I've talked at great length about the places I like to eat. Because of that, I wanted to try something different. We asked you, yes YOU, what the best places to get breakfast in Billings are. I think we found the three definitive answers across the board. Here are the three best breakfast joints in town, according to you.

Montana Jack's

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If you've never seen this restaurant before, it's off of Main Street in the Heights, and it's an amazing place to eat. Their chicken strips are hand-battered and they have an extensive breakfast menu.

Commons 1882

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Located inside the Shiloh Commons on the corner of Shiloh Road and Central Avenue, their brunch on Saturdays and Sundays feature a Bloody Mary Bar, as well as lots of brunch fair options. Check them out next time you're out and about on the West End.

High Horse Saloon

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Hop on over to the High Horse for an amazing chicken fried steak with a loaded hot crush potato. If you don't know what that is, it's something you've just got to try. They also serve a prime rib breakfast that is amazing. I'm speaking from experience myself, High Horse off Montana Avenue. You're missing out if you haven't had it.

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Some honorable mentions include the Red Rooster Cafe on Broadwater and Stella's Downtown. Both are also amazing in their own right. This coming weekend, maybe give one of these restaurants a try. Did we miss anything? Let us know at trent.flager@townsquaremedia.com. I could always use a new place to chow down.

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