Montana's Moonshine Hill Saloon
Moonshine Hill is the third Montana's. Richie and Tina purchased four acres and the old hitchin' post bar in October of 2007. The grand opening was New Years eve 2007.
Our good friend and legacy fighting champion, Patrick Hutton, comes in each week for our famous steak night. You history buffs will love to know that in the 1930's, Moonshine Hill Saloon was called the Bird Cage, and legend has it Bonnie and Clyde once visited the saloon.
When people at Moonshine Hill say they are goin' to town, they don't mean Houston, they mean old Humble. (Up the road a couple miles or so.) Need a place to hide, Moonshine is perfect. With four acres of land to park on, only your friends will know you are there. So if you're driving the herd to market, stop in at our laid back watering hole. We promise to quench your thirst with the coldest beer or cocktail of your choice.
Moonshine Hill is a smoking enviornment, with lots of big TV's, outside patio, horse shoes, dance floor, boxing game, table top games, pool table, eight liners and more.