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Tips van locals
This is a must stop if you like steak dinner! Historic Bavarian Inn, serving dinner at 5 pm. Get there by 4-4:30 to get on the list, and expect a 60-90 minute wait most nights. There’s just one choice for dinner (steak and potatoes with salad), but it’s a bargain worth waiting for! Try a selection…
The most popular restaurant in Hill City. Expect a wait as they don't take reservations.
I Love this place. lunch is German food dinner is filet mignon. cash only and expect a small wait time.
Lunch is a German themed menu. Evening is a very limited menu for a fantastic low price. Choice of a large or small bacon wrapped filet mignon steak served with a wedge of head lettuce and house ranch dressing, baked potato, sour cream and butter, Texas toast. Don't miss out on the great desserts…
Lunch is such a delicious experience and the veranda is an added treat in the warmer seasons. Dinner has two choices, the size of steak and your beverage. Yum!
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Andere aanbevelingen van locals
“Free wine tasting! Gotta love that! And atmosphere of modern rustic and classy. They have gourmet sandwich deli and gift shop. Lots of outdoor sitting. Near Hill City. ”
- Door 20 locals aangeraden
“The best breakfast in town! Just get there early to beat the crowd as seating is limited. Head Chef, Ben Klinkel, has really poured his heart into this place and you can tell. The food is exquisite. ”
- Door 32 locals aangeraden
“EXCELLENT bakery food made from scratch! Literally behind the hotel so well within walking distance!”
- Door 9 locals aangeraden
Monument / Landmark
“If you have time take the Presidential walk. Not only do you get closer to the monument but you get great views as well! ”
- Door 56 locals aangeraden
“Take in sweeping vistas of otherworldly landscapes and stunning panoramas of vividly colored buttes, pinnacles, spires and canyons at Badlands National Park. The 244,000-acre park—once known as Mako Sica (a Lakota phrase meaning “land bad”)—features eroded land formations that reveal multicolored layers of various rock types: shale (purple and yellow), sand and gravel (tan and gray), iron oxides (red and orange) and volcanic ash (white). While you’re here, drive the Badlands Loop State Scenic Byway and keep your eyes open for an array of wildlife, including eagles, coyotes, pronghorn and bison. Since being given more room to roam, the resident conservation herd numbers around 1,200. Spot individuals and small groups along the park’s Sage Creek Rim Road. Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep were introduced to Badlands National Park more than 50 years ago. They fit right into the park’s rugged terrain, steep canyons and grassy meadows. The overlooks at both Pinnacles and Cedar Pass tend to grant good views—just look for the species’ large, curved horns! Nearby Towns: Interior (1.5 miles); Wall (7.5 miles); Kadoka (23 miles)”
- Door 26 locals aangeraden