Revel at the Taste of Billings Delivered a Night to Remember
April 15, 2019 | by stephanie toews
Simply Family Magazine had the incredible privilege of attending the premier unveiling of the coves at Revel at the Taste of Billings; a sight like none other. Each of the 11 coves featured beautiful, one-of-a-kind art created exclusively for this one incredible night, available to purchase through the handbid app auction during Revel.
Guests in attendance of the sneak peek event were dressed to the nines for the black-tie formal affair. It was a sight to behold in a display of incredible community collaboration. Revel wouldn’t be possible without the tremendous support of community sponsors, artists, chefs, butlers, and attending guests.
Here’s a breakdown of the coves we viewed:
Mountain West Commercial Real Estate Cove: “Building the Feature”
Artists: Chad Mitchell- Art auction item: One-of-a-kind dining table created from reclaimed wood and stones, Nathan Satran-Art on display for purchase: Unique photographs printed on aluminum showcasing local architecture and structure in Billings.
Food: 406 Kitchen and Taproom
Dining guests in the cove: CTA Architects and Engineers
Billings Clinic Cove: “We Care Where You Are”
Artists: Jim Gainan- Art auction item: Living Edison bulb chandelier, Goose Bay Glass- Art available for purchase: Handblown glass decanter and stemless wine glasses designed to represent contemporary medical beakers
Food: Lilac and Petroleum Club
Dining guests in the cove: U.S. Bank
Whether you were in attendance or not, next year you will not want to miss this elegant, unforgettable event like nothing Billings has ever seen before. It is safe to say, Michelle Williams, Executive Director of Billings Depot, together with Event Chair, Cassie LaGreca, have successfully delivered the most incredible event our town has ever experienced.
Riding the Rails of Billings Celebrations
Over a century before becoming Billings’ #1 wedding and special events venue, the Depot on Montana Avenue served a different purpose for large groups to gather. Since its construction in 1909 for use by three railroad companies, the Depot has always been the place to be in the heart of Billings Downtown Historic District.