Visited for supper in the middle of peak season with a group of 12. We had advance reservations; the table was ready when we arrived and service was very good for a group our size. Menu selection was fairly good and I believe everyone was reasonably happy with their meals. My wife was looking forward to a rum and coke and was disappointed that they only offer beer and wine; to make matters worse, they were out of a couple of the local craft brews that we then tried to order. The bison pot roast was quite good (not at all dry as is sometimes the problem with bison), but I am still waiting for my life to change as promised on the menu. Those who ordered fish were happy - that's always a sign of a good chef. The building is interesting - an authentic old log structure. The Black Hills doesn't offer a wide selection of dining options, but compared to what's available, this place is good - I would recommend it.
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