Coming up on its five-year mark, the Roadhouse Diner has swiftly positioned itself as a Great Falls’ favorite. Every burger is freshly made using beef which is ground in-house. With fun menu items and flavorful ingredients, the Roadhouse has set the town on fire—along with a mouth or two. Customers regularly stop in for the ghost pepper-infused Widowmaker, the southwest-inspired Lowrider, and the PB&J Burger, which is exactly what it sounds like. (Don’t knock it. Locals love this one!)
Roadhouse Diner owners Tara and Jason Beam are always developing new culinary creations. (In fact, Tara’s ingenuity as a chef won her first place on Food Network’s Guy’s Grocery Games in 2017.) In honor of Western Art Week, the couple is unveiling a special menu item that’s sure to satisfy: the Western Art Week Burger.
“Western Art Week is important to Great Falls,” Jason explains.
Charlie Russell—the artist who started it all—is particularly revered.
“I grew up behind the C.M. Russell Museum. It’s nice to see how it’s developed in the last forty years,” says Jason. “It’s one of the highest-caliber museums I’ve seen in the country.”
The Beams invite Great Falls residents and visitors to check out the many art shows around town, explore the C.M. Russell Museum (with free admission throughout the week), and to stop for a bite at the Roadhouse Diner (just two blocks east).
Feast your eyes on world-class Western art. Feed your mouths with world-class Western burgers.
The Roadhouse Diner is located at 613 15th Street North in Great Falls. For more information, visit roadhousegf.com or
call (406) 788-8839.