Yummy Italian food in Miles City
Posted by MollieP (+133) 10 years ago
Hickory Sticks is the newest place in Miles City to find Italian food. It is located at the Town and COuntry Club, and they are open to the public for dining Wed through Sat lunch and supper. No reservations required!!!
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Posted by Kacey (+3157) 10 years ago
Can you tell me why the name Hickory Sticks? It doesn't conjure up fine Italian dining in my mind. The food may be wonderful. Haven't tried it. Just curious.
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Posted by K.Duffy (+1720) 10 years ago
The name has something to do with antique golf clubs.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14303) 10 years ago
So if it was Chinese food would they have called it Ping's?
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Posted by Josh Rath (+2303) 10 years ago
Italian Food huh? Expensive?
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Posted by Dan Mowry (+1435) 10 years ago
Sorry for the pessimism, honestly, but is this actual Italian food or Americanized-Italian food that gets broken down embarrassingly further to a can of Chef Boyardee shipped to Miles City and called "Italian food?"

If the owners are named Guadalupe and Skip O'Brian there's no need to answer.
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Posted by RB (+434) 10 years ago
Does anyone know how expensive it is?
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Posted by Rick Kuchynka (+4461) 10 years ago
Beef Ravioli's runnin' around 90 cents per can.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+14871) 10 years ago
Dang, Rick.....I think that was your finest post ever.
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Posted by TK (+1620) 10 years ago
Before they brought on the menu, they had a public buffet to see how big it went over and how well people liked it--it was EXCELLENT! I loved the chicken and rice!
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Posted by Denise Selk (+1668) 10 years ago
90 cents per can? That must be the Great Value Ravioli!
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Posted by MollyF (+12) 10 years ago
So to answer some of the questions:

1- The restaurant was named "Hickory Sticks" because the restaurant is at the Town & Country Club Golf Course and antique golf clubs were made out of hickory sticks.
2 - We serve more than Italian food. We have a very diverse menu that has a little of everything (steaks, pasta, fish and some really tasty onion strings).
3 - All the sauces and food are made in house and cooked to order.
4 - Prices are comparable to any sit down restaurant in town. We would love to see you and your families here.
5 - We plan on continuing our special events/theme dinners in hopes that you will attend one.

If you would like to see our menu you can log in to milescitytcc.com
Thanks
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Posted by Kelly (+2602) 10 years ago
I've had the salmon quesadilla for lunch, and it was quite tasty.
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