We have gone to the 320 Ranch for years on Monday nights. They used to have pulled pork, beans and Cole slaw and rolls on the deck and picnic tables. There was plenty of coffee and lemonade and water. Oh, and the warm cookies were yummy. You could go back for seconds (or thirds) if you wanted. The entertainment was also on the deck. There was always a crowd there and the deck and picnic tables filled up fast.
My husband and I went on this past Monday. The 320 wasn't doing the cooking anymore although they did have one tent set up serving pretty much they traditional menu, minus cookies. There were two other vendors where you could purchase their main dish course and one selling I've cream. My husband and I each ordered different things so we could support each vendor. And I got I got ice cream... Best part.
They did have games for the kids although I did not see any children eating although they could have eaten before we arrived. There were only people sitting at two tables. You couldn't hear the gal that was singing.
If I was staying at the ranch, it might have been something for the kids to do, but as an adult staying in Big Sky, it wasn't worth the drive . Too bad because we used to go there maybe three times a summer when we were here.