This Tasty Montana Restaurant Is Home To The Biggest Steak We’ve Ever Seen
We love our meat here in Montana — and sometimes, we love a lot of it at once. Some of our local steakhouses serve hearty cuts of meat, but the 48 oz. bone-in ribeye at Beef ‘N Bone steakhouse is especially impressive.
Beef N' Bone Steakhouse is located at 19 Ulm North Frontage Rd. in the tiny town of Ulm, which is just outside Great Falls.
Chef Michael Shaw opened the eatery in June of 2013 with his wife, Catherine, and son, Eric.
The dining area is cozy, casual, and welcoming.
You can dine here from Tuesday - Saturday from 5 p.m. until 9 p.n. (10 on the weekends).
The meat on the menu is entirely local, and it's absolutely delicious.
The beef comes straight from Montana ranches and is processed by Bear Paw Meats.
If you're starving, head straight to the Bone Yard portion of the menu and order the Tomahawk.
The Tomahawk is a 48 oz. bone-in ribeye that will blow your mind and fill your belly.
While on meaty Tomahawk can feed 2 - 3 people, Chef Michael Shaw says some Montanans will finish the whole thing solo.
Once, a 60-year-old woman celebrating her birthday finished one off herself.
Of course, Beef N Bone has other (smaller) cuts of meat, seafood, and tasty prime rib on the weekends -- so you're under no obligation to try to polish off an entire 48 oz. steak.
However, if you love red meat and you have a hefty appetite, you may want to try the Tomahawk at least once.
We’ve got so many wonderful steakhouses here in Montana.
This one is a carnivore’s dream.
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