If you're in Deadwood then you have to stop at where it ended for Wild Bill. Get some food and have a drink too.
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We ate here for the first time this year on our annual trip to the Sturgis Rally. It was not as packed as usual so we took advantage. There was open air seating and we gave it a whirl! The food was average selection, tasty....More
Enjoyed the story of Wild Bill, and the tour was very informative. I thought my kids (10 and 12) wouldn't enjoy this part of our vacation but they put it into the top 3. They enjoyed sipping a root beer on tap, while I enjoyed...More
The food was good. We had hamburgers and BBQ beef. Great fries. They had a small stage where a fella was singing and playing guitar. The restaurant is open front to the street. They even have a small balcony. Great place to sit and enjoy!
We went in here to see the place where Wild Bill was shot. Great old time look. We stayed for a couple of bottles of beer (which were only $1 each). Enjoyed seeing all the old stuff hanging on the walls & everywhere. Be sure...More
Was in deadwood on a busy night. All the good restaurants where full. Ducked in here for a pizza. Pizza was not good and the staff where upset they had to be there
Rustic, opted not to eat there, just did a walk through and had a beer. Quite a few folks enjoying the "joint". Parking is a real bother, recommend catching the $2 tram and walking between stops.
We went in to have a drink. Met Jan (bartender) and sat with her husband, Clyde. Very nice people, beer a bit pricey. Other than that, great conversation with Clyde. Went back 2 days later and checked out gift shop, got a couple of nice...More
I heard they had really good pizza! After a long day of meetings, some gaming and wandering Deadwood, I slipped through the door and found YES!! the pizza is terrific….they slipped it in a to-go box as I had paperwork to do and wandered back...More