This Firehouse In South Dakota Is Actually A Restaurant And You’ll Want To Eat Here
If you’ve ever been to Rapid City, you’re certainly familiar with one of the city’s most iconic restaurants. Check out Firehouse Brewing Company:
This firehouse was built in 1915. It was once filled with fire engines and brave fire fighters who lived and worked here, protecting the citizens of Rapid City.
Today, the building is on the National Historic Register, and it serves as a restaurant and brewery.
Outside in the patio area, two huge murals commemorates fire fighters and their service to the community.
In true Rapid City style, outside art is always appreciated, and these murals are magnificent.
Inside, the brewery keeps plenty of its original firehouse charm.
Ladders and vintage fire fighting equipment hang overhead.
You'll find memorabilia and vintage fire fighter items all over the dining room.
Make sure to bring your appetite - the food is delicious, and the portions are fire-fighter sized.
The burgers are especially good here.
The house-smoked bbq ribs are delicious, too.
Get your baby back ribs with two side dishes.
The brewery has been crafting beer for more than 25 years, and they've gotten pretty good at it.
This is Smoke Jumper Stout, which pays homage to our forest fire fighters.
Can't decide which craft beer to try? Get a flight.
With so many brews to choose from, you're certain to find one that you love.
You can even take some beer home with you in this stylish growler.
Visit Firehouse Brewing Company at 610 Main Street in Rapid City.
It's open Monday through Thursday from 11 AM to 10 PM; Friday and Saturday 11 AM to 11 PM; Sunday 11 AM to 9 PM. Check out Firehouse Brewing Company's
for more information.
Have you dined at Firehouse Brewing Company? Tell us what you thought!
Here’s another restaurant in Rapid City that’s located in a historic building, and
this one will take you right back to the 1920s.
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