Montana

Tony explores the snow-capped mountains, majestic big skies, winding rivers and roaming cattle of Livingston, Montana, once was an inspiration for adventurous Americans and locals alike.

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Emigrant Tavern

Tony has a drink with Livingston native Dan Lahren where the 2 discuss how the area has changed over time.

210 Railroad Lane, Emigrant, MT 59027

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2nd Street Bistro

At the 2nd Street Bistro, Tony is joined by renowned landscape artist Russell Chatham and poet/author Jim Harrison for a meal prepared by chef Brian Menges that included buffalo, elk and chicken galantine.

123 N. 2nd St., Livingston, MT 59047

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Murray Bar

Tony meets writer Jim Harrison for a drink in the historic bar of the Murray Hotel.

123 N. 2nd St., Livingston, MT 59047

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The Fry House

Tony and Dan Lahren stop by the Fry House, a small but well-known food truck outside of the Gateway Mall for some crab cakes and fried walleye.

In front of the Yellowstone Gateway Mall sign

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Pinky's Pasties

At Pinky's Pasties, Tony and Dan Lahren sample a new take on the traditional pastie, a hearty meat pie that was once the staple of miners in the area.

109 1/2 S. Main St., Livingston, MT 59047

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