McGill's is currently closed. We will reopen for dinner on December 9th.

Backcountry Bites and Creative Cocktails

Saloon

Stop in after a day on the river or to meet up with old friends who are on their way to Yellowstone. When you step inside the McGill’s Saloon, you’ll be transported to another time when the best part of the day was pulling up a stool to share stories over a cold drink and a bite to eat.

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Raise a Glass

to montana's past

You don’t need to take your boots off at the door when you step inside the McGill’s saloon, but do be prepared for a treat. Order a beer, a whiskey neat or indulge in a house specialty cocktail made using local herbs and meticulous processes. While the surroundings will no doubt transport you to a slower, simpler time, our food and drink menu offerings are innovative and creative and give you a taste of the best that Montana has to offer today.

Barrel Aged cocktails

The secrets to McGill’s house-made barrel aged cocktails are fresh ingredients and a little bit of time. We barrel age our concoctions for 3-6 weeks, and offer them individually or as a taster flight. Traditionally, most barrel aged cocktails are made with whisky, but we have options highlighting Rum, Gin, Vodka, and Tequila as well.

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The Brask Burger

A unique specialty blend of Montana Wagyu beef is used for The Brask Burger. Two patties are layered with cheese, butter lettuce, house made pickles, black garlic mayo, red onion, and thinly sliced tomato. All this goodness is served between a Toasted Potato Roll. House-cut fries are served on the side. The name stems from the current owners of the ranch, The Brasks, who have operated it since 1986.

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Step back

to a simpler time

Step inside the saloon and you’re inside one of the oldest buildings on the 320 Guest Ranch property. This building is the original homestead built by the Wilson family more than 120 years ago. In 1898, Sam Wilson homesteaded 160 acres along the Gallatin River. He constructed this building for his family’s residence. In 1900, Sam’s father, Clinton, claimed the adjoining 160 acres. The father and son combined the two properties to form the Buffalo Horn Resort. Since then, the resort has played host to generations of visitors seeking to reconnect with the outdoors and explore the West.

Dining room

If you’re looking to get gussied up for date night, make a reservation at the McGill’s dining room where you can enjoy more classic Montana flavors prepared in exciting, creative new ways.

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