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A photo of Granite City Food & Brewery - Sioux Falls restaurant
4.5
Awesome(181)
  • $$$$
  • American
  • Sioux Falls
Booked 2 times today

Granite City Food & Brewery features signature menu items and proprietary beers in a polished casual setting. Menu items include Broad Axe stout beer short ribs, ponzu glazed salmon, and maple pepper bacon flatbreads. Signature GCFB beers are brewed onsite, including: the Batch 1000 Double IPA, the...

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Although South Dakota has restaurants to satisfy any craving, whether it be steak, seafood, Italian, or Chinese food, the options tend to steer towards cuisine from Scandinavian, German, and Native American cultures. That being said, some meal options seem totally unique to the state. Foods such as chislic, kuchen (the state dessert) and Indian tacos are staples in South Dakota. The state celebrates its Czechoslovakian culture every June with Tabor Czech Days, which is a perfect way to do more than just sample your share of kolaches. Two foods created by the Lakota Sioux, wojaki and wasna, are still very popular in South Dakota today.

Although South Dakota has restaurants to satisfy any craving, whether it be steak, seafood, Italian, or Chinese food, the options tend to steer towards cuisine from Scandinavian, German, and Native American cultures. That being said, some meal options seem totally unique to the state. Foods such as chislic, kuchen (the state dessert) and Indian tacos are staples in South Dakota. The state celebrates its Czechoslovakian culture every June with Tabor Czech Days, which is a perfect way to do more than just sample your share of kolaches. Two foods created by the Lakota Sioux, wojaki and wasna, are still very popular in South Dakota today.

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