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For breakfast and lunch, we like the McCormick Café, 2419 Montana Ave. (tel. 406/255-9555), and its offerings of eggs, crepes, sandwiches, pizza, and numerous vegetarian dishes. A classic drive-in known for its pork chop sandwiches and trademark UFO-shaped "flying burgers," King's Hat Drive-In, 105 S. 37th St. (tel. 406/259-4746), is open Tuesday through Saturday; credit cards are not accepted. New to downtown is the Soup Place, 106 N. Broadway (tel. 406/294-7687), which makes homemade soup (as well as sandwiches and soup-and-sandwich combos) with gumbo, Brunswick stew, and Cincinnati-style chili on the dinner menu.

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