Hours: Winter – January to March 31st

Monday – 11-2PM  |  Tuesday – Thursday: 11AM – 9PM  | Friday: 11AM – 10PM          Saturday: 5PM – 10PM  |  Sunday: 10AM – 2PM Brunch

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404 N 30th St Billings, MT 59101

Friday Specials:

Soup:

Seafood Chowder

Lunch Special:

Fish and Chips with Cocktail Sauce $12

Dinner Entrees:

Garlic and Herb Crusted Prime Rib $34

Grilled Ribeye Deckle with 4 Garlic Butter Prawns, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, and Jus $35

Buttermilk Fried Chicken with Mac and Cheese, Green Beans, and Honey Mustard $25

Desserts:

Malted Chocolate Creme Brulee $7

Cake with Strawberry Jam, Peanut Butter Mousse, Vanilla Ice Cream, and Chocolate Sauce $7

Happy Hour

4PM-6PM

23 ounce draft beer – $5 Wine by the glass – $1.50 OFF Appetizers – $2 OFF

Now Serving Cold Smoke on Tap

Mother’s Day is May 13th

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We are pleased to announce that Restaurant.com has given Commons 1882 the 2016 Best Rated Restaurant based on Verified Customer Survey Reviews


Reserve your table today for Sunday Brunch

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 Serving Brunch Sundays 10a.m. – 2p.m.     Sunday Brunch featuring great breakfast items and a build your own Bloody Mary Bar, Mimosa’s & Mimosa Flights       

Commons 1882 chef

About Commons 1882

Welcome to Commons  1882. Our restaurant is located in a renovated 134 year old building, and features 2 full size bars. We serve traditional American fare in an elevated, extraordinary fashion. We use only the highest quality products to deliver a sensory nirvana. What is zipping off from the kitchen you may ask? A delicious category of culinary delights known as American New! You may think you’ve had the assortment of American classics; but never like this! The upstairs bar area is the perfect place for your next private function or event. We hope to see you soon!

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404 N 30th St Billings, MT 59101 406-254-1882

Commons 1882

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