Fork & Spoon is Montana’s only “Pay What You Can Cafe,” open 6 days per week, Sunday through Friday, 5 p.m. – 7p.m. If people can pay more, they do. If people have a little less, they pay what they can. Fork & Spoon restaurant helps to build a healthy community by providing food in a respectful and dignified manner to everyone who walks through the door.


    1. We work as volunteers at Fork & Spoon

      On the fourth Thursday of each month, UUFB volunteers join others from Temple Beth Shalom and Pilgrim Congregational United Church of Christ from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. to work as hosts, servers, bus staff, and dishwashers.

      If you want to sign up for our next “4th Thursday” volunteer night, fill out the form on this page. Volunteers must be 14 years old to participate. If you have questions, please contact the UUFB Office Administrator at

    2. We eat at Fork & Spoon

      Another way to support our social mission is to eat at Fork & Spoon. The pay-what-you-can model is only successful if we have diverse patronage dining there every night, including those who can and cannot pay. Consider dining at Fork & Spoon once a month with your friends and family. Bring a friend or family member who’s never eaten at Fork & Spoon, or host your birthday dinner at Fork & Spoon! Or suggest Fork & Spoon as a dinner option for church, work, friends and family, social clubs and other organizations.

    3. New options: Use Fork & Spoon’s Catering & Space Rental

      Fork & Spoon is excited to announce the launch of a new catering & space rental program, including a dining room and commercial kitchen. Visit the website at or call them at 406-587-4225 for more information.