Step through the doors of Bozeman’s Heist into a dining experience transcendent of time. Here, familiar vestiges of a classic New York steakhouse are carefully melded with the West’s ranching tradition. A sweeping bar, visible throughout, unifies the space.

Curated oil landscapes and still life paintings adorn the walls, lauding the area’s agrarian heritage. Understated jazz gently welcomes conversation in a space where old world romance meets enduring charm. Family heirlooms are thoughtfully peppered throughout.

In this reimagined historic location, original brick walls seamlessly meet Waldorf crystal chandeliers and locally mined basalt flooring.

Comfort abounds in the space. Fires kindling throughout evoke a sense of warmth mirrored by an impeccably trained and uniformed staff. An award-winning wine list complements premium steaks cooked over a crackling woodfire grill.

Buttery leather banquets, rich wood and crisp linens offer a comfortable contrast to the rugged, snow-capped mountains just beyond our doors.

The legacy of Heist can be traced several generations back to J.W. Heist, a local rancher known for his prized Hereford bulls and the great-grandfather of the restaurant’s co-founder. His namesake restaurant is a nod to the soul of the old West.

Dining is and always was a great artistic opportunity.

Frank Lloyd Wright