Archives for the ‘Food and Dining’ Category

Hill City Highlights Hill City Highlights By | Jun 29th, 2015 | Category: Arts and Culture, Attractions, Food and Dining If you’re looking for scenic beauty, a bit of culture and some fascinating history all the way back to the prehistoric, make sure you take time to stroll the streets of Hill City, the second oldest town in the Black Hills (Custer wins as the oldest). With a plethora of things to see and do, […]
Spring It On! Spring It On! By | Feb 28th, 2015 | Category: Arts and Culture, Attractions, Events, Food and Dining, Outdoor Recreation Signs of Spring in the Black Hills: Baby Bison, Pasque Flowers and Easter Events… With unseasonably warm weekend temps, it’s not too hard to believe that the first day of spring is right around the corner. For those deeply anticipating the warmer seasons ahead of us, here are three signs that you may be able […]
Chubby Chipmunk: Truffle Love Chubby Chipmunk: Truffle Love By | Nov 20th, 2014 | Category: Discoveries (WordPress), Food and Dining For those of us that have a sweet tooth, chocolate tends to be our number one fix. If you live in the Black Hills, Chubby Chipmunk is a household name. However, if you find yourself traveling through, take my advice: you must make a stop in Deadwood and visit this gourmet chocolate shop! Chip, the […]
The Top 5 Best and Beefiest Burgers in the Black Hills The Top 5 Best and Beefiest Burgers in the Black Hills By | Jul 29th, 2014 | Category: Food and Dining From the campus classic to the nationally recognized, there’s never been a better time to feed into your biggest, beefiest burger craving in the Black Hills! #1. Black Hills Burger & Bun Company — Custer, SD Taken from the restaurant review of Black Hills Burger & Bun Co. we featured in March, when you have […]
Hill City Brewery Sick N Twisted – By Beer Lovers For Beer Lovers Hill City Brewery Sick N Twisted – By Beer Lovers For Beer Lovers By | Jul 15th, 2014 | Category: Arts and Culture, Discoveries (WordPress), Food and Dining Maybe it was never doubt about Sick N Twisted Brewery in Hill City but simply that I was so blown away by the full offering. At Sick-N-Twisted there are typically 16 of their beers on tap. Seriously, and that’s just theirs. Between two other bar setups on the grounds, there are also twenty more amazing guest beers to choose from. Staring at so many taps, the plans for a future Hill City stay quickly boiled.