This page lists public events at Moonlight Kitchens and other events of interest to local-food junkies. If you want to see when the kitchens are available for reservations, please visit our kitchen calendars page.

“God this is Great” Tasting Dinner @ Moonlight Kitchens
Mar 15 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Traditional foods for religious holidays from around the world.

We will be sampling dishes from 5 of the world’s religions including Islam, Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, and an Indigenous American culture.

There are some interesting holidays at the end of March, plus the Vernal Equinox, from which we’ve culled a variety of treats. Many holiday dishes are unique to a geographical area and some holidays are only celebrated in certain countries so this will eclectic.

Menu for the “God, this is good!” Dinner:   *BYOB

  • Hindu – Kosambari Salad (India)
  • Islam  – Stuffed dumplings (Russia)
  • Buddhist – Botamochi Rice Balls (Japan)
  • Pueblo – Juniper Lamb Stew – Wild Sage Bread  (N. America)
  • Christian – Bailey’s Pots de Crème (Irish)


Bring a healthy appetite and adventurous taste buds! $55 per person.

Call (406) 926-2720 for more information.

“The Perfect Dinner” @ Moonlight Kitchens
Apr 14 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join Moonlight Kitchens & Wine Guy Mike for an enchanted evening with the critical ingredients for the “Perfect Dinner” – cheese, charcuterie, fruit, bread, and thou. Add a libation of choice and life is good. Share all this with new friends, get some fresh perspective on pairings (and maybe pears 😉 and enjoy it all in an intimate atmosphere. The perfect recipe for a lively spring evening. This is going to be fun!

Bring a healthy appetite and adventurous taste buds! $35 per person.

Reservations required by April 12th.

Call (406) 926-2720 for more information.

“God this is Good” Tasting Dinner @ Moonlight Kitchens
Sep 15 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

September 15 – Saturday – 6-9pm – “God, this is Good”
Traditional holiday fare from around the world.

Limit: 14  Non-alcoholic drinks will be offered.

Deviled Eggs – Jewish – Rosh Hashanah
Goat Biryani – Muslim – Eid ul Adha
Kosambari Salad – Hindu – Ganesh Chaturthi
Poached Peaches w/Basil – Christian – Holy Cross Day