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Doughnuts in Missoula, MT
1025 W Central Ave
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231 E Front St
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This is a great out of the way fine dining establishment, in the middle of town. The food was of excellent quality. The portions were the perfect size for a satisfying meal without over filling. The staff was very attentive, courteous, friendly and knowledgeable. I highly recommend this hidden jewel and will dine there again.
3.Rosauers Floral Shop
2350 S Reserve St
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Awesome place for coffee or breakfast/ lunch. Check it out!
4.Greek Gyros & Pastry Shop
520 S 5th St W
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This place is awesome. Don't pay attention to the bad review. Everyone is always friendly. Food is always fresh. Maybe some tables were dirty but its because they're always so busy (because they're food is delicious) that they don't have time to Appease to previous reviewers "standards". Who gives a bleep if the tables are dirty if the food is good.
190 S 3rd St W
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Bernice's is definitely one of my family's favorite morning locations. Their croissants are to die for, such as raspberry cream cheese filled, blueberry cream-cheese filled...even the plain ones are amazing. Their other pastries are mouth-watering as well. A friend ordered a cake from there for a small wedding party - it was absolutely delicious, and the presentation was lovely. I don't drink coffee, but I've heard that there's something left to be desired. The atmosphere is cute - very neighborly and comfortable. First come, first serve on the seating - esthetically pleasing variety of furniture.
6.Black Cat Bake Shop
2000 W Broadway St
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Love this bakery so much, all their food is amazing. I would buy a whole tray of their pecan bars if they offered them. Just wish they had better hours. They are always closed when I get off of work.
432 N Higgins Ave
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The coffee is amazing but plan on a long wait to get it if you go in the morning.
1003 E Broadway St
Albertsons is a nice place for shopping, but their parking lot is horrible. They have steep inclines that can have pits that will mess up your car, a one way loop that people always go the wrong way on, small spaces for people to rush in front of your car when leaving the building, and the parking lot has poor marking for any traffic. This is really clear when you go around 5 pm and the place is packed. You are better off going somewhere else or go here when the parking lot is free of tons of cars or people trying to run into you.
9.Missoula Fresh Market
800 W Broadway St
Recently disabled so first time to numerously attempt Safeway's self check out and use my food stamp card. Was called to another register so an older/middle-aged, stone faced man could treat me like I was a would be thief because I didn't know what I was doing. Then I had to shamefully produce my food stamp card, which I also didn't know had to be activated first. Awkward! After several attempts getting a wrong pin # he gratefully let me move on without my groceries. My friend asked me what happened to my groceries but I was too busy crying. I never did like that store with it's confusing pricing, impersonal staff, dry chicken....and rain checks, but this seals the deal. Never again.
10.Einstein Bros Bagels
150 W Broadway St
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Tasty, fresh-baked bagels and breads made with the finest ingredients, then stuffed, wrapped, topped and shmeared in ways never-before imagined. Today clever creations have expanded beyond the bagel to bring more new taste discoveries to breakfast, lunch and then some.
11.Le Petit Outre
129 S 4th St W
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Le Petit Outre's breads follow the time honored baking traditions of Europe. The breads are handcrafted using traditional methods and four basic ingredients: wheat flour, water, sea salt and yeast. LPO hearth breads are baked free form, directly on stone in a Fringand french deck oven weighing just over six tons. We offer our full line of hearth breads, european pastries, the finest espresso, artisan cheeses, meats and extra virgin olive oils from around the world in our 4th St retail shop.
12.Zimorino's Red Pies Over Montana
1250 W Broadway St
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13.Clark Fork Cupcakery
1915 Montana St
Clark Fork Cupcakery is Missoula's first gluten-free bakery. We offer gluten-free cupcakes, ranging in flavors from the ordinary vanilla to our delicious red velvet. All batches are made from scratch, with only the best gluten-free products. Our cupcakes are NEVER frozen.
14.Perkins Restaurant & Bakery
2275 N Reserve St
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For almost 60 years, we’ve been getting up extra early at Perkins to deliver a delicious breakfast to this great country. And now we’d like to welcome you to the Great American Breakfast. We’ve traveled coast to coast to find the freshest ingredients and tastiest combinations for you and your family. Try the New York Steakhouse Omelet made with savory, garlic-butter steak tips or the California Avocado Benedict with oven-roasted tomatoes and Pepper Jack cheese. So stop by for eight new creations that celebrate the best of breakfast in America. The Great American Breakfast. Now at Perkins.
15.Bagels On Broadway
223 W Broadway St
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3020 S Reserve St Ste A
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17.Great Harvest Bread Company
1407 S Higgins Ave
18.Brenda's Baked Goods
1221 N Russell St
2520 S 3rd St W
3120 W Broadway St
700 SW Higgins Ave
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22.A Cake Occasion
2324 W. Foothills Dr
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23.Bimbo Bakeries USA
8404 Elway Dr
24.Wheat Montana Bakery & Deli
8800 Truck Stop Rd.
25.Crave Catering and Cakes
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No matter whether you’re celebrating your first anniversary or your 50th, we can help make it truly memorable with just the right dessert or gift. Take a peek at our amazing variety of gifts for parents or sophisticated anniversary gifts for her. We have everything you need to deliver a stunning statement. And, be sure to check out our wonderful red roses and chocolate berry duos.
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Extreme Deliciousness!! The adults were fighting off the kids for the last crumbs of the brownie crisps!! The Coconut Itty Bittys didn't last long either...can't wait to get more!!
28.The Sweets Barn
11380 Highway 93 South
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29.Butter, Cream & Berries
On October 4, 2007 Dr. Lynne Baker removed all four wisdom teeth. My top right tooth was still impacted, so they had a difficult time extracting it. I had a blood clot and was unable to open my mouth for around two weeks after the procedure. I had a follow up with Dr. Lynne Baker where she indicated I was perfectly fine and refused anymore follow ups. I continued to go to my regular dentist(s), Dr. Greg and Eric Johnson with Gage Dental Group, with the complaint and they stated I was perfectly fine (without taking x-rays). Around two years later I started having pains similar to those with cavities. I went in to Dr. Greg and Eric Johnson’s office repeatedly and they never once took an x-ray. Instead, they insisted in filing the tooth down. Again, I continued going back with the same complaint until I decided enough was enough and tried a new dentist. Dr. John Stringer took x-rays right off the back and found three cavities. Fast forward a year and I decided to get braces to not only help with my bite, but to correct the clinching issues I thought I was experiencing. Hamilton and Wilson Orthodontics stated this will not only improve my bite, but the clinching will cease to exist. In November 2012, my jaw locked up on me and the severe pinching pain in my ear has progressively worsened. I was unable to open my jaw and was on a strict liquid diet. The orthodontist sent me muscle relaxers and anti-inflammatory saying this will not cure it but it will mask the pain. He also gave me a mouth guard, kind of counter intuitive since I could not open my mouth. This pain is in the same spot as the wisdom teeth problem and I believe as many others do, something is not right.
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