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We were in Valentine overnight and this was recommended by our front desk staff. The place is huge. There were so many pickups in the lot we figured we'd have to wait but got right in. Excellent and timely service. I had a chicken breast...More
Visited the Peppermill on a golf trip and had such a great Prime Rib meal I came back a second time for the 22 oz. T-Bone special. Jennifer provided excellent service and her recommendations were perfect. Everything was cooked to perfection and the value for...More
I highly recommend this restaurant in Valentine. So wonderful I ate dinner here twice for the two days I was there. I can vouch both the sirloin and the prime rib are fantastic! Especially the prime rib.
Top notch service and fair prices as well.
Love this place! Local Nebraskan knows her beef! Great service and selection everytime! Excellent all around! Even if your exhausted from a long day of canoeing it is worth the trip for a deliciously made meal! Hefty proportions making sense out of alittle more money...More
We recently drove to Valentine to visit a friend who is a traveling nurse. She asked several of her colleagues to recommend a good restaurant. The Pepermill was the nearly uninimous recommendation and it was spot on. This is a classic family steakhouse that's all...More
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Never ask your waiter this at any establishment or even call them. They are secretly rolling their eyes at you. ALL restaurants have gluten free options, its up to you to educate yourself on what being gluten free actually... More
Never ask your waiter this at any establishment or even call them. They are secretly rolling their eyes at you. ALL restaurants have gluten free options, its up to you to educate yourself on what being gluten free actually is. If you indeed are gluten free it is YOUR responsibility to know what items are commonly made using wheat flour and to not eat those things, including but not limited to, bread, breaded fried items or gravy. For example, a gluten free menu option is you not eating the croutons that came with the salad or the bun that came with the burger, simple.