Montana Dining February 08, 2016
These 11 Mouth-Watering Steakhouses in Montana Are A Carnivore’s Dream
If you’re going to open a steakhouse in Montana, you’d better know what you’re doing. In a state where meat is at the top of the food pyramid, you can expect most of your customers to be carnivore connoisseurs. Big Sky Country is full of delicious places to satisfy a steak craving. Don’t pass up the chance to enjoy a meal from one of these 11 restaurants.
1. Sir Scott’s Oasis, Manhattan
Sir Scott’s Oasis is a big name is this small town. The portions are quite large, and the service is always friendly.
2. Lindey’s Prime Steakhouse, Seeley Lake
Not only does Lindey’s serve amazing food, but as an added bonus, you’ll enjoy stunning lake views while you dine.
3. Open Range, Bozeman
Everyone knows that fancy decor is not a requirement for a steakhouse. But Open Range’s beautiful interior helps make the argument that sometimes it’s just plain nice to enjoy a filet in an elegant setting. This is one of Bozeman’s best places for a date night.
4. Carbon County Steakhouse, Red Lodge
Carbon County Steakhouse has a mouthwatering menu that features a Cowboy Coffee Ribeye dish that some people have called life-changing. Any steak that can change a life deserves a spot on this list.
5. Lolo Creek Steakhouse, Lolo
Between the classic ambiance (a log cabin filled with wall mounts) and the perfectly cooked steak, it’s worth making the drive from Missoula to Lolo Creek to enjoy a meal here.
6. Beef N Bone Steakhouse, Ulm
Classic American food in a casual setting... What’s not to love? The steak served here goes directly from the (Montana) ranch to the plate, so it's the definition of local.
7. Jake’s Bar & Grill, Billings
Jake’s is known to serve some incredible prime rib. Luckily there are two locations in Billings, so if they run out of it at one (as they often do), you can always try the other.
8. The Blackiron Grill & Rotisserie, Miles City
With steak from local cattle from some of the region’s best farms and ranches, it’s no wonder this place is so popular. Though this beautiful restaurant is fairly new, the building was made from reclaimed pieces of history. The beams over the bar, for example, are from the Old Milwaukee Roundhouse, which was destroyed in a fire.
9. The Land of Magic Steakhouse, Logan
This restaurant sometimes gets overshadowed by the nearby Oasis, but it’s every bit as good. Order the famous twice baked potato with your steak - trust us.
10. Buck’s T-4 Lodging & Dining, Big Sky
For over 50 years, Buck’s T-4 has been a favorite for visitors who are in town to ski. They’re known for their excellent wild game dishes and melt-in-your-mouth steaks.
11. Frontier Bar & Supper Club, Dunkirk
It's easy to drive right by this place...but don't. The locals love it, and visitors who stop in for a steak dinner are always pleasantly surprised.
Tell us about the best steak you’ve ever enjoyed in Montana!