honoring the pioneer spirit

About Us

Welcome to McGill’s

McGill’s Dining Room and Saloon is a culinary detour rooted deep in Montana history. Our dining room and saloon are located at the 320 Guest Ranch just outside Yellowstone National Park. Here we pay homage to the pioneering spirit by sourcing local ingredients to create innovative dishes that honor our past and celebrate the present.

Located at 320 Ranch

in Big SKy, Montana

Meander along the Gallatin River, through the Gallatin Canyon between Big Sky and Yellowstone National Park and you’ll stumble upon a little turnoff that will lead you to us. The 320 Guest Ranch is a respite from the hustle and bustle, a place to put your feet up while spinning tales around the campfire. Come for supper and stay to soak in the experience.

320 Ranch

History

McGill’s is named in honor of Dr. Caroline McGill, Montana’s first female doctor and former owner of the 320 Guest Ranch. Read more about Dr. McGill and the storied past of the 320 Guest Ranch.

History

Food

Our chef takes pride in creating pioneering dishes from the best ingredients Montana has to offer, including fresh-caught trout, local Montana beef, foraged mushrooms, locally grown herbs and more. Our menus change seasonally, so be sure to visit often to taste what’s new.

Menus

Dining room

Open to the public year-round (except for the shoulder months of April and November) McGill’s dining room is a culinary destination for Montana locals and visitors from around the world. Join us for dinner any night of the week.

Dining room

Saloon

Many a good time has been had in the saloon. It’s a place of tall tales and cold  drinks. Share your “big fish” story or shoot a game of pool. Grab a bite to eat from the saloon menu, featuring our spin on Montana classics and creative pub favorites that you won’t find anywhere else.

saloon

McGill's Team

General Manager

Amber Brask

Amber grew up on the 320 Guest Ranch and started working in the McGill's kitchen at age 15. Her passion for food led her to work her way up in the kitchen industry. Her keen eye for composition and flavor combinations combined with her inspirational attitude and business mindset guide her in leading the McGill's team today.

Head CHef

Daniel Hall

Daniel earned a degree in hospitality management, catering and buffet management from Daytona State in 2011. He interned at Alinea in Chicago, a Michelin Star restaurant, where he learned to push boundaries and create experiences with food. Prior to his restaurant training, he served in active duty for our country from 2002-2009. The skills he learned there come in handy to keep the kitchen crew in tip-top shape.

Operations Manager

Bethany Melson

Bethany hails from Virginia but gained most of her experience at the Columbia Winery in Washington. She is skilled in events and operations with a business mindset that aligns with the McGill’s pioneer spirit. Bethany leads the charge in challenging us to explore innovative concepts while holding true to our  roots.

Dining Room Manager

Claire Hanser

Claire has a vast background in restaurant service with a focus on wine and spirits. A Certified Specialist of Wine, she is dedicated to creating perfect pairings for the ingredient-driven creations of McGill’s culinary team. Claire looks forward to welcoming you to the restaurant and treating you to an authentic Montana experience.

Sales Manager

Sara Offutt

Sara works with visiting families, couples celebrating their weddings, corporate clients and adventure guides to create once-in-a-lifetime gatherings. With a bachelor’s degree in sports and event management from San Jose State University and 13 years in the events industry, Sara is the go-to gal for her clients.