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Burgers I Have Loved

Saturday, September 22, 2012
Burgers I Have Loved

Friday night at Goode’s Q & Bayou Grill – the Q Burger. Two 6.5 ounce patties topped with cheese and bacon. My one beef (no pun intended) with Goode’s is the French fries – don’t like ‘em. Everything else there is awesome, but the fries just don’t cut it. They’re too…crunchy? And not “potatoey” enough. Very minor quibble, though – the Q Burger is awesome enough to stand on its own!

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Luck of the…Bayou?

Sunday, November 13, 2011
Luck of the…Bayou?

Next time you visit Goodes’s Q & Bayou Grill – you know, to enjoy the best breakfast in Montana, or the delicious Q-Burger! – you’ll be greeted by the newest Goode’s team member! OK, so maybe he doesn’t *quite* blend in naturally with the rest of the bayou slash Louisiana slash Cajun theme, but he sure is cool. Bonus points if you know where he came from!

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The NEW Goode’s Q & Bayou Grill

Friday, September 16, 2011
The NEW Goode’s Q & Bayou Grill

Fnally made it to the NEW location of Goode’s Q & Bayou Grill – and we are BEYOND amazed! We were worried that in moving to the new location, it would lose some of its “funky” atmosphere, but what were we worried about? It’s even better now! And so much more space – the coziness of the original location, in the tiny log cabin in 15th Street, was very intimate, but admittedly a bit cramped. The new location – on 10th Avenue South at 26th Street – has plenty of space, is decorated perfectly (funky, jazzy, “Nawlins” flair), and...

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Eatery Update!

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

It’s official: Goode’s Q & Bayou Grill has (finally!) moved into its new location over near Benefis! Haven’t been by to visit yet, but can’t wait to check out the new digs in the next few days. It’s at the intersection of 10th Avenue South and 26th Street, in the same building as the San Remo coffee shop. Hope they kept the funky atmosphere of the original location! Some things for you to remember, if you haven’t tried Goode’s yet: first, it’s pronounced GOODZ – not “Good-eez.” Second, it is home to the best breakfast in town – the...

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