South Dakota October 31, 2019
The 6 Wackiest Restaurants In South Dakota Where Dining Is A Blast
When dining out with kids or out-of-town guests, you may want to find a restaurant that is not only delicious but downright fun. Does this sound familiar? Fortunately, South Dakota is full of these fun and sometimes wacky restaurants, including these six where dining is a blast:
1. Wall Drug (Wall)
You know the world-famous Wall Drug for their shops and iconic jackalope, but did you know that it also has a restaurant for every taste and preference? In addition to the food, you can expect to find a tasty soda fountain, life-size T-Rex, and other Old West surprises!
2. Phillips Avenue Diner (Sioux Falls)
Do you pine for the days of Elvis, poodle skirts, and chrome everywhere you look? Then you are going to love the Phillips Avenue Diner, an old-fashioned 1950s diner complete with checkered floors, nostalgic posters and art lining the walls, and homemade food that is unlike anything you have ever tasted.
3. Turks & Caicos Cabana Grille (Sioux Falls)
Do you need an island vacation but can't come up with the funds? Join the club... and then meet me at the Turks & Caicos Cabana Grille in Sioux Falls! Opened in 2018, Turks & Caicos boasts an authentic island theme with a menu of seafood, rice bowls, and beach-inspired cocktails to match.
4. Fort Hays Chuckwagon Supper & Show (Rapid City)
Do you often find that your kids get bored and restless during dinner? That will not be the case at Fort Hays: a unique South Dakota tour that includes a kid-approved cowboy breakfast, chuckwagon supper, and live show.
5. Ruby House (Keystone)
Located just down the road from the Fort Hays Chuckwagon, the Ruby House gives its guests a look at SoDak's Old West past via turn-of-the-century decor and staff dressed in old-time garb. Need another reason to visit? The Ruby House also serves a delicious menu complete with juicy burgers, steaks, and Indian tacos.
6. Firehouse Brewing Company (Rapid City)
Housed inside an old - you guessed it - firehouse, the Firehouse Brewing Company pays homage to its fire station history through both its building and vintage firefighter decor. Need we mention that Firehouse Brewing also serves some of the best microbrews in the state?
How many of these unique restaurants have you tried? Did we miss your favorite? Let us know in the comments! If you are searching for even more Only in South Dakota fun, make sure to check out these
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