We headed here first thing when arriving in Deadwood. The variety of soups hit the spot with us. Soups were delicious and it was so nice to have more than two or three to pick from.
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We had an early breakfast and it was not very busy. The buffet was not crowded and the selections were good. I have no complaints and will return when in the area.
Ate here twice. First time was great-- bean soup and salad bar. The fried chicken reminded me of Swanson's frozen, and I couldn't finish the blueberry pie, as it seemed straight out of the can for filling. But the staff are very kind and attentive....More
Food was plentiful and staff was friendly. Used to be able to order omelets on buffet line, but was not available this trip. The cafe style food such as Lizzie Burger has been moved back to the original Tin Lizzie Casino which was very good.
Stopped for dinner at the buffet. It looked like nobody cared. The salad bowl was 1/4 full and the lettuce was brown. The main course was pot roast and I have never seen pot roast that looked like shoe leather before and that's what it...More
There are some buffets that are good, some are very good, and then there are the rest, which you should avoid. This is one to be avoided. Nothing was good.....not the salad, not the meats, not the vegetables, not the soups, not the desserts. Better...More
I am sorry to say that the sign shows a great big huge hamburger, so we had dinner there, and the burger was very small and very greasy. I would not recommend having a hamburger at this location. The beer and drinks were very good...More
We arrived at 10:31. Yes that is 1 minute past breakfast. The server let us go through and get what we wanted off the buffet anyway. I'm so glad she did. My husband does not eat at buffets because the food is usually cold or...More
On Friday and Saturday nights,10 PM, they offer this special, about $25. Suggest you don't show up between 6-7 as it gets crowded and you may have to wait awhile for a table. I am not a crab fan, but my friends thought is was...More