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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 have eaten here over the past few years. It seems to be inconsistent. After a our last dinner visit, we were hesitant to return. This time was no better. My pork entree was disappointing. Assuming that they use a local source of pork or at least good quality, and I was not asked of what temperature I would have preferred it cooked. It was cooked near to well and was dry. It was served with a cold Apple purée underneath the pork and a cold/ under seasoned potato salad on top. I can understand using components that are not hot on a summer dish or with other like temperature items, but not with this dish. Flavor composition was boring and bland. My girlfriend's steak special was meant to be cooked medium rare. Her steak was completely cold and undercooked. During our time eating we noticed a man send back a cold meatloaf entree.
Our past couple of experiences with the waitstaff have been just middle of the road. They are knowledgeable of the menu but seem to lack much interest and personability in our interactions.
I am writing this to be constructive and not to slam your restaurant. We have had great meals here but feel it is important for you to know the last few visits have not been the greatest.
The food here was great with very interesting choices on the menu. It's a small, quirky restaurant in the downtown area. The meal was a good value for the quality of food. My only complaint was the service was a little off. I was dining alone and felt a bit overlooked by the waiter. He didn't offer me a dessert menu even though he offered it to both tables on either side of me. He didn't really check to see if I needed anything else.
Historically we have always had a good experience at the Fieldhouse but this visit was disappointing. The lacinato kale salad was made with baby kale (rather than lacinato as listed on the menu.) This resulted in a soggy, wet tasteless salad which I returned. My portion size on the buffalo meatloaf was significantly less than usual. The server was cordial but inattentive and never circled back to the table during our dinner (I would have liked another glass of wine....) I would still recommend the Fieldhouse as am thinking this experience was a one off from their usual.
This is not a restaurant to choose for those who appreciate a traditional all American brunch. Of the 4 diners in our party I was the only one who enjoyed their brunch (I chose the Frittata which was cooked perfectly and served attractively with salad). The 'Hash' brunch was greasy, the so called 'Boring' brunch of eggs and bacon was overcooked with hard bacon. The service was excellent. The price was high. The chance of revisiting The Field house is zero.
What a hidden gem! The food was delightful! Each of us got a different dish and loved every bite! I had read reviews about the Brussels beforehand and knew we wanted to try them. Definitely met our hopes! Dessert was good too! Only item we should have asked for was ice in our water, but that was our fault. Love finding new places for the palate!
We were passing through town and picked the Fieldhouse based on web reviews. The wine suggested by our waitperson was a good match for my Halibut entree. The fish was very good, nice and moist but was served over hummus which was a little strange. I had brussel sprouts for an appetizer - they were tasty but too salty. My cousin had the vegetable risotto entree which she thought was very good. I would look around for another restaurant next time I'm in Billings.
I had the pork chop and my wife had the risotto. Both were good meals and good portions. I tasted both. I thought my pork chop was best. It was perfectly cooked and had a great smoked flavor. The risotto was very fresh and light tasting. I would recommend both.
Restaurant was Fantastic!! Food was simple and amazing! It's funny what you can do with simple food and creative talent. Our server was extremely knowledgeable about the menu and preparation. He absolutely understands the nuances of cooking and flavor. His recommendations were spot on and nothing disappointed! The kicker ending was the strawberry/rhubarb dessert, it was out of this world. This was a first time in Billings, but if ever back I wouldn't miss this restaurant on a bet!!!
I asked for and got a good table as it was my wife's B'day.
The server was well informed and skilled.
My dish, the special, which was monkfish was over cooked. I didn't complain as it wasn't inedible.
The creme brulee dessert was excellent. There was no charge for coffeee, a rarity.
The place can be noisy but was fine Thursday night.
The menu is limited but there's something for everyone.
Great wine list. Limited beer choices.
Prices are fair.
Foodie alert: wow Billings Montana. Required dining... Great menu, but is probably different from on-line. Great flavor mix on all dishes. Amazing warm olives appetizer, flavored with brined coriander, orange peel, and poblano pepper. Specials this evening were blackened ribeye (perfectly medium rare) with spicy Asian noodles, veggies and peppers. Australian salmon with cucumber coulee and quinoa/walnut side and woody broccolini. All paired with a 2014 Failla Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir. Fantastic service from the waiter and team. Don't pass it up.