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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.
Billings, MT 59101
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, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, 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
We arrived on a Sunday night, late for our reservation after driving in from Whitefish on our way back to Denver. The restaurant had been slammed since Friday after 6 sold-out Garth Brooks concerts. In fact, within about a half hour after we arrived, the last of the concert goers left the restaurant almost empty. The staff must have been bushed, but it didn't show. We were greeted warmly and asked for a seat at the bar so that we could see the food coming out of the kitchen, a glorious sight, and to check out how the staff worked together. We shared delicious warm olives with a glass of wine to start, followed by house-made burrata served on a dice of slightly pickled fresh peaches with toast. We split the generously sized smoked pork chop served with roasted baby broccoli and a bottle of red wine. It was so generous that we ended up with left-overs. Everything was prepared and presented perfectly. The servers were friendly and relaxed, kind of hard to believe after the crowds they had been serving for brunch and dinner for three days. Even those not serving us specifically made time to talk to us as they dried rack after rack of wine glasses coming from the dishwasher. We could not have asked for a lovelier way to spend an evening. Thank you Field House. We'll see you the next time we're on our way to Whitefish.
Four of us ate here before a concert. We came from out of town and chose this based on online reviews. We all liked our food, although one comment was that the mac and cheese was a little salty. The menu is quite limited but the ingredients are local and the flavors were excellent. The atmosphere is converted-garage funky. The server was attentive and responsive to our needs. I would be happy to eat here again.
Sunday night and not very many decent eateries open (that were not bars). Was looking for a good place that would give us a selection of tasty meals without all the calories and fat. Field house did just that. The food was AMAZING; Halibut dish - delightful. Scallops - delicious. The pairings of ingredients were interesting yet yummy.
Always a great atmosphere and fantastic service. Brunch menu changes were extremely disappointing. No huevo rancheros, no french press coffee, burritos, and shaved ham instead of thick pork belly in eggs Benedict, these were extremely disappointing. Can't say we will be back unless these are remedied, which is unfortunate as your restaurant was one of the best in town and your staff is great.
We've eaten here a couple times before. We decided to come because we saw the delicious looking burgers served. They are awesome looking. They are piled high with fresh condiments,toasted buttered bun but... the skinniest pressed burger! Not what we were expecting. A farm to table type restaurant w/that?!
I ususally never review, but I have to. I'm not one to send food back or complain so I'll just leave my honest experience here. I'm not a picky guy but this was not a good date night dinner choice at all.
I had never been to the Fieldhouse before. I decided to take my lady out on a date, saw the high reviews and decided it was a safe bet. While it may be for some, neither my date or I cared much for it. We were seated dead center of everyone which is fine but with the other tables full, and tight spacing between tables, it made for a fairly loud dinner. We both were laughing at the fact we had to almost shout to hear eachother or our server.
The bread appetizer with oil and vinegar was fantastic and the beer was tasty! My lady ordered the halibut special, looked good, but it was on a bed of thick oil and fatty gunk. She's from Alaska and is used to fresh fish and understands the quality won't be the same but she didn't care for the extra gunk.
I ordered the New York strip special.... Now, I may just not be fancy enough or something but that was the weirdest, and most unappetizing dish. It might just be me, but purple mash potatoes and dark green, soggy, sad looking veggies on top doesn't make me think "mmm". I tried the potatoes and veggies and thats as far as that went. The steak was nothing special, asked for medium rare and couldn't see a spot of pink in that steak. The entire outer 1/3 was gristle. I like fat on a steak, but that much unchewable gristle ruined it for me. I ate the inner steak and left the rest, pretty expensive few bites for me.
Again, maybe I'm too simple of a guy in terms of cuisine to know much about "fancy" food, but for $100, I was very disappointed. I could've gone to a steak or seafood place and got twice the food, that I knew was good for 1/2 the price. No offense here, obviously people love the fieldhouse, and maybe I just had a bad trip but I didn't care for it. I'd consider going back, we'll see.
Thank you, Nate B.
Our most recent visit was for Easter brunch. I love their menu, but it does not have all that many selections. I wish there were more. They do offer a special and they always have a great mimosa special. I will definitely dine there again, but I hope eventually they will expand their menu just a bit.
My bacon was cold and greasy and had the freezer burn taste. My toast came after I was done with my meal as was everyone else. No one in our group liked the coffee. The waitress seemed like she didn't really like her job. Our previous experience had been vey good this time not so much.
The Fieldhouse never disappoints. If you're having trouble picking an appetizer, I recommend the Brussels Sprouts, they are delicious! Another menu favorite is the meatloaf, it's better than your mother's! The staff is helpful and friendly. Travis has served us multiple times and is always wonderful.
Sunday Brunch. The chicken wrap was fresh and light, mostly vegetables, which was what I wanted. Tasted my husband's meatloaf sandwich which was hearty with a good smoked honey flavor. Service at 1:00 pm was quick and friendly. We arrived just as two large parties were leaving. We had planned on brunch items (a variation of eggs Benedict and biscuits and gravy but they were out of both) but happy to explore lunch menu.
I started out with the meatloaf but swapped with my wife for the sirloin special. I found the meatloaf barbeque sauce to be too sweet but my wife loved it. I am seeing the sweeter side in many of the Billings restaurants so this may be a local flavor. The root vegetables were great and the wine list quite acceptable. Would go again but would like to wait for a seasonal change
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