Cook Your Own Steak At Peat Steakhouse in Montana

When you visit New York City, going to a restaurant where you can fish for your own dinner is a pretty cool idea. However, if you're the traveler type, tucked away in the small town of Lima, Montana in Beaverhead country is a place called The Peat Hotel & Steakhouse. Located at 1 N Broadway St, you can enjoy a meal at this charming, rustic restaurant.

If you find yourself on a road trip looking for a fun place to stop with good food, The Peat Steakhouse might just be your place. Don't worry about dressing up or looking at your best. That's not what it's about here. Come as you are and you'll be sure to be in great company with the friendly steakhouse staff.

Start by ordering a cocktail or cold beer from the Peat Bar. After all, who couldn't use a drink after a long day of traveling? Go ahead, you deserve it! You can then choose from satisfying appetizers like jalapeño poppers, chicken wings, or mozzarella sticks.

Here comes the best part about The Peat Steakhouse. You are the chef at this Montana restaurant! Steakhouse staff encourages their diners to cook their own steak like ribeye or filet mignon. If you're not feeling ribeye, they also offer chicken and hamburgers. There's a huge grill in the restaurant with plenty of space. The Peat Steakhouse will provide all the necessary seasonings, spices and cooking utensils for you to cook up the perfect meal. This is a fun way to get to know the locals or fellow travelers and allows you to cook your own steak just the way you like it.

Past visitors have also raved about the price range. For around $18-$20 dollars, your meat of choice along with sides like baked potato and salad are all included. Not so bad if you're just passing through Lima on the lookout for some great food.

And if you're feeling tired from your road trip or you just want to soak in the beautiful countryside for an extra day, stay at The Peat Hotel. You'll probably see some horses and cattle come around, too.

There's no doubt you'll want to pass through Lima, Montana again for a stop at this hidden gem. Just check out all the positive reviews of The Peat-you won't get a bad meal here. The average traveler rating also happens to be 4.5 stars out of 5. Not too shabby for a small-town restaurant in Montana. Diners love having full control over their meal along with great company and drinks. Just another reason to stop at The Peat Hotel & Steakhouse.

They're closed Monday and Tuesday and are open Wednesday-Sunday from 3 P.M. to around 9 P.M.

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