FORK AND SPOON HOMESTYLE KITCHEN
GOOD FOOD DOES GOOD
Welcome to the new and improved Community Cafe, now know as Fork & Spoon Homestyle Kitchen. We are a family restaurant serving quality affordable dinner. We take a unique, fresh outlook on serving a homestyle, casual dinner menu that provides great food along with a welcoming experience. We use locally sourced items when possible, with a flexible weekly menu that is enticing, and affordable for everyone in your family!
MENU IS POSTED ON FACEBOOK DAILY
You have probably noticed some changes at the Cafe recently. We surveyed customers and volunteers alike! We are using the valuable survey input we collected to rebrand the Cafe and improve customer & volunteer experience.
More menu options
Kid friendly menu options
Single meal service with larger portions
Our pay what you can model
Sunday – Friday
Fork & Spoon is Montana’s first and only social enterprise restaurant. A social enterprise is a business or organization whose profit supports the common good. A social enterprise applies traditional business strategies to generate sustainable income and profit, which in turn are reinvested into the organization to advance a chosen social mission. Examples of successful social enterprises around the country include LA Kitchen, Homeboy Industries, and Chrysalis.
Fork & Spoon operates as a social enterprise in several ways. Our pay what you can model generates a nightly income from patrons who are able to contribute towards their meal, which in turn offsets the cost of diners who were unable to contribute the full amount of their meal cost. Fork & Spoon also runs several for-profit ventures, including catering and space rental, and all profits generated from these programs go directly back into Fork & Spoon.
Fork & Spoon also works closely with Higher Ground Coffee Hut, a social enterprise with a dual mission: producing a sustainable revenue stream for Fork & Spoon and delivering vocational training for young adults. All profits from Higher Ground are directed toward supporting Fork & Spoon, while Higher Ground baristas train young adults in culinary and barista arts to prepare them for the local workforce.
IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS CONTACT US AT
(406) 587-4225 INFO@FORKANDSPOONKITCHEN.ORG