South Dakota Dining June 22, 2021
Both A Restaurant And Fire Station, South Dakota’s Firehouse Brewing Is An Underrated Day Trip Destination
Are you looking for a delicious meal or a refreshing drink with a side of fascinating history? Fortunately, South Dakota has all of the above in more places than one, including the can’t-miss and downright fascinating Firehouse Brewing Company:
Tucked away in Rapid City, the Firehouse Brewing Company is a popular local spot that is historic for more reasons than one.
Housed inside a National Historic Registered, 1915 firehouse, Firehouse Brewing pays homage to its former life via the structure and original memorabilia, including old-time ladders, photos, patches, and even the original fire pole.
Hungry? If so, you have come to the right place, as not only does Firehouse Brewing have an awesome ambiance but an epic menu as well, beginning with burgers, sandwiches, soup and salad, apps, BBQ, and more.
Like all great SoDak restaurants, Firehouse Brewing also whips up some tasty, made-from-scratch dinners like Gumbo, Fish and Chips, and Stout and Hearty. Yum!
In addition to being housed in a historic firehouse, Firehouse Brewing Company is also billed as South Dakota's oldest brewery, specializing in on-tap cider, lagers, stouts, and more.
To learn more about the Firehouse Brewing Company and its intriguing history - or to check out their extensive menu before you go - please visit their
Firehouse Brewing Company is open Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
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here! For even more can’t-miss, historic places around the Mount Rushmore State, check out This Day Trip To Deadwood Is One Of The Best You Can Take In South Dakota. Address: Firehouse Brewing Company, 610 Main St, Rapid City, SD 57701, USA