It’s this weekend, in case Easter has snuck up on you. So, after you do that last minute basket filler shopping, be sure to make reservations for Easter brunch in Billings.
With no reservations necessary and Easter brunch priced at only $14.99, it’s no wonder Montana Jacks in the Heights (520 Hansen Ln.) is so popular with families on Easter. Brunch features their normal breakfast menu plus a few extras like yummy pastries (eclairs!). Learn more online, here.
The Fieldhouse Café boasts of meals made from scratch with “honest, whole ingredients,” and their Easter brunch menu is proof. French toast from house-made challah, Eggs benedict composed of a sourdough crumpet, ham, egg and hollandaise sauce and a frittata crafted with cremini mushrooms, arugula, potatoes and greens. Find The Fieldhouse at 2601 Minnesota Ave. and call for reservations: 406-534-2556.
The Northern Hotel
Mimosas and Easter Brunch – oh yeah! Although brunch at the Northern is a bit pricey at $45 (but this price includes an 18 percent tip), they’re throwing in a free mimosa and free non-alcoholic beverages. All to wash down the yummy prime rib, baked ham, smoked salmon and more. The Northern Hotel is located at 119 N Broadway and you can visit them online here and call them at 406-867-6766.
For budget-conscious folks, consider Montana Club’s Easter brunch – served from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m., adults pay $22.99. kids 12 and under eat for $12.99 and 4 and under don’t pay a dime. The best part? It’s ALL YOU CAN EAT!
The Montana Club’s buffet is massive in its offerings, from roasted New York Strip to smoked ham, bacon, eggs, and cinnamon French toast to biscuits with sausage gravy and yummy deserts like eclairs, cinnamon rolls, muffins and more.
Prefer Easter dinner? They’ll be serving that as well with your choice of ham with sides, Asian duck with blackberry sauce, rack of lamb, pork chops, New York Steak and more. Check out the menu online, here and call 406-969-1211 for reservations. Montana Club is located at 1791 Majestic Ln. in Billings.
Local Kitchen & Bar
A local favorite, make reservations now if you hope to brunch it up this Sunday at Local Kitchen & Bar (1430 Country Manor Blvd.). If you’re more than addicted to hash browns, you’ll LOVE this place – they have the best in town. Easter features their normal brunch menu and you can reserve your spot by calling 406-534-8601.
Build your own bloody Mary – my kind of place! Located downtown, Commons 1882 gets mixed reviews on Yelp but brunch looks to be a standout with steak and eggs, eggs Bennie and lamb chops. You can also order gluten-free meals. Commons 1882 is located at 404 N 30th St. and you’ll find them online, here.
Log Cabin Bakery baked goods fresh from the oven with a cup of gourmet coffee is breakfast enough for many and you can get that on Easter at McCormick Café, but you can also get a whole lot more. Stuffed Oxford French toast, omelets, fresh fruit and more are all of offer. Easter brunch is priced at $21.95 for adults and $10.95 for kids ages 6 to 12. Reservations are required so call 406-869-9700 and find them at 2419 Montana Ave. Brunch will be served from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.