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13 Billings Area Restaurants That Have Closed in 2020
2020 has been a rough year for the restaurant business. Two recently closed in Laurel and almost a dozen have closed in the Billings area this year.
Burger Dive's Move to Former Dive Bar is Great for Minnesota Ave
The Burger Dive is moving to a vacant dive bar building. This will be a great addition to the mostly empty block of historic Minnesota Avenue in downtown Billings.
'Restaurant Impossible' is Coming to Billings and You're Invited
Don Luis is going to be featured on "Restaurant Impossible" and the show producers would like you to participate in their grand re-opening on September 15. Invitation only.
Jersey Mike’s Opening in Heights, Rolled Ice Cream for West End
A popular sub shop in Shiloh Crossing plans to open a second location in Billings Heights this fall, and another choice for frozen treats is coming soon to the west end of Billings.
Oktoberfest Restaurant Closing, Food Truck Will Continue
Downtown Billings lost one of its most popular restaurants over the weekend when Lilac served their last meal. Now on the west end, a favorite spot for German food announced it will close in upcoming weeks.
Make Your Own Brew at the New Brewhalla in Billings
Have you wanted to make your own home-brew beer, but don't know how or where to get started? Or, maybe you'd like to give it a try first before buying a bunch of your own equipment? Check out this new Montana business...
It's National Hamburger Month! Here Are Billings Favorites
May is National Hamburger Month and we can't wait to visit our favorite Billings hamburger joints when restaurants begin re-opening.
Town Pump Offering $500K in Grants to Volunteer EMT and Ambulance
Town Pump is one of Montana's biggest companies. It's also one of the most charitable. They're offering $500,000 in grant money to volunteer EMT and ambulance services in Montana. Deadline to apply is March 31st.
Legendary Eugene's Pizza With Some New Sauce
The Knodel brothers, Sam and Jeff, first started bottling their sweet BBQ sauce in 2014, but Sam tells us it has likely been in use since the early 1960's at Eugene's. Now, the Knodel brothers a launching a whole new line of their "Sam & Jeff" Montana BBQ sauce.