Peek Inside the Newly Renovated Stacey’s Bar
After a few renovations, Stacey's Bar & Steakhouse in Gallatin Gateway is back open with the same western environment that you know and love. In November and December, Stacy's began some remodeling that included a historic bar, a new stage, and all new bathrooms.
When speaking with one of the owners, Brett Evje, he stated that they are the "same great Stacey's and I want to make sure the legacy continues. I'm a 5th generation Montanan and I would hate to see this great place drift away." They are planning a new back patio and adding an outside bar this spring said Brett, who is also part-owner of the Old Saloon in Livingston.
Of course, Stacey's still has their jukebox, pool table, a newly remodeled casino corner, and a new dining room layout. The menu has many of their well-known staples, but now they are offering food seven days a week and breakfast Friday through Monday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Breakfast options include chicken fried steak, biscuits and gravy, omelets, pancakes, french toast, and more.
They officially opened their doors on December 17th after the new renovations. That's when they unveiled the newly installed historic bar from Whitey's Bar in East Grand Forks, Minnesota. The bar dates back to 1911 and was in an old gangster bar. You can watch them install this new bar in the video below.
Stacey’s Old Faithful Bar & Steakhouse originally established in 1937 at the end of Prohibition. The building, originally a butcher shop and bank, was converted by May Ping Stellards into the Old Faithful Bar. To fit with the times, the bar even had a legendary brothel upstairs. 30 years later Montana native Stacey Crosby purchased the establishment and reopened it as Stacey’s Old Faithful Bar.
Peek Inside the Newly Renovated Stacey's Bar
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