Treat your family to a real western experience at the Buffalo Jump Steakhouse. The original part of the building was a general store dating back to the late 1890s. In 1947, the building became a supper club known as the Royal Club. The Royal Club is still remembered fondly by a large part of the local population. In the 1980s, the Royal Club became the Buffalo Jump Saloon-a true western bar and steakhouse. After closing its doors in 1994, the Buffalo Jump remained closed until 2005.
After a little renovation and a major facelift, the Buffalo Jump Saloon was re-opened on June 27, 2005, to become one of the area's most popular destination steakhouses. The restaurant now features an old time bar, an indoor/outdoor stage, an outdoor patio featuring an 8 foot fire pit, a natural stone fireplace, an exhibition kitchen, and a small gift shop.
If you are looking for a top notch steakhouse with an original country western atmosphere-WELCOME!