Black Hills Burger and Bun Co
Door 26 locals aangeraden · Geschatte prijs 2 van 4
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Our favorite local spot to eat and voted the 'Best Burger' in the nation! All home-made, great atmosphere and friendly folks. You'll love it!
Custer, SD: Best burgers in the country...seriously. People line up for when they open M-F 11-2pm/5-8pm, Sat 11-2pm. Fresh ground, fresh baked with unique topping options. GF buns available!
Custer, SD: Best burgers in the country...seriously. People line up for when they open M-F 11-2pm/5-8pm, Sat 11-2pm, closed Sunday. Fresh ground, fresh baked with unique topping options.
Ranked Top Burger Joint in America by Trip Advisor. This place serves an incredible burger from only locally raised beef and bison. A true culinary experience, you'll be happy you made the trek to Custer!
This burger joint in downtown Custer was voted best burgers in the US by TripAdvisor in 2014. They are so popular that there's often up to an hour wait in the summer, but totally worth it!
"best" burgers in South Dakota. Rated top 10 in US. You won't regret it. They moved to a different location, nearby. I recommend the "Hot Granny"
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“Great unique ice cream as well normal favorite. Also have vegan and gluten free options!”
- Door 9 locals aangeraden
“Sylvan Lake is beautiful. Even when it is too cold to swim, the hiking and sightseeing around this area are not to be missed”
- Door 5 locals aangeraden
“Deep beneath the vast expanse of the golden, windswept prairie in western South Dakota is the seventh-longest cave in the world and one of the most complex cave systems, a subterranean realm of maze-like passageways, water-carved rock formations and delicate mineral growths. Wind Cave has long been considered a sacred place for Native Americans. In 1903, President Theodore Roosevelt signed the bill that created Wind Cave National Park, the fi rst cave in the nation to be designated as a national park. The park also features more than 30 miles of hiking trails above ground, offering ample opportunities to spot bison, elk and other wildlife roaming freely. When it comes to hiking trails, Wind Cave National Park Ranger Tom Ferrell recommends Rankin Ridge. The 1-mile loop "goes to the highest point in the park with great views. While the fi re tower is closed, the view from the base is wonderful, especially at dawn or sunset," Ferrell says. After advocates brought attention to the fact that only 1,000 bison existed in the U.S. in 1913, Wind Cave received 14 of the animals from the New York Zoological Society. Today, some 500 bison roam the park, favoring prairie dog towns and fresh burn sites for their short grasses. Chat with a ranger upon your arrival to learn of the herd’s latest whereabouts. Nearby Towns: Hot Springs (7 miles); Custer (18 miles)”
- Door 17 locals aangeraden
“A little out of the way of the heart of the Black Hills, but a very interesting stop. The views in Hot Springs are to do for, and this little town has a lot of history to offer. If you make your way to the Mammoth Site, stop at Evan's Plunge for a dip in this huge natural hot spring swimming pool”
- Door 14 locals aangeraden
“Great spot to stop in for a meat & cheese plate or pizza, and nice bar. Great staff, awesome spot to chill and walking distance to both Roughlock Falls and Spearfish Falls.”
- Door 5 locals aangeraden