Welcome to Billings, Montana. We hope you are able to find the restaurant you desire and clench your thirst and hunger. From a chuckwagon dinner to a romantic evening entree; buffets, dinners, and food are all for your taking. Billings has many restaurants that cater to specific meals as well as offer nightly specials. Depending on your hunger and desire, fast food is also available in many different locations through out the city as well as major chain restaurants. Billings is the largest city in Montana with over 100,000 residents so it poses many elements of a regular metropolis.
Pryor Creek Bar & Grill
For a state generally associated with cattle chomping green grass underneath big blue skies, Montana has quite a bit to offer outside of meat and potatoes. Within cities and settled areas you should find a good variety of the ubiquitous fast food drive thrus, homey cafes and diners, delis, steakhouses, mexican cantinas, noodle and asian grills and the odd Indian or Sushi restaurant.
In rural areas, however, your selection may be much more limited. Every small town will have at least one eatery, even if it's a cafe stuffed in the corner of a post office, or a burger joint in the back of the town bar. Quality will vary, of course, but the experience might stick with you. If you are looking for meat and potatoes, look no further than the local cafe, diner or steakhouse. The beef will be fresh, most often locally raised and slaughtered, and cooked however you want it -- but if you say well done, your server might cry.
Marinated steak, buffalo chili, cowboy beans and Indian fry-bread are but a small example of cowboy food that many love to experience while in the Big Sky Country whether in Billings, Hardin, Laurel, Red lodge or Helena. Try some chuckwagon food in and around the state like Pappy's MT Catering
and other quality businesses who cater for large groups and gatherings in Montana.
During the summer months, primarily late June, July and early August, look for huckleberries and famous Flathead cherries at farmers markets and roadside stands throughout Western Montana.