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A Country-Style Pub for the Whole Family URBAN AFFAIRS LAZY B BAR AND CAFÉ TEXT BY HOLLY MATKIN PHOTOGRAPHY BY SARA YOUNG NEIGHBORHOODS A U G U S T A M O N T A N A long-established eatery and gathering spot nestled on Augusta's Main Street is a place locals love and travelers love finding. e Lazy B Bar and Café has been a staple in the Augusta community for much of the past 138 years, having first opened its doors in the very same location back in 1883. 135 Main Street • Augusta, MT SiG MT SiG MT 15 e Lazy B Bar and Café is open om 6 a.m. until 10 p.m. every day except Tuesdays. ey also offer a 10-percent military discount. Phone: (406) 562-3397 A Since purchasing the business in March of 2020, Frankie Morgan and his cousin, co-owner Ma Pflieger, have made it their prerogative to bring back some of the best elements of the Lazy B's historic charm, while also serving up icy brews and fresh, savory meals their customers are clamoring for. "We love being from out of town but being so accepted in such a friendly community," Frankie says. "Since it is such an old, historic business, people are very glad it is staying prey much the same. ey know we're not just outsiders wanting to run a business – we want to be a real part of the community." e members of the Lazy B team are experts at doing the classics up right. ey serve breakfast all day long, and early risers can enjoy 25 percent off of any one breakfast item between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. daily. eir menu includes everything from New York-style hotdogs and "the best pizza around," to soups, sandwiches, salads, pasta, burgers, and "the famous Wilcoxson's ice cream," Frankie says. Visitors are welcome to hang out inside the family-friendly tavern-style restaurant, or to dine outside in the expansive outdoor area. A space for private gatherings is also available. Make sure to leave room for a dish of Wilcoxson's ice cream! The Lazy B team loves welcoming visitors old and new! Swing into the historic Lazy B for a cold drink and a meal to remember. This family-friendly tavern will quickly become a favorite.

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