Biker Bars In Missoula Montana

The open roads of Montana make for beautiful scenery when riding.

In Big Sky Country, the western Montana town of Missoula hosts a variety of subcultures, from cowhands to academics. Alongside these groups, the small town is home to a thriving culture of bikers. In a town featuring dozens of bars, bikers will find lounges, casino bars, dives and neighborhood pubs alike. Remember to always drink responsibly when stopping at Missoula watering holes.

Paradise Falls

Paradise Falls is a restaurant, lounge and casino located on Brooks Street in Missoula. This establishment is a biker-friendly location that hosts various bike events during the summer season, such as Hot Summer Nights. Paradise Falls features a full bar area, nearly 30 flat-screen televisions, 20 keno machines and two outdoor deck areas. The bar’s Griz Lounge regularly showcases NFL, NBA, WNBA, MLB, PGA and NASCAR games. The menu at Paradise Falls includes appetizers, salads, pizza, burgers, sandwiches and other entrees. The restaurant and bar has daily lunch and happy hour specials.

Paradise Falls Restaurant, Lounge and Casino

3621 Brooks St.

Missoula, MT 59801

406-728-3228

paradisefallsmissoula.com

Buck’s Club

Buck’s Club on Regent Street—named for a dog that belonged to the former owner—is known locally as a rough-around-the-edges local dive with affordable prices. Past specials have included a burger and a beer for one dollar and a buy-one-get-one-free steak dinner. This historic Missoula establishment frequently entertains crowds of bikers with its no-nonsense atmosphere. In addition to drinks and pub food, Buck’s Club offers live local music geared toward the Missoula biker set.

Buck’s Club

1805 Regent St.

Missoula, MT 59801

406-543-7436

The Rhino Bar

Pint nights at the Rhino offer special deals on beer.

The Rhino Bar on Missoula’s Ryman Street is a beer-and-peanuts sort of establishment. This neighborhood staple offers an ever-rotating selection of beers on tap—as many as 50 local and micro-brews—all of which sell at discounted prices on nights with a full moon. The Rhino lets customers taste a sample before buying a pint and offers numerous specials throughout the week, such as its famous Pint Night. Though it frequently hosts a wide range of clientele, the Rhino is biker friendly—customers comment that the bar is all about “the beer and the bikes.” The Rhino hosts many members of the Harley Davidson set, in particular. Perhaps bikers enjoy the rustic atmosphere, accented by brick walls and taxidermy. The Rhino also features pool tables, a fully-stocked liquor selection, dart boards and outdoor seating.

The Rhino Bar

158 Ryman St.

Missoula, MT 59802

406-721-6061