cowboy style. Meat is very good, fast service, excellent burger quality. something that really sounds Montana
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We had to wait a bit but it was worth it. We sat on the patio and it was very pretty. The food was great. I got the bison burger and I highly recommend it. My picky-eater friend finished her 16-oz steak and that tells...More
Happpened upon this amazing place from a recommendation by our Yellowstone River guide. Great find! The outside deck was right along the Yellowstone River. It was beautiful! The food was hands down some of the best we have had! My son LOVED the buffalo burger!...More
We ate here 2 out of our 4 nights in Gardiner. I fell in love with the Buffalo burger. My husband liked his trout special so much he ordered seconds. Nothing like sitting out on their deck having a glass of wine after a LONG...More
I had the elk burger and it was very good. I sat outside on the deck overlooking the Yellowstone River. It was very relaxing. Topping it all off, the waitress was cute too!
The place looks like a biker bar from the outside and holds true to that on the inside, but I don't think it's a bad thing at all. The beer was cheap here and the food was a little high in price but worth it....More
Cool atmosphere, food was good, prepared quickly and size proportionate. First time having buffalo meatloaf and it was good. Loved all the cool decor. A little warm inside but all in all in was a great stop!
The food is most important, right? If so, order the seasoned ribeye steak which was one of the best that I've eaten had anywhere. The service was slow. Even at lunch, we stood at the door of a nearly empty restaurant and had 4 employees...More
Western saloon feel with outdoor seating. The food was very good with large portions. Two of us split a well seasoned 14 ounce ribeye and had more than enough. Craft beer and full glasses of wine made for an enjoyable evening sitting at an outside...More
After a long day at Yellowstone we were ready to have some drinks and food. We sat at the bar and the woman tending was the most sour and non-communicative person we ran into on 9 days on the road. No eye contact, no smile.....like...More