On our last night of our Land That We Love Tour we had our favorite meal at the Buffalo Block Prime Steakhouse at the Rex in Billings, Montana. The barbecue we had in Kentucky was real good, too, but Buffalo Block won out with the ambiance.
We chose this spot to eat because the Historic Rex Hotel caught our eye. Dear’s dad’s name is Rex and he was born in Montana and we enjoyed paying homage to him while in the Treasure State of Montana. Montana is also known as Big Sky Country.
French Onion Soup
Bone in Chop crusted in all kinds of yumminess on top of garlic mashed potatoes.
Prime Rib Sandwich with horseradish, aujus, coleslaw and fries.
Lemon Pound cake with fresh strawberries and whipped cream.
If you are ever in Billings and want some upscale food at upscale prices this is the place.
I’ll be recapping our trip with lots of photos starting at the beginning soon.
10 thoughts on “Rex Hotel”
Lovely to stay in a hotel with history. The onion soup…..oh my!
…I love the old sign!
Love historical sites! And your meals look heavenly! Mmmm. I’ve only been to a tiny portion of MT, but would love to see more of that state.
Aimee, it’s a huge state with lots to see. Hotel prices seem to be higher in Montana, especially Bozeman and Missoula.
Oh my! Upscale prices, too. I’m more of a reasonable prices kind of gal. 🙂
Great looking building and the food sure looks good. Nice that it has a history too.
Your meal sure looks delicious, Ellen. That French Onion Soup has my name on it!
What an interesting and delicious way to finish your cross country (and back) tour!
Thanks a lot for sharing these beautiful pictures of the Rex Hotel!
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