Dozens of new restaurants opened in Billings this year. We lost a few, too. Here's a look at new and closed eateries.
Your Pie, the fast casual pizza chain, will open a second Billings location downtown in the old St. Vincent de Paul store.
Limber Tree Yoga Studio got the last spot in the first building of the Shiloh Commons project, currently going up on the busy northeast corner…
An historic Minnesota Avenue landmark, the Western bar, was sold earlier this month to an illumination company that aims to convert the buildi…
Blaze Fast Fire'd Pizza, a national fast casual restaurant chain, will open on 24th Street West next to Rimrock Mall this summer.
CJ's Garage quietly opened its doors to customers last week, and by the weekend the place was packed with servers slinging pizzas and beer as …
Hudson's Bar & Grill has announced it will be closing during the next several weeks as it undergoes remodeling and renaming.
What started as a summer in a food truck seven years ago has finally landed Gena Burghoff and Chris Lockhart in their own restaurant on Red Lo…
Thirsty Street Brewing Co., a downtown Billings microbrewery, will be moving to a new West End location in a partnership with Canyon Creek Nur…
Montana has rich soil for growing a business, but the state's size and rural DNA can be intimidating for brands looking to expand.
A brand-new fast-casual restaurant that would serve southern comfort food has hit a snag in its plan to open in downtown Billings.
After five locations, 55 years and serving countless homemade tortillas, a beloved Billings staple is closing its doors.
Residents living around 54th Street West and Grand Avenue will soon have a microbrewery and restaurant joining the neighborhood.
It took a while for the Grotto's owners to find the perfect place — it is, after all, Billings' first kombucha bar and all-vegan restaurant. T…
Hundreds lined up at Blaze Fast Fire'd Pizza as the newly opened pizzeria gave out free pies to anyone that came into the restaurant during op…
Bones Arcade, the Billings night club with a reputation for rough-and-tumble night life, closed Thursday as owners brought in new management.
The Golden Phoenix, on the corner of Airport Road and Main Street, one of the busiest intersections in Montana, closed Friday after more than …