When it comes to food, every country has there signature style of food. When you picture Chinese food, you probably think of fried rice and sweet and sour pork. When you think of Mexican food, you picture tacos, nachos, and burritos. As well as Italy with its pasta and pizzas. But, what about the good ol' U.S of A? What is our signature style of food?

Barbecue has got to be the all-American style of food.

People may argue that hotdogs and hamburgers are true American cuisine. But, that couldn't be further from the truth. In fact, hot dogs and hamburgers are all inspired by German food.

REAL American barbecue goes all the way back to the early years of our nation.

According to Wikipedia

Barbecue has been a staple of American culture, especially Southern American culture, since colonial times. As it emerged over years many traditions have become prevalent in the United States. Barbecue remains one of the most traditional foods in the United States.

Now, it appears that there is another option for you to taste what REAL American food is here in western Montana.

The popular food truck, with the funny name, has now got its very own restaurant. The Montana Kick Ass Barbecue restaurant is set to open to the public soon in Frenchtown.

According to MTN News

A couple is moving from their food truck to a brick-and-mortar restaurant. Montana Kick Ass BBQ is almost ready for you and your family to come and chow down. In addition to their signature barbecue dishes — smoked mac 'n cheese, pulled pork, and brisket — all made with local ingredients, they will be serving up some new mega burgers and milkshakes which will soon be favorites.

The new location in Frenchtown is looking to hold its GRAND OPENING on February 10th.

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