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Moose's Saloon | Kalispell, Montana

Bar, Saloon, or Tavern

Kalispell tradition since 1957, Moose's is a family -friendly restaurant and saloon with a relaxed atmosphere. Located in downtown Kalispell at the town's largest intersection, Moose's is close to Glacier National Park and The Big Mountain Ski Resort and a common meeting place for Flathead Valley locals and tourists alike.

You won't see "Moose's" on an outdoor sign. Look for "Saloon" and just go through the swinging doors.

Moose's has a large variety of draft and bottled beer, world famous pizza and a great selection of sandwiches that are sure to please a variety of appetites. A soup and salad bar is available during weekday lunch hours which includes a variety of homemade soups, breadsticks and salad.

Rustic tables and booths, sawdust on the floor and a Moose that talks to kids on occasion all add up to a great dining experience. So whether you're in town for just a while or you live in Kalispell, be sure to stop at Moose's Saloon and have some fun!

Moose's Saloon

Driving Directions

Located in downtown Kalispell Montana at 173 N. Main Street near the junction of U.S Highway 93 adn U. S. Highway 2.

In 1957,a young football player took over his wife's family business, then called The Corral Bar. The early years were slow, and Moose and Shirley Miller decided a remodeling was in order. Not the usual "get fancy and keep up with the times" kind of a job, but a recreation of the early days in Montana. A 24-hour closure and the volunteer help of about twenty friends created an Old West look, complete with sawdust floors and a new name: "The Saloon." The evolution was from an after-work bar to the warm social atmosphere of an early-days meeting place for all to enjoy. The idea worked, and the people started coming in larger numbers every year. Moose became well known throughout northern Montana and western Canada.

As the legend grew, Governors, senators, corporate presidents, laborers, tradesmen and business people all came to call Moose's Saloon their place to meet and socialize. Evel Kneivel attributes the conception of his Snake Canyon jump to an evening with his friend "Good Time" Charlie Shelton at the Saloon.

Although Moose died in October of 1999, his spirit and philosophies lives on with his daughter Wallis.


11:00 AM -2:00 AM

Seasons and Months Open

open year-round