OpenDaily 5:00 - 10:30 pm Weather Permitting

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BLUE GOOSE SALOON

GARDINER, MONTANA

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EVENTS

LIVE MUSIC

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Street works and Food truck venue

ESTABLISHED 1996 - REBORN 2021

After our catastrophic fire, we're excited to offer a reimagined "Goose" as an outdoor venue serving

cold beer, wine, and cocktails!

EVENTS

EVENTS & Live music


Weather permitting

Friday August 19th: Pure Prairie League @ Arch Park

The Saloon, continuing to celebrate its 120th anniversary this year is turning over its Pure Prairie League concert to ViProductions and the community of Gardiner in an effort to stimulate business in the area after the devastating economic impacts of the June flood.

  • Fri, Aug 19th @ 7pm (doors @6pm)
  • Arch Park, Gardiner, MT
  • All Ages Welcome
  • Rain or Shine
  • Tickets $30


From their beginnings in mid-60’s Southern Ohio as a group of friends playing cover tunes to the present-day unit featuring founding member/innovative pedal steel guitarist John David Call, propulsive drummer/vocalist Scott Thompson, keyboard master/vocalist Randy Harper and featuring new members Jared Camic on bass and vocals, plus ace guitarist/vocalist Jeff Zona.


Pure Prairie League continues to embellish the rich history of one of Country-Rock’s pioneering forces for over 50 years. As one reviewer recently wrote: “PPL’s trademark sound combines sweet memories with edgy contemporary muscle. Their vocals are as strong as Kentucky moonshine and the musicianship and performance skills are as sharp as a straight-razor.”

Their eponymous first album – featuring the Norman Rockwell/Saturday Evening Post cover that introduced fans to PPL’s trademark cowpoke “Sad Luke” – has been hailed as a “major early influence in the emerging popularity of Country Rock music.”


PPL’s second effort, the multi-platinum “Bustin’ Out” brought us the Craig Fuller-penned “Amie”, along with a full LP of classic songs of the genre.

With 1975’s “Two Lane Highway” PPL began a streak of continuous classic albums, constant touring and growing prowess as a major concert draw, PPL has forged a legacy that has continued to flourish for over five decades. During the 70’s and 80’s PPL featured the contributions of several noteworthy members, including co-founder George Ed Powell, Cincinnati’s legendary Goshorn Brothers, Country Hall-of-Famers Gary Burr and Vince Gill, award-winning songwriter Jeff Wilson (3 Top-Ten singles), as well as a host of guest appearances from Chet Atkins, Emmylou Harris, Johnny Gimble, David Sanborn, Eagle Don Felder, Nicolette Larson and many others.


Now in their sixth decade, Pure Prairie League continues to lead the way for the new generation of country rockers like Keith Urban, Wilco, Nickel Creek, Counting Crows and many more that cite PPL as one of their main influences.

As crisp and clean as mountain spring water and as comfortable as a well-worn cowboy shirt, Pure Prairie League continues to bring us all back home.


Friday August 26th: Dishpit Duo feat. Shawn Swain & Torrin Daniels of Kitchen Dwellers at 8 pm

North Fork Crossing is a local Bozeman bluegrass band that’s been playing for 2 years. They combine traditional styles with modern jam to bring a new perspective to the genre.

Interested in playing at the Goose?


Give us a call at 813-484-4090

GOOSE SPECIALTY DRINKS

HUCKLEBERRY VODKA LEMONADE                                                      

Montana Made Cold Springs Huckleberry Vodka, shaken with lemonade and huckleberry syrup, garnished with fresh lemon & rosemary

GOOSE-A-RITA

Hornitos Tequila, lime, sweet sour, a splash of orange juice & Chambord

TITO's Mule

Tito's Vodka, ginger beer & fresh squeezed lime                                   

Huckleberry Mule

Montana Made Cold Springs Huckleberry Vodka, ginger beer & fresh squeezed lime                                   

Gold Shandy

Montana Gold Miner Hefeweizen from Lewis & Clark Brewing with lemonade & fresh pressed lemon

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LIQUOR

Montana

MADE IN MONTANA

FIREWEED - BOURBON WHISKEY WITH CHERRY BRANDY LIQUEUR

Glacier Distilling Co., Coram, MT


       HUCKED - HUCKLEBERRY BOURBON WHISKEY

           Lolo Creek Distillery, Lolo, MT

                1889 WHISKEY

                     Bozeman Spirits, Bozeman, MT


                     COLD SPRING HUCKLEBERRY VODKA

                            Bozeman Spirits, Bozeman, MT

              

