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88 | SIGNATURE MONTANA Winifred native and philanthropist Norm Asbjorson owns the building at 205 Main Street in Winifred. Asbjorson is responsible for energy-saving appliances and some unique aspects of the d├ęcor. "e suspended train track was Norm's idea," explains Pagie. "He saw one in a restaurant in Tulsa (Okla.) where he lives and wanted one here." The 1028 Steakhouse and Fireside Lounge, coupled with the International Suites Hotel make Winifred a destination worth visiting, especially in the fall when hunters flock to the area looking for trophy big game. "Fall is our busiest season," says Frank. "e hotel and restaurant stay busy with hunters and visitors." e 1028 Steakhouse is open from 5 to 9 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. e restaurant is closed on ursday nights, but the kitchen is open. "ursday nights are our pizza nights," explains Frank. "We offer delivery or pickup pizzas." For more information, check out the 1028 Steakhouse and International Suites' Web site at hps:// S MT Shannon Ruckman has enjoyed writing about Montana agriculture and rural life for 16 years. She has an agricultural communications degree from Kansas State University. She and her family live in rural central Montana and are active in 4-H and FFA. Chef Patrick Carroll prepares to plate an order with steak fries. The chefs pride themselves on homemade recipes and doing food prep themselves, such as hand-breading the chicken fried chicken and hand-cutting the chicken fried steak before tenderizing and hand-breading it. Shrimp scampi, served with crunchy roasted asparagus and mushrooms in a white sauce, is another local favorite. Photo by Summer Foran Photo by Summer Foran

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