MORE THAN COFFEE
Wild Joe*s is Bozeman
We hate to disappoint, but there’s no wild cowboy named Joe here. It’s just a nickname for coffee. The “Wild” refers to Montana’s wildlife, wilderness, and wildness of heart that draws people to this beautiful part of the country. Step inside and you’ll meet a representative cross-section of the folks who make up this remarkable town – students, entrepreneurs, academics, ski bums, conservationists, fly fishermen, climbers, actors, artists, writers, photographers, musicians, retirees, scientists… and, on rare occassion, even the occasional cowboy.
Wild Joe*s is an old school coffee house. We’re inspired by the vintage coffee houses of New York’s Greenwich Village and San Francisco’s North Beach. Here people come to read books, meet face-to-face, listen to jazz or folk music (and punk rock or electronica), share the family style tables and talk politics. Our 100 year old building retains original character, the wood floors showing the patina of hard use. And, we modestly believe we have the best coffee in town.