Ted's Montana Grill
About Ted's Montana Grill
Our co-founders Ted Turner and George W. McKerrow imagined a restaurant where friends and family could sit down to an experience founded on the ideals that have made our country great. Where important ingredients like simplicity, honesty and authenticity would create classic American dishes.
We’ve re-introduced bison to America’s table and in doing so created a market for this protein-rich, nutrient-dense meat. Bison is the cornerstone of our menu and we are proud to serve more bison than any other restaurant in the world.
We take great pride in ensuring all guests receive a warm and memorable experience leaving them feeling better than when they came in. From a bowl of half sours to our two-dollar bills, we empower each team member to deliver Big Sky Moments in ways that are natural and effortless to Ted’s and our guests.
Our restaurants represent classic saloons of the 19th century where cattlemen and land barons found a little relaxation after a hard day’s work.
Eat great. Do good.
Our commitment to running a business that is good for the environment has made a significant impact
throughout our first 15 years. Our internal sustainability mantra has always been “Eat Great. Do Good.”
and we remain committed to a spirited pursuit of innovative, cutting-edge products and partnerships
that reduce our environmental footprint even further. With sustainability at the core of Ted’s menu, the
company extends that belief into everything we do operationally. Take a peek inside each restaurant at the
numerous eco-friendly features:
Recycled brown butcher paper covers on each table to reduce laundry costs and water waste.
Biodegradable Boraxo hand soap in Restrooms with water-efficient toilets and waterless urinals.
Beverage coasters that are 100 percent biodegradable and recyclable, made only with timber from reforestation programs.
Drinking straws made with an eco-friendly, polymer coated paper.
Mixed drinks come with wooden stir sticks instead of industry-standard plastic.
Pan and basket liners made with 100 percent unbleached, chlorine-free natural paper.
To-go cups made from cornstarch.
Bio-mass cutlery made from cornstarch and tapioca.
All restaurants are non-smoking, an effort that’s been nationally recognized by the Kids Involuntarily Inhaling Secondhand Smoke (KIISS) organization.
Check out your local Ted's menu for a full wine beer and cocktail list.
We are looking to the future and want you to join us. Please submit your resume for upcoming opportunities at firstname.lastname@example.org.