Reserve your table for two at one of Billings’ most romantic restaurants. Lilac is a polished eatery featuring New American fare like Montana beef tartare, French onion soup and green tea noodles with poached prawns. On their brunch menu, you’ll find Irish turnovers, zucchini cake French toast and croque madames.
TEN is a fine dining restaurant at the Northern Hotel by executive chef Nick Steen. Here, you’ll discover starters like crab cakes, scallops and a charcuterie board. Beef cuts raised in Montana include the flat iron, New York strip and tomahawk. Bison osso bucco, pork belly and scallop pasta are sheer indulgences.
Jake’s is a traditional, wood-paneled steakhouse that’s a Billings staple. The dinner menu features dueling shrimp, a selection of steak cuts, and the option to add Alaskan crab, boursin cheese sauce, and the secret “great topping” to any entrée.
The Rex is a historic establishment serving bacon wrapped hot links, deep fried mushrooms and calamari rings and tentacles on the appetizer list. For entrées, try the Montana raised buffalo rib eye, lobster tail or Alaskan king crab, or the stuffed chicken breast. Special Valentine’s desserts can be found at most restaurants, making this a truly unique V-Day.