Sleep Inn & Suites
4031 Cheyