With three locations in the Gallatin Valley of Southwest Montana, Cafe M serves craft Ghost Town Coffee Roasters coffee, made-from-scratch and baked-in-house pastries, delicious breakfast burritos, and eclectic wraps.

 


The Coffee

We serve locally roasted Ghost Town Coffee Roasters coffee. Ghost Town is a progressive roaster who sources coffee as carefully as they roast it.  On a daily basis we feature small lot single origin coffees from around the world.  On Monday, it might be a washed coffee from the Abakundakawa region of Rwanda.  On Tuesday, a natural processed Ethiopia Sidamo.  And Thursday, we'll highlight a complex Guatemala from the Huehuetenango region.  Each coffee is grown with rigorous standards, handled carefully in drying and transport, and then roasted to peak flavor by Chad or Scott over at Ghost Town.

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The Food

We serve pastries made from scratch and baked fresh each morning alongside breakfast burritos, yogurt parfaits, oatmeal, and a variety of lunch options (at our East Main store exclusively).  A great cup of coffee deserves a great partner in food. Flaky with subtle and complex flavors, our scones have a reputation as the best in town.  We bake fresh each day an assortment of muffins, sweet breads, cookies, brownies, cinnamon rolls, and more.

At our East Main store, we serve made-to-order burritos and sandwiches for breakfast and an eclectic mix of signature wraps for lunch. Our Belgrade and Kagy stores have grab-n-go breakfast burritos and sandwiches as well as oatmeal and yogurt parfaits.

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The Staff

In quality, ambiance, and energy, our shops are a direct reflection of our staff.  We have over two dozen employees working as professional baristas, bakers, and managers at any given time.  We are blessed to have such a rich group of people in the Gallatin Valley from which to staff our shops. PhD candidates, endurance runners, aspiring teachers, undergraduate students lost to declare a major -- our staff is vibrant, intelligent, and able to hold their own as easily in a good socio-political debate as behind the espresso bar.

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