Restaurants in Billings

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Downtown Subs slings out a variety of hot and cold subs, salads, hot dogs, and wraps, complementing each meaty offering with freshly sliced veggies and delectable cheeses inside white, wheat, garlic, or herb bread. Carnivorous cravers can appease their hunger with the beef, bacon, and 'shrooms sub (4"–16", $5.85–$15.49), a hot sub with inner ingredients afloat a sea of melted cheddar and sweet and spicy mustard. Cold-cut connoisseurs can sample a downtown club ($4.99–$14.49), with turkey, ham, bacon, and a choice of cheese and veggies. Vegetarians can customize a sub ($4.99–14.49) with cheese and veggie selections, including guacamole by request. To defy the sandwich gods with an unorthodox order, try Downtown Subs' large caeser salad ($8.29) or a chili-cheese omelet bowl ($5.25) from the breakfast menu, served all day.

212 N 29th St
Billings,
MT
US

Pita Pit bundles a panoply of grilled lean meats and fresh vegetables in Lebanese-style wraps that are handy for special and randomly appetizing occasions. The wholesome eats haven specializes in group feasts, assembling each platter with 10 Mediterranean-inspired pitas cut in half to yield harmonious portions. Customers can personalize carb collections from an eclectic menu that includes meat options and vegetarian alternatives or pick up preordained specialty platters such as the deli combo, a savory trio of turkey, black forest ham, and roast beef. Pita Pit also arranges breakfast platters with selections such as the Awakin' with Bacon, Ham 'n' Eggs, or the veggie-vetted Morning Glory. Regardless of desired delicacies, all platters arrive with plates, utensils, and napkins that keep faces clean and picnic baskets relevant.

2228 Grand Ave
Billings,
MT
US

Sugar & Spice and its friendly staff of sweet-slinging comrades craft gourmet cookies and other delectable edibles. Take a seat in one of Sugar & Spices' wrought-iron chairs with a confectionary creation, including intricately decorated cookies shaped like nature's most wondrous creations, such as snowflakes and mittens ($3). Those looking for treats sans intimidating diameters can outfit each hand with a marshmallow- or caramel-laced brownie or gooey dessert bar ($1.50), perfect for quick dips in cups of coffee.

1431 Country Manor Blvd
Billings,
MT
US

At Great Harvest Bread Co. we specialize in whole grain breads & sweets. We mill our own flour and bake from scratch every day! We use only natural & fresh ingredients, including local wheat & honey. Taste the amazing Great Harvest difference!

907 Poly Dr
Billings,
MT
US

In 1964, the building that formerly held the county jail was transformed into what would later become the Yellowstone Art Museum. Ever since, the museum has been captivating thousands with its curated artwork. The permanent collection consists of more than 7,300 works, many of which serve as a creative exploration of Montana and its surrounding regions. See a changing variety of exhibitions featuring works from local, national, and international artists. If you work up an appetite during your museum jaunt, stop by Raven’s Café d’Art for gourmet sandwiches and vegetarian fare.

401 North 27th Street
Billings,
MT
US

The 98-year-old Reading Symphony Orchestra will be led by guest conductor Bradley Thachuk, who’ll direct the sonic traffic through an engaging pops concert. With this deal, you’ll listen to a charming collection of romantic tunes—the symphony lovingly performs such enchanting melodies so that hopeful husbands will be able to call off Cupid’s laser-guided arrow attack. Indulge the ears with the mellifluous melodies and sonorous tunes produced live by a mélange of cellos, violas, violins, oboes, and percussion instruments. This deal gets you a seat in the mid-balcony section, where one can see the entire orchestra as well as all the dazzling hairdos of the lower deck.

113 N 28th St
Billings,
MT
US