The Best Breakfast In South Dakota Actually Comes From A Small Town Gas Station
Why eat breakfast in a boring diner when you can enjoy your meal in a 1950s gas station? Check out this little gem in Deadwood:
The building that houses Lee Street Station Cafe was a gas station in the 1950s, but now it's a diner that serves up some of the best breakfast you'll ever eat.
The interior is quaint and charming, with its checkered floor and glass garage doors. Old gas station signs cover the walls, and little retro touches complement the theme.
During summer months, dine on the patio. It's nice and shady.
The original gas pumps still stand outside.
Bring your appetite! The 5 ounce chicken fried steak with country gravy, two eggs, hash browns and toast is a hearty meal.
The fluffy three-egg omelets are served with hash browns and toast, and they're also pretty filling to fuel you up for the entire morning.
If you have a sweet tooth, the gigantic cinnamon roll will tempt your tastebuds.
Enjoy some fresh-squeezed orange juice with your meal.
This little restaurant really shines for breakfast, but it also offers a lunch and dinner menu during summer months.
Visit Lee Street Station Cafe at 3 Lee Street in Deadwood.
During the winter, the cafe is open for breakfast and lunch from 7 AM to 2 PM. In the summer, dinner is also served from 6 PM to 10 PM.
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