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On a rainy, cold night, my dad and I were looking for a good place to have dinner. We found the Grateful Head Pizza Oven & Beer Garden in an unexpected place - a long, back alleyway, (pictured below). There was a 20 minute wait...More
We were so excited to see this place had opened in Hot Springs as it is our favorite in Broken Bow. The building was so cool and we loved the layout. The bartender was weird in a good way and kept us entertained with a...More
We ate at three different pizza restaurants while visiting Hot Springs, and this pizza was our favorite. We had a little wait to be seated, but our server was nice and quick to bring drinks and take our order. We tried two of their specialty...More
Was seated and no one came to the table. Sat there for 15 minutes before leaving. Several tree sleeping staff walked past out table and did not acknowledge us. Another table was seated shortly after us and had the same experience. They walked out with...More
I'm no spring chicken and I have consumed plenty of pizza over the years. The Grateful Head Pizza restaurant is the best pizza I have ever had. The atmosphere is very unique and pleasurable. The restaurant is built into the side of a hill. If...More
Very interesting place. We were looking for a pizza/beer restaurant which also served gluten pizza and found this one. The pizza was excellent as well as the hard cider. Our daughter-in-law can only eat gluten food and they offered a gluten pizza which she said...More
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Unfortunately, the restaurant itself is not wheelchair accessible because like many others said, it's located on the side of a hill up 2 flights of stairs. The restaurant is connected to the bar below and offers carryout... More
Unfortunately, the restaurant itself is not wheelchair accessible because like many others said, it's located on the side of a hill up 2 flights of stairs. The restaurant is connected to the bar below and offers carryout service that can be picked up from below.
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