Buffalo Jump Steakhouse

Treat your family to a real western experience at the Buffalo Jump Saloon & Steakhouse in Beulah, Wyoming. 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. 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 in 2005, to become one of the area’s most popular destination steakhouses. The restaurant features an old time bar and a natural stone fireplace. Darren and Joleen Hart purchased the restaurant in 2010. The Harts have family roots in the area that go back many generations.

A modern kitchen was added to the building in 2012, which allows a broader menu. The restaurant has a top quality executive chef as well as cooks, servers, and bartenders with many years of experience. The Buffalo Jump Steakhouse will not disappoint, having some of the best food and best service in the area.

Welcome to a top notch, family friendly restaurant with an original country western atmosphere!