Today, many local Billings residents were surprised to discover that a beloved lunch and dinner spot in the Heights has permanently closed its doors.

Bull Mountain Grille No More

Last week, the owners of Bull Mountain Grille announced changes to their hours of operation on Facebook, leaving Heights residents with one less fantastic lunch option. The announcement shocked many regular patrons who have enjoyed the restaurant's offerings for years.

At the time, the owners expressed their gratitude to their loyal customers but cited inconsistent staffing as the reason for the changes. They had recently hired a new Kitchen Manager and were optimistic about a successful summer season. However, today, the unexpected happened. Bull Mountain Grille's owners decided to close the restaurant permanently, leaving many in the community disappointed.

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The sudden closure was communicated to the staff through a message informing them that they could pick up their tips and any other payments due. The message also highlighted that the decision to close was made at the last minute, adding to the shock and dismay of both staff and customers.

Credit: Bull Mountain Grille
Credit: Bull Mountain Grille

Attempts to reach Bull Mountain Grille for comment have been unsuccessful. Their phones either go directly to a voicemail box that is not set up or continue ringing without an answer. Additionally, the restaurant's website has been taken down, providing no further information about the closure.

What are your thoughts?

The sudden shutdown of Bull Mountain Grille marks the end of an era for a popular dining spot in the Heights, leaving many to reminisce about the good times and great meals they enjoyed there. The community now faces the challenge of finding a new favorite lunch and dinner destination to fill the void left by Bull Mountain Grille's departure. Let us know how you feel about it on our App or Facebook.

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