Cafe Madriz brings the authentic taste of Spanish cuisine to Southwest Montana. The Cafe Madriz experience is all about the food, the wine and the company. Chef and owner, Elena deDiego creates everything homemade from scratch: appetizers, hot and cold small plates, entrees and desserts. Enjoy a variety of tapas featuring imported products like Manchego cheese, Serrano Ham and chorizos. Beginning November 2012 - Cafe Madriz catering, private dinners and events are now offered! Call or email for reservations as space is limited. • Ideal for holidays, office parties, social gatherings, in-home events • Requests available - create your own menu or tapas party: - Taste of Spain - Paella party - Dessert for dinner - Imported wine & cheese sampler - Sangria social - Gluten free - Vegetarian • In-home cooking classes available upon request • Full selection of beer, wine and signature sangria Seasonally, May through September, Cafe Madriz is open in West Yellowstone, MT - convenient location at 311 N. Canyon St.
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In the Media
Cafe Madriz has climbed to the top of Trip Advisor and was recently featured in the New York Times by food columnist - read articles here.
New York Times
“…We found Café Madriz, a Spanish restaurant with a level of authenticity you could admire almost anywhere in this country...This exception was noteworthy.” - Mark Bittman, New York Times food columnist and book author.
Reservations recommended - call or email for catering, private dinner or event opportunities; West Yellowstone restaurant closed for off-season (open May - September)
- What's in a Name
- History of Tapas
- Origins of Spanish Cuisine
“My passion for food started at a very early age, watching my grandma, Vicenta, prepare outrageous “banquets” for the Sunday lunch family tradition. Even though the gathering did not have more that 7-8 people, grandma Vicenta would make enough food to feed a soccer stadium.”- Owner & Chef, Elena DeDiego Also influenced by Vicenta’s cooking were her daughter and my aunt, Pili, who along with her husband, started a restaurant in downtown Madrid back in the 1990s. Within months that restaurant became a success and a few years later, they opened a second restaurant. I worked for them for a few years while in College. I have been working in the hospitality industry for over 10 years. I even started a small Spanish food booth called ‘El Chiringuito” in 2004 and served traditional Spanish dishes at the Bozeman Farmer’s Market. Since then, it has been my dream to open an authentic Spanish restaurant and Cafe Madriz is it!”