About The Fieldhouse
The Fieldhouse Cafe sources locally, sustainably sourced food grown and raised under the Big Sky right here in Montana.Almost Everything is made from scratch with whole foods, right down to the ketchup. Join us in celebrating honest food, treated well.
Contemporary American, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Saturday + Sunday 9:00am- 2:00pm
Monday- Sunday 5:00pm - 9:00pm
26th & Minnesota Ave
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer catering services of all sorts. Just give Chef Ben and call to talk about the details for your next event.
If there isn't a parking spot out in front feel free to park in the lot right across the street.
Beer, Farm to Table, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
There are plenty of options for special events at The Fieldhouse. Call us with your details.
The Fieldhouse Ratings and Reviews
Food was ok, not good enough for their p ...
Food was ok, not good enough for their prices though. Service was very friendly, but slow. Sat with empty glasses for a long time, water was warm, had to ask for icecubes. Food was extremely slow. Sat about 40 minutes before we got the appetizers (cheeseplate).
A hidden gem
The Fieldhouse was an unexpected find during our one night stay in Billings. Instead of choosing one of the many steakhouses, which looked nice enough but sort of ordinary and unnecessarily expensive, we opted to try this funky, cool restaurant on what seemed to be the edge of town. Our waiter was kind and happily recommended some great cheeses for us to start with - wow! We continued our meal with the meatloaf and the bolognese, both of which were delicious. The atmosphere was friendly and quiet and the decor was nicely done - a little quirky but still tasteful. We enjoyed the local beverage selection as well. If we ever visit Billings again, we will certainly come back to the Fieldhouse!
Suoer Poor Service
We were really expected for date night here. The food was pretty good but the service clouded any good time we might have had. Our server was incredibly rude. She seemed annoyed that we were even there. I would love to come back but based off of our experiences time I doubt we will.
Great dining experience
What a great restaurant! We were visiting Billings for a long weekend break and were looking for somewhere special for our final evening. The Fieldhouse was everything we hoped for .... and more. From the minute we entered the building we realized this was going to be a different sort of evening. The music, decor and service were perfect, and the food was even better! A great finish to a wonderful trip to Billings. If we ever return to the city this will be our first stop. Thanks for a memorable meal.
I introduced the field house to my 14 ye ...
I introduced the field house to my 14 year old daughter. She has titled it her new favorite place. The menu is simple, with so many options! The Brussels sprouts were amazing and the gourmet meatloaf was a classic favorite. We shared dessert consisting of a meringue cookie with fresh whipped topping and cut strawberries. Deliciousness in every bite from start to finish.
The Fieldhouse is one of my favorite resteraunts in Billings. Amazing food and service. Have not had a bad meal here! I've had bunch and dinner here multiple times and have never been disappointed. Great for any occasion with an group of people! :)
Industrial Contemporary Edge
We are out of towners who looking for a Mother's Day Brunch. We found an excellent one! Thanks, Fieldhouse! Comfortable seating, reasonable sound levels, upscale ambience and especially great food provided us with a great experience. Mimosas were surprisingly huge but delicious.
I don't know who the chef is but my compliments to him/her. The Fieldhouse is quickly becoming our favorite new place to have a fine dining experience. The menu changes often and that's fun. My husband loves the meatloaf very much but tried the pasta this time and loved that too. I had the halibut two Sundays in a row and it was perfect both times. The bill can add up with a group but it's well worth it for a special occasion. Sunday brunch was good too.
It was ok
I tried the field house for dinner on a dreary rainy night. Perhaps that is why it was a bit off. Others around me seemed happy and enjoying. I was not blown away with the food or the experience. The food was alright, i ordered the fish special. It was an interestingly prepared halibut with coconut rice. I can't explain, except to say I didn't like the energy. Cute place, but with such great options I really enjoy in billings, I won't be returning to the field house when I return..
I was looking forward to discovering a new favorite in Billings, this wasn't it.
The steak was at least half fat and gristle. The green beans that came with it were bitter. I had to switch plates with my son because he wouldn't even try his chicken because the glob of thick sauce on it looked gross. The chicken was very dry and whatever the sauce/gravy was made out of was way over seasoned. I ordered a second glass of wine, of a different varietal than the first, but was not given a new glass. The wait staff was efficient and friendly, atmosphere was merely ok for me. The food was just so awful and overpriced ($110 for 2 meals/2 glasses of wine), I definitely would not consider a repeat performance.
Great food in Billings.
Great place, my secon time here in the last couple of weeks and the food has been consistently good. They keep a short menu but the quality is consistently high. Highly recommend, have tried a couple of appetizers and mains and you can't go wrong with the daily specials.
Definitely a good quality restaurant, esp for BIL
I went in February when there isn't exactly a ton of locall-grown produce available. Still, the menu did a good job offering things like beets and greens that one could reasonably expect for a winter crop. The menu had a little flair, but avoided being silly (as some pretend-fusion restaurants do). Honestly, there really only used to be one truly "big-city-worthy" chef in Billings. And that was at Juliano's. He was one of the early owner/chefs to try to bring food up a notch in Billings. Now, a handful of younger chefs have taken it upon themselves to offer great-quality food at reasonable prices. I don't live in Billings any more, but I grew up here and I'm glad for my hometown that this place exists. I hope it succeeds! As for the specifics of my meal. It doesn't matter, all three we had were well-prepared and tasted good. I suspect everything on the menu does. Suffice it to say, this place would fit in really well in Seattle or Portland, two cities that in-the-know foodies are aware are full of fantastic restaurants. Good luck Fieldhouse, I hope you spread the gospel of good Montana food!
Two folks in our party ordered the petit ...
Two folks in our party ordered the petite filet and asked for Medium rare. They both came out almost well done. This ruined the experience for my friends visiting from out of town. We were so thankful a vegan dish was on the menu, but disappointed when the squash was very under done and too hard to eat in spots. Typically I have a great experience at The Fieldhouse. I would rate the food a 4 most of the time. Service is great.
Gorgeous room, exciting menu but it all failed to deliver. Tuna special was horribly over cooked and the black bean cakes underneath were stodgy and tasteless. The burger was so so but also disappointing.
So wanted this to be a fabulous experience. The ambience and styling is there but the kitchen just did not deliver.
Outstanding as always
Once again The Fieldhouse did not disappoint. The food was fabulous, the wine was excellent and as always the service was top notch. We are thrilled that they are now serving dinner seven days a week. One of our favorite Billings restaurants!
A uninspired meal
The meat loaf was dry and masked with I suspect BBQ sauce from a bottle - the chicken was adequate but the squash like vegetable with it was unpalatable. The Creme Brûlée came in the smallest ramekin I have ever seen and 4 bites hardly counts as desert. Since my son is a CIA trained chef I always give a restaurant 2 tries but that may be difficult since I understand something about the back of the house
Good with some exceptions
We have been to Fieldhouse several times but seem to be disappointed in something each time. Often times the dining area is too loud. On our most recent visit, this was not the case. The food was good but only luke warm. When I spoke to the waitress about this, she did not do anything to accommodate the issue. Not sure we are going to rush right back there.
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