01 May 2010

Mamacita's Becomes Cafe DeCamp

















The newest restaurant on our feeding frenzy itinerary in Billings was Cafe DeCamp on 6th Ave, very close to the turn off from Main St in the Heights. If you are coming from that direction you need to move over to the left quickly. Actually, since 6th Ave is a one way street headed toward downtown Billings, that is what you need to do anyway.

Most of us foodies remember this place as Mamacita's which used to serve some good Mexican food in a very small place. The space is not any larger but the food has certainly become more diverse. I had some very good soup and some quiche as well while wife Carol had a down home meatloaf sandwich. The potato chips were close to very thin fried potatoes and very good. On pleasant days in the spring, summer, fall and winter they do have some outdoor space in the back. We went for lunch but they are also open for dinner. Beer and wine served.

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1 comment:

Ken & Carol said...

Went back in June 2011 for lunch. Pretty good. These guys are really trying. They do some fancy stuff that tastes good. Not too expensive. Beer menu is fine but wine list seems a little weak. Probably expecting too much from a hole in the wall. I think I had some smoked trout benedict but not sure. Soup was excellent.

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