Welcome to the second Gun Barrel Steak and Game House, a family owned business which originated in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The first restaurant opened in 1993 in what had formerly been the Wyoming Wildlife Museum and Taxidermy. The decor in both restaurants was inspired by the museums’ atmosphere and collection of unique artifacts and mounts. This second location opened in the summer of 2005 and incorporates aspects of scenic Utah into its structure and furnishings.
The restaurant in St. George contains many distinctive works of art and tributes to the western region. The wood trim and the table tops are made of trestlewood from the railroad that went around the Great Salt Lake. Hanging in the restaurant is a poster from the classic western film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid signed by Paul Newman and Robert Redford, in addition to numerous historical artifacts and game mounts.
The Gun Barrel Steak and Game House name was taken from the small east Texas town of Gun Barrel City. The city’s first hand-painted sign from the 1950’s was given to us and still hangs in The Gun Barrel Steak and Game House in Wyoming. The original Gun Barrel contains many of the original mounts from the Museum as well as pieces of Western history, including Hank Williams Jr.s 1800’s buffalo coat that he wore on the Lone Wolf album. The restaurant also contains the largest barbed wire collection in the West and an antique gun collection featuring a .82 caliber rampart gun from India forged in the 1700’s.
One of the signatures of the Gun Barrel Steak and Game House restaurants is the open grill. Patrons are welcome to watch chefs cook a variety of meats on the grill where mesquite wood is used to create a flavorful and distinctive taste.
We are continually enhancing our atmosphere to guarantee an excellent dining experience in St. George. Please make yourself at home and explore our restaurant; if you have any questions, please feel free to ask our staff. If you have any suggestions, please tell us. We hope you enjoy your visit and please come see us next time you are in Jackson Hole!
Proprietor, Mark Walker
General Manager, Julie Morgan
Executive Chef, Mike Caraman
The Gun Barrel Steak & Game House is located at 1091 North Bluff Street in St. George, Utah.
Coming from the North (Salt Lake City, Zion National Park)
Coming from I-15 South, take EXIT 8 – St. George Blvd. Keep right at the fork to go onto East St George Blvd/UT-34 W. Follow for 1.9 miles and make a right onto North Bluff Street. Stay on North Bluff Street for 1.2 miles. The Gun Barrel will be on the left shortly after the intersection of Bluff Street and Sunset Blvd.
From the South (Las Vegas)
Coming from I-15 North, take Exit 6 – North Bluff Street. Turn left onto UT-18 N/S Bluff St/I-15-BL N. Continue to follow UT-18 N/S Bluff Street for 3.2 miles. The Gun Barrel will be on the left shortly after the intersection of Bluff Street and Sunset Blvd.
The Gun Barrel Steak & Game House is open for dinner nightly at 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Thursday
5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Friday and Saturday
5:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Location & Hours
Deals & Special Offers
Monday; Prime Rib Night $19.95
A cut of our prime rib, hand rubbed in lodge seasonings and slow roasted, served with your choice of side and soup or salad.
Tuesday; Rib Night $14.95
A half rack of our signature ribs served with your choice of side and soup or salad
Wednesday; Fish & Chips Night $13.95
Hand cut fresh cod filets dipped in our special batter, served with fresh made crispy potato chips and homemade coleslaw.
Thursday: Cheyenne Tenderloin for $22.95
Our leanest and most tender steak, the Cheyenne Tenderloin is 21 day aged, choice beef cooked over our mesquite wood grill. Served with soup or salad and your choice of side.
6 oz. for $22.95, 9oz. for $28.95
Friday & Saturday: Weekly Steak Specials starting at $15.95
Ask your server for this week’s special.
Not valid with any other discount or coupon.
Perfect place for any occasion
Lo from Fairfax, VA
Consistently good over many years
Keldi K., Salt Lake City
Excellent food, excellent service
Great for group dining