It was a nice winter evening in the Falls and after spending a couple hours checking out the Winter Festival of Lights displays and the almost art-like scenery of the ice covered rocks, trees and buildings near Table Rock Welcome Center, Tara and I decided to head up to Montana’s to grab a late meal.
The streets were quite on this particular evening and parking was easy to find nearby. Since it was getting late dinner wise, we were among only a few people in the restaurant and at the time most of the place had already been cleaned up and closed off for the night.
We were greeted at the door by our server and promptly seated at a table in the bar area and given our menus.
There are a lot of options in the Montana's Cookhouse Menu and it seemed to cover everything from childrens menu options, starter items to burgers and fries through to seafood dishes and up to several steak options for event the most picky of eater like myself.
Montana’s is known for their ribs and steak but since it was getting late we decided to take it easy on the kitchen staff and order some easy meals. I chose a great sounding Big and Bold Brisket Burger at $12.99 and Tara chose the Four Cheese Spinach Dip at $9.99.
While we waited for our meals it gave us a chance to take a quick look around at the restaurant itself. The place itself is made up to look and feel like a outdoorsy, woodsy log cabin experience. All the walls and pillars were clad in logs or rough cut timber and there were many outdoor objects on and around the place including skis, a canoe, an old snow mobile hanging from the rafters and fishing paraphernalia throughout. All the painting and photographs on the wall were nature scenes and it all came together to give a warm and comfortable feel to the place. I cold see however that this would be a nightmare to clean as there are a million little places that could easily collect dust.
Our meals came in a timely manner and both were hot. My burger consisted of Sirloin patty covered Beef Brisket, Cajun onions, pickles, tomato, lettuce and all topped with Texas Bold BBQ sauce. Normally it would also include cheese but I asked for it not to be included.The meal also came with a large serving of fries on the side. Tara’s Spinach Dip came with a blend of four cheeses, some spices, spinach and served with crispy pita chips.
I can say that my Texas Bold Burger was both large enough and tasty enough to satisfy my taste. It was actually the perfect size for what I was looking for in a burger and well worth the price.
Tara however wasn’t overly impressed with her Spinach Dip. It was good but not the best she has ever had. The meal was however the perfect size for her as well and we both left feeling satisfied with our menu choices.
I would have to say that with it’s location being so close to the top of Clifton Hill that Montana’s is a great place to consider eating at when in the area. With the free refills on pop and reasonable prices for meals along with its proximity to all the attractions of the Falls it’s the perfect place to grab a bite.
More Info Address: 5759 Victoria Ave. (Top of Clifton Hill) Phone: 905-356-7427 Menu:Montana's Menu
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NEVER AGAIN! Not rated yet WE ARRIVED AT 840PM GOT SERVED AT 1010PM. CUSTOMER SERVICE WAS AWFUL MANAGEMENT WAS RUDE!
We never got seated..... Not rated yet Initially we were taken to the farthest booth from the door passing countless clean empty tables and booths. Once at the booth, we were being seated next …