Chris Rehor

Chris Rehor

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Just a few minutes south of Helena off I-15 is a truly unique restaurant that blends fine dining with a hint of Montana casual. Offering “seven restaurants in one” the Montana City Grill is the perfect family friendly destination for lunch, dinner and special occasions.

Chris Rehor assumed ownership of Montana City Grill nearly 10 years ago, and ever since, he’s worked furiously to continue developing, growing and enhancing the restaurant. 

Montana City Grill has always offered an extensive menu including Italian, seafood, Bar-b-que, vegetarian, salads and steaks. But recently, Rehor amped up the menu even more by adding beef ribs glazed in a gourmet red BBQ sauce, pork tenderloin, a new appetizer sampler and beer cheese nachos. The restaurant is also one of the only locations in town to offer prime rib seven nights a week as well as a lobster dinner. Rehor promises even more changes to the menu coming soon.

Don’t forget about lunch! Montana City Grill also features daily lunch specials and a soup and salad bar Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Sports enthusiasts will never miss a moment of action with nine flat screen televisions in the bar area featuring ESPN College Extra.  Customers can cheer on their favorite teams while sipping on a variety of wines and micro brews and munching on $50 cent wings every Monday and all day Saturday. Rehor also started a wine club that meets every second and fourth Thursday at 6 p.m.

Featuring a large banquet room, Montana City Grill makes an excellent choice for office holiday parties, retirement parties, birthdays and rehearsal dinners. Guests can choose from a variety of buffet and plated dinner options as well as indulge in a full private bar area. 

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With the Elkhorn Mountain Inn, Montana City Store and Cenex gas station all across the street, Montana City Grill is a one-stop shop for an enjoyable evening out on the town. Guests can eat, drink, get gas, and rest up for the night all within walking distance.

“Over the last 10 years I’ve met a lot of new people and made some wonderful new friends,” said Rehor.  “I’m excited to say I’ve been successful at running this restaurant for the past 10 years. I’m very appreciative and would like to thank the community for their loyalty and patronage over the years. I’d also like to extend a special thanks to all of my crew and staff for their commitment and service.”

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