Popular restaurants in South Dakota

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22TEN Kitchen Cocktails
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American | Sioux Falls
Morrie's Steakhouse
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Steakhouse | Sioux Falls
Parker's Bistro
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American | Sioux Falls
CRAVE - Sioux Falls
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American | Sioux Falls
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Granite City Food & Brewery - Sioux FallsGranite City Food & Brewery - Sioux Falls
124 reviews
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American | Sioux Falls, Sioux Falls

Quick to be seated, attentive server, great food! More

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Skogen Kitchen1. Skogen Kitchen
102 reviews
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Fusion / Eclectic | Rapid City, Rapid City

Amazing food, amazing wine and amazing service! What a wonderful Mother’s Night Dinner!! Can’t wait to go back again! Thanks!! More

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Minerva's - Sioux Falls2. Minerva's - Sioux Falls
1071 reviews
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American | Sioux Falls, Sioux Falls

Our waitress was just OK. She never asked us if we wanted coffee with our desert. I asked for a clean k ife, but I never did get one. More

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Morrie's Steakhouse3. Morrie's Steakhouse
477 reviews
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Steakhouse | Sioux Falls, Sioux Falls

Awesome meal and impeccable service. I had the smoked short rib and it was spectacular. What a great meal and our waitress was fun and very attentive. Will definitely go back for more short ribs! More

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Parker's Bistro4. Parker's Bistro
438 reviews
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American | Sioux Falls, Sioux Falls

Everything was delicious, a variety of good food choices and excellent, friendly service More

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Delmonico Grill5. Delmonico Grill
718 reviews
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American | Rapid City, Rapid City

Service, location, ambiance all great. Food not so much. Neither Steak was hot More

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(kol)(kol)
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Contemporary American | Rapid City, Rapid City

After making a huge splash in the downtown dining scene, (kōl) - The cornerstone of the establishment is a massive coal-fired oven (nearly 10 feet wide) that glows with a combination of dancing gas flames and red-hot coal that will be highly visible both inside and outside of the restaurant. This provides an incredible backdrop for our exhibition-style kitchen, which in essence, will provide dinner and a show. The nearly 1,200 degree oven allows us to prepare unique menu items targeted at today’s more savvy diner that’s not only looking for great flavors, but also the high nutritional value required to fuel today’s busy professional.More

Discover South Dakota

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.

Discover South Dakota

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.