Doc Harper’s Tavern is the Place to Be

May 12, 2017


There’s always something fun happening at Doc Harper’s Tavern. If you haven’t been before, it’s definitely time to try it out. Plus, their gorgeous patio is now open and over flowing with blooming flowers, so you have the perfect spot to bask in Billings’ beautiful spring weather.

While the patio is a bonus, Doc Harper’s martinis are the main attraction. They serve traditional martinis along with specialty martinis like the Bee’s Knees, which we recently blogged about. It’s made with fresh, locally-sourced honey, gin and lemon.

Another must-try is their Cucumber Martini. It’s made with cucumber vodka, lemon juice, cucumber and a touch of sugar. Who would have thought drinking your veggies could be so much fun?

Along with their yummy cocktails, Doc Harper’s also offers several delicious small plates, including a meat and cheese plate, artichoke dip, and mouth-watering jumbo shrimp (see it here). But on Wednesday, May 17th and Thursday, May 18th, well known Billings caterer Tom Nelson of Tom Nelson Catering will be at Doc Harper’s to offer patrons something a bit different.

On those days, Tom Nelson will be serving several of his small plates in lieu of Doc Harper’s traditional small plates menu. Past items have included artichoke dip, crab cakes and lamb chops. Stop by between 5 and 9 pm on those nights and see what Tom Nelson is serving up this year. It’ll be worth it.

Be sure to stop in to Doc Harper’s during happy hour from 6-9 pm Monday through Saturday. You’ll receive deals on five different martinis!

Doc Harper’s Tavern

116 North Broadway
Billings, MT 59101

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by Felicia
Felicia is exceptionally proud to be one of the million that get to call Montana home. She describes herself as a voracious reader and enjoys snapping a few photos when the opportunity presents itself. Born and raised in Billings, Felicia loves attending concerts at many of our local venues and volunteering with the American Cancer Society.

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