North Dakota July 31, 2019
This Century-Old Boutique Hotel And Restaurant In North Dakota Is A True Gem
Enjoy a fine dining experience and a stay for the night in a century-old hotel and restaurant right here in North Dakota. This place is full of charm, history, and good eats. Even if you only stay for a meal and not for a weekend, you’ll still love everything this place has to offer. Check it out for yourself:
The Williston is a boutique hotel and restaurant located in, you guessed it, Williston, North Dakota.
The building looks like something out of an old European fairy tale. It was first built in 1918, dating it to over 100 years old. It was originally an Elks Lodge before being converted to the restaurant and hotel it is today.
Inside and out, it is divine. A fine dining area, beautiful hotel rooms, and gorgeous lobby will make you feel like you've stepped into something of royalty.
Though it has had a complete update and remodel to make it perfectly accommodating, the owners wanted to keep much of the original structure and interior and preserved the original look of the building. You can see these antique pieces come through in much of the decor.
The food in the restaurant is nothing short of exquisite, as well. The menu has everything from seafood that includes lobster and sea bass to perfectly cooked steaks, pasta, and so much more.
There are actually two parts to the restaurant. The Lounge has a menu geared towards things like burgers, fish and chips, and an incredible baked mac n' cheese. There is something for everyone here. You can also often enjoy live music here.
Don't forget about the nightly chef specials. They range from BBQ dishes to all kinds of exotic fish. This is truly a gem of North Dakota you won't find many other places!
Address: 408 1st Avenue East, Williston, ND, 58801
You can find hotel reservation information, a full menu, and everything else you might need by visiting
The Williston website.
Here’s another unique
hotel and restaurant combination in North Dakota clear across on the other side of the state. Why not check it out?