South Dakota September 17, 2019
The Alpine Inn In South Dakota Is Has Literally Been Around Forever
When it comes to dining out, there is nothing better than visiting a restaurant with a history as delicious as the menu itself. Lucky for us South Dakotans, the Mount Rushmore State is chock-full of restaurants that have been around for more than 50, 60, or even 70 years, and continue to stand the test of time with their unbeatable menu and impeccable service. Case in point: The 130-some-year-old Alpine Inn.
Located in Hill City, the Alpine Inn is the place to be for fine dining in a stunning setting, thanks to its elegant dining room and knowledgable staff.
Built in 1886, the Alpine Inn was once known as the Harney Peak Inn and welcomed guests from both near and far who were looking for comfortable accommodations and a great meal.
Not much has changed in the last 132 years, as people still flock to the Alpine Inn for a meal and place to stay; only now they also receive a side of old-world charm via the European-inspired interior.
While the ambiance is a good enough reason to visit, the food at the Alpine Inn may just steal the show with such choices as meat and cheese trays...
...German favorites like dumplings, sausage, schnitzel, and spaetzle...
...and out-of-this-world sandwiches and homemade sides.
Do you have a sweet tooth? Then be sure to save room for dessert, as the Alpine Inn has European treats like tiramisu, strudel, tarts, and mousse!
In addition to the food, the Alpine Inn still boasts world-class lodging, too, which can be viewed and booked via their
website or by calling (605) 574-2749.
The Alpine Inn is open for lunch Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and for dinner from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Address: 133 Main Street, Hill City, SD 57745
Have you had the pleasure of dining at the Alpine Inn? What is your favorite thing on the menu? Let us know in the comments! While you are in town, be sure to also check out
The Tiny Town In South Dakota With A Terribly Creepy Past.