ago, and the experience and food was great then and it is stil " over the top" in food quality, and service. Our waitress was so nice and accommodating, as well. We love Chico Hot Springs and recommend it to everyone traveling near Yellowstone. Our daughter and friend visited this past summer also and said that Chico Hot Springs was the highlight of their trip.
Service and food are excellent! Shane and crew are gems!!
It's been a while since we've eaten at Chico, and the ambience, attention, and quality remain a cut above. When combined with the unmatched beauty that is the Paradis Valley, a visit to Chico remains a real treat.
For the most part the food was good. I ordered the beef tenderloin tips, which were very good, while my wife ordered the Morrell mushroom risotto, which she was quite upset with. The risotto itself was mushy and overcooked, and the mushrooms which, we were told were locally sourced, were kind of flaccid. While my dinner experience was ok, my wifes was decidedly disappointing, and to top it off, the pricing for their food was expensive (right around $36 a plate and appetizers around $15)