                            WHYTE LAYDIE GIN

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PREMIUM SHOT

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PREMIUM MIXED DRINK

Tito's Vodka


Jameson Whiskey


Pendleton Whiskey

Jim Beam Whiskey


JAck daniels whiskey


Crown Royal Whiskey


Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey


Hornitos White Plata Tequila


Captain Morgan's Spiced Rum


Myer's DARK Rum


MONTANA CRAFT BEER

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Miner's Gold Hefeweizen

Lewis & Clark Brewing Co., Helena, MT

Siren song honey rye

Neptune's Brewery, Livingston, MT

Brickhaus Blood Orange Blonde

Julius Lehrkind Brewing, Bozeman, MT

PATIO POUNDER IPA

Outlaw Brewing, Bozeman, MT

Pine creek pale ale

Neptune's Brewery, Livingston, MT

BENT NAIL IPA

Red Lodge Ales, Red Lodge, MT

MOOSE DROOL BROWN ALE

Big Sky Brewing Co., Missoula, MT

WINE

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White Pinot Gris

Canned Oregon

Bubbly Rose

Canned Oregon

Red Blend

Nomadica

DOMESTIC BEER

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COORS LIGHT, BUD LIGHT, PBR

NON-ALCOHOLIC DRINKS

Virgin Huckleberry Lemonade


Soda, Lemonade

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MERCHANDISE

GOOSE T-SHIRT

GOOSE STICKER

GARDINER STRONG STICKER

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BLUE GOOSE SALOON

GARDINER, MONTANA

Open Daily

5 pm - 10:30 pm

Weather Permitting

Email redsbluegoosesaloon@gmail.com

Address 206 Park Street, Gardiner, MT   59030

2022 Food Trucks

Dividers Hand Drawn

Food Truck Hours are independent of bar hours

Serving Montana Made Wilcoxson's Ice Cream

Open 3 pm - 8 pm

Email yellowstoneicecream@gmail.com

Address 206 Park Street, Gardiner, MT   59030

Local Advice

Serving up paninis, smoothies and advice all summer long!

Address 107 2nd Street, Gardiner, MT   59030


Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

8 am - 2 pm

8 am - 2 pm and 6 pm - 8 pm

8 am - 6 pm

8 am - 8 pm

8 am - 8 pm

8 am - 1 pm and 6 pm - 8 pm

8 am - 2 pm and 6 pm - 8 pm

Telephone 913.927.1346

Address 107 2nd Street, Gardiner, MT   59030

Coffee kiosk serving Montana hospitality with Yellowstone views. We source local for our coffee shop! House made and locally sourced Baked Goods. Gourmet coffee that is roasted in Paradise Valley!


Monday - Friday: 5 am - 2 pm

Saturday & Sunday: 6 am - 2 pm

Email bearsbrew980@mail.com

Telephone 406.223.0507

Address 107 2nd Street, Gardiner, MT   59030

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Address 206 Park Street, Gardiner, MT   59030

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GARDINER, MONTANA

ABOUT US

The Curtis family has owned and operated the Goose since 1996, but the Goose has existed long before we came into its story! It was only in 1996 when "Red" was added to the name, after Red Curtis, and his wife Rosella, known as Rosie, came to town.


Red and Rosie were highschool sweethearts, they reunited when Red returned from the war. Originally from Oklahoma, they found their way to Montana when Red began working for the Northern Pacific Railroad. In the summer months, Red would run the passenger train from Livingston to Gardiner bringing tourists to Yellowstone.


Throughout the years with their son Chuck, the three would enjoy their summers camping and fly fishing their way through Canada, The Northwest Territories, and Yellowstone.


It was not until 1996 when Red and Rosie purchased the Goose. At the same time, Chuck and his wife Lisa purchased the two adjacent buildings, which became Rosie's Bistro and Rosie's Roost, a rooftop bar overlooking Yellowstone. As the years went on they acquired the Two Bit Saloon, and the surrounding buildings that housed Two Bit City and Yellowstone Raft Company.


Red and Rosie have since passed, but live on in our hearts and memories. Chuck and Lisa went on to have five kids and two grandkids who help run the business today. We are proudly 3 generations owned and operated.



On July 14, 2020, a devastating fire began in the Two-Bit Saloon. The fire quickly engulfed the building comprised of the Saloon, Dance Hall, Two-Bit City, and Yellowstone Raft Company. A south wind that day led the fire to jump the alley, igniting Rosie’s and our apartment above Rosie's. Despite the efforts from our local volunteer firefighters, it was soon apparent that the fire could not be contained. In a bid to save the rest of the block, the Goose took it for the town when a bulldozer was driven through the front door of the Goose to create a fire break.This maneuver was successful. While the loss of our establishments have lefta scar on Gardiner, we are beyond gratefulthat no one was hurt.

Well we don't yet know what's next for us, we welcome you to come visit us at our new outdoor venue in Gardiner, MT!