Posts Tagged ‘Events


Buck’s T-4 Annual Christmas Party

Recently, Buck’s T-4 helped celebrate the holidays with our annual community Christmas party. Like years past the event was a big hit. It was a good chance for Buck’s kitchen to showcase some of their delicious and mouthwatering creations. Guests were able to sample some of the delectable treats off Buck’s  newly launched pub menu, like the Cajun Pork Chop Sammie. Those were a quick favorite and disappeared straight away. And the house made bison and pork sausages that came fresh off the grill were quick to follow suit.

Here is just a taste of the other bites offered at the party, I caution those with an empty stomach to not read on:  Oysters Rockerfeller, freshly carved roast beef served on warm pita bread with sheep dip, in house smoked salmon served with marinated cucumber on five spice flat bread, fried Szechwan mushroom wontons, roast vegetable pizza, a sampling of fine cheeses and much much more. For those with a sweet tooth we had trays of  creamy chocolate mint brownies, lemon curd tarts, eggnog custard tarts (my favorite), pecan tarts  and a selection of everyone’s favorite Christmas cookies.

And no event at Buck’s T-4 would be complete with out a taste of our award winning wine list and selection of local beers. The Christmas party was no exception with a variety of reds, white and a rose all available to be sampled as well as Lone Peak Brewery’s Nordic Blond and Steep N Deep Winter Ale draft beers.

The night was a good indicator of the busy winter season that lies ahead. All of us at Buck’s T-4 are really looking forward to having you join us in our dining rooms or lodging this winter. If you haven’t made it down to Buck’s for dinner yet or are still thinking about where to vacation this winter, come and see us. You won’ be disappointed!

And from all of us at Buck’s T-4 have a very merry Christmas!!!


Fall in Big Sky, Oktoberfest, biking, Yellowstone and more!

Greetings to the readers of the Buck’s T-4 Blog, I am pleased to say that fall has official begun in Big Sky. September and October may be Big Sky’s best kept secret. With warm but crisp days and cool nights, Big Sky has the perfect weather through these months. The beauty of Montana is truly unmatched in the fall. As I drove from Buck’s to West Yellowstone yesterday I was in awe of the spectacular hues that filled the canyon floor and crept around the streams alongside the road. What a spectacular sight against the backdrop of the mountain ranges of Yellowstone National Park in the distance. The canyon almost looked golden and on fire due to the wild fall colors.

Once I reached West Yellowstone I headed straight for the Rendezvous trail system that begins in town and trails through Lodge pole and Douglas fir forest. These are cross-country trails in the winter and mountain biking trails in the summer. These trails are my personal favorite as anybody can bike them. All the trails are rated using the ski rating system; green trails for beginners, blue for intermediate and black for advanced riders. The Rendezvous trail system is also fantastically marked with maps and directional signage around every corner. Perfect for out of town visitors, families or locals such as myself looking for a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon.

After speeding up and down hills and through the forest, I decided to explore West Yellowstone. I wandered through the town and weaved in and out of cute tourist shops. I ended up finding some irresistible items that I had to bring home with me. The store clerks were as friendly as ever and once again I was reminded of what a wonderfully hospitable area this is.

Fall is the perfect time to visit Yellowstone National Park. The summer crowds have exited the area and the park returns to desolate serene beauty. No more traffic or navigating through crowds on the boardwalks at popular attractions. In October, you can experience a far more private Yellowstone. The current on the rivers are much less strong this time of year, so it is an ideal time to jump into the boiling river and relax in the peaceful surroundings.

Oktoberfest took place at Buck’s T-4 on September 19 and was a huge success. We would like to thank everybody from the Big Sky community who came to enjoy our ‘Biergarten’ with three local breweries serving up beer and a representative from Matador wines introducing our guests to wines. Out kitchen team at Buck’s T-4 was serving up some delicious German cuisine. We were lucky to have an extremely lively band and the party went on into the dark hours and eventually moved inside to our bar. Everybody had a great time, and I am already looking forward to next year.

Have a fabulous fall; I hope I will be seeing some of you soon.

Keep on keepin’ on,



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