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One of Billings’ fastest-growing neighborhoods will soon have a new restaurant with a familiar name.
On Nov. 1, the owners of Golden Phoenix West, Tina Wu and her husband, Howard Shen, opened their newest restaurant, a Japanese Steak House.
A frozen yogurt store called CherryBerry and the second SportsClips Haircuts shop in Billings are the first tenants in the Trailhead Center at Main Street and Airport Road.
After nearly 13 years in Rimrock Mall, Country Cottage’s lease is expiring in January.
Business owners can no more negotiate and sign off on a commercial lease in 30 days, like they used to, than go out and buy a Coke for a dime.
At 10 a.m., after the official ceremonies, roller-skating waitresses will whiz around with trays of Footlong Coneys, Tater Tots and Cherry Limeade when the Billings Heights Sonic Drive-In opens at 601 N. Main St.
An art gallery and a sandwich shop are the latest businesses to alight at the restored Babcock Building at North Broadway and Second Avenue North.