​Western Tradition

Our friendly servers will treat you with the best in western hospitality. Whether you are here from other parts, a loyal patron or a local newcomer we hope to provide high quality beef, buffalo, fish, seafood, chicken and other dining options you are familiar with in the Rocky Mountain West.


Personalized Service

Whether you are here for a leisurely dinner to enjoy and savor or if you want a quick hot dinner we are here to provide any quality of dining service you prefer. 


Top Quality Food

We procure the finest quality meats and products to provide for you. You can rest assured that our chef is continuously inspecting and tasting everything that comes in the kitchen to make sure the finished plate you receive will be one that you will enjoy. 

A Destination for Great Food and Friendly Service

Treat your family to a real western experience at the Buffalo Jump Saloon & Steakhouse. The BEST Wyoming steakhouse. The original part of the building was a general store dating back to the late 1890s. In 1947, the building became a supper club known as the Royal Club. In the 1980s, the Royal Club became the Buffalo Jump Saloon - a true western bar and steakhouse. After closing its doors in 1994, the Buffalo Jump remained closed until 2005.


After a little renovation and a major facelift, the Buffalo Jump Saloon was re-opened in 2005, to become one of the area's most popular destination steakhouses. The restaurant features an old time bar and a natural stone fireplace. Darren and Joleen Hart purchased the restaurant in 2010. The Harts have family roots in the area that go back many generations. A modern kitchen was added to the building in 2012, which allows a broader menu.



Callie Gordon

Front of the house manager has a bachelor’s degree in business and marketing, a graduate of Black Hills State University in 2005. She has managed several businesses including the beverage manager at Shoot the Bull and has been in the food and beverage industry for 21 years since she was 13 years old.  It has been her life-long dream to finally own a restaurant and looks forward to help grow the business, as well as slinging some of your favorite cocktails and beverages for you to enjoy with your meal.


Casey Moore

Lead server for the Jump. a mother of two who homeschools her children, started as a busser at the former Belle’s Steakhouse and server at Mad Mary’s then managed Shoot the Bull Steakhouse where Killian’s is now located. She is excited to be a new business owner. “This has been a dream of mine since I started in the industry to actually own a restaurant”, says Casey. “I love serving our guests and making them feel like they are part of my family”.



Chef Mark Larson


Chef Mark Larson joined the team in 2016. Larson grew up near Minneapolis, and has had a passion for cooking from early on. Following active duty Army, stationed in El Paso, TX, Larson got a job working under a chef that was also an army vet, at Pairing Food and Wine. It wasn’t long before he was promoted to sous chef, sparking his quest to become a chef. In 2012, Larson moved west, and has been in the Spearfish area for three years, working under Christoph Walburger, an executive chef from Switzerland. “He taught me everything I know now, and the rest I get from my creative mind and my love and passion for food and making people happy,” Larson shared.