The Old West was a historic place, a place unlike any other - wild and natural. It was settled by adventurers and opportunists with little but raw courage and spirit who braved the elements and treacherous terrain. The westward push was difficult and oft times dangerous, and the primary mode of travel was the stagecoach. It was a hot and dusty way to travel, the very rough - state of the art shock absorbers included a few pieces of leather stacked together between the axle and the cab! And one never knew if bandits or rustlers waited in ambush just round the next bend.
So it is little wonder that riders eagerly anticipated the journey's end, when the horses would pull into Montana Rib & Chop House. For it was there the road-weary traveler could have a cold drink or two, do a bit of gaming and partake of a fine, hearty meal. And it wasn't long before the local townspeople discovered what a great value it was and made it the most popular watering hole in town.
And so it is in the great tradition of the Old West, that we present to you the modern day Montana Rib & Chop House. It's still a great value. And whether you're a local or just passing through, you too can sip a cold one, do a bit of gaming and partake of a fine, hearty meal! Enjoy your visit to the Montana Rib & Chop House, where we combine the ambiance of yesterday with the amenities of today. Sit down and kick the dust off your boots. Our campfire is always burning, the coffee is always hot and good cheers abound. Pardner, experience the Old West!
Howdy Pardner! Montana Rib & Chop House is located on Miles City Exit 138 on I-94. We are about 7 blocks north on Haynes Avenue next to Wal-Mart. Just look for the covered wagon sign and the Old West-era building.Howdy Pardner! Montana Rib & Chop House is located on Miles City Exit 138 on I-94. We are about 7 blocks north on Haynes Avenue next to Wal-Mart. Just look for the covered wagon sign and the Old West-era building.
3020 Stower Street