This is part two of a two part series that covers a total of 20 downtown Billings’ most loved patios. The downtown area of Billings, Montana is made up of more than 18 city blocks; with new and old buildings, public art projects, retail, businesses, restaurants, bars, breweries, venues, residential properties of various kinds, and numerous historical landmarks.
- 20 patios in downtown Billings, MT – part 1 includes 10 patios to enjoy EAST of 27th St.
- Part two, below includes 10 patios you can enjoy WEST of 27th St.
Visit all 20 of these unique outdoor patio spaces to enjoy the abundant downtown sights, sounds, flavors, and vibes.
Patios West of 27th St.
The Montana Brewing Company, known by locals as “The Brew Pub” is located on Downtown’s most bustling block. The Brew Pub’s large covered patio is open for dining starting late spring through late fall. Day or night the patio offers diners a great view of the revitalized historic Babcock Building across the street. The Babcock building is home to many residents, retail shops, and restaurants. The Brew Pub itself is located in the ground floor of the historic Montana Electric Company Building.
Doc Harper’s Tavern
116 N Broadway
This Martini Bar is located in the downtown core inside the historic Babcock Building. In late spring through late fall, Doc Harper’s expands their sidewalk to make room for their popular outdoor patio so you can enjoy your favorite cocktail under the Montana sky while taking in the historic building views and Skypoint structure nearby on Broadway.
119 N Broadway
Bin 119’s urban patio is nestled in a courtyard-esque space behind the restaurant. Bin 119’s patio offers customers a quiet place to enjoy a meal and a glass of wine with friends where the hustle of downtown’s streets feels far off in the distance.
Daisy Dukes Saloon & Dance Hall
222 N Broadway
If you are looking for a night of music, drinks and maybe some dancing Daisy Dukes is a place you should check out. Their front patio offers up high-top tables for you to catch some fresh air and conversation. The location provides you with an urban downtown feel as this patio is located right in the heart of downtown Billings.
Big Dipper Ice Cream
100 N Broadway
It’s hard to beat the good vibes you get when sitting on the corner patio out in front of Big Dipper Ice Cream with a delicious treat in hand. The outdoor seating offers you a chance to take in the architecture of the historic buildings and a chance to say a friendly “hi” to walkerbys.
Thirsty Street Brewing Company @ The Taproom
3008 1st Ave N
The taproom’s sunny fenced patio with artificial turf grass-makes for a cozy and cool spot to meet up with friends and family to enjoy a cold beverage and nice views of downtown. The taproom serves up 16 in-house brews, sours, and other options like seltzer, cider, and wine.
115 N 29th St.
At the Sassy Biscuit Co., we believe in nothing but the best, it’s not just food it’s an experience. Come in, pull up a chair and savor scratch-made goodness and become part of the family.
The new Sassy Biscuit patio will be open from late spring to late fall which will allow even more space to enjoy the Southern style fare.
Angry Hanks Microbrewery
20 N 30th St
Angry Hanks Microbrewery is located inside a former 1916 carriage house that sat vacant for many years. This location allows this brewery to do everything from the milling to the packaging in-house. Their sunny side patio makes a great extension of their bright indoor space. Angry Hanks is a favorite after 4 pm social meeting destination all week long.
Rail Line Coffee
104 S 29th Street
A redemptive coffee house. One cup at a time, offering people a way out of poverty by providing job skills training & leadership development for individuals on the South Side of Billings. This patio features outdoor seating, lush grass, and is pet friendly!
Ebon Coffee Collective
2712 2nd Ave
Located inside the Wise Wonders Children’s Museum, Ebon Coffee Collective is a hub for rad people to collaborate, pushing the edge for both coffee quality and socially responsible operations.
Ebon’s open patio is a great place to taste some of the best coffees from Montana roasters, famous home-made pastries, great conversation, and enjoy a quiet downtown Billings moment.