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Stay & Eat

Try the Brews in Custer

With more than 24 South Dakota beers on tap at our Pounding Father’s Restaurant, plus our own in-house brews, Mt. Rushmore Brewing Company has solidly establish...
Burger with Egg

Gluten-Free Guide to the Black Hills

It can be difficult finding a restaurant that caters to the gluten intolerant, or even those who are eating gluten-free for personal reasons, so we’ve compiled ...
Dining week food

A Culinary Adventure in Rapid City

Celebrate Downtown's distinctive dining during the third annual Downtown Rapid City Restaurant Week from Friday, Jan. 12 to Saturday, Jan. 20. Downtown Ra...
Harriet & Oak

Vegan Guide to the Black Hills

Vegan food is hard to come by in South Dakota. However, there are a few restaurants that serve up delicious vegan dishes that aren’t a plain salad! The artsy...
Gambling

Hit the Jackpot

Hit the jackpot at one of the many casinos in the Black Hills! Deadwood is an oasis for tourists and gamblers alike, with a jaw-dropping 30 casinos now operatin...
Downhill Winter Fun

Downhill Winter Fun

The Black Hills has some of the highest peaks this side of the Rockies, making it is a hot spot for downhill and cross country skiers and snowboarders of all sk...
Bullock Hotel Deadwood

A Haunted Vacation

The modern-day Black Hills is built on the remains of centuries of Wild West, homesteader, and Native American history. Over the many years, legends of ghosts, ...
Wine Tasting

A Sip of Wine

The Black Hills may not seem like a top destination for wine aficionados, but there are plenty of renowned wineries tucked away in the hills. Hill City has a la...
Hill City

Welcome to Hill City

While the "Heart of the Hills" was once referred to as "a town with a church on each end and a mile of Hell in between," the activities of Hill City have tamed ...
Chuckwagon Meal

Now Taste This

The maxim ”eat, drink, and be merry” is especially useful when on vacation. If you’re a die-hard foodie, some things should just be tasted right from the source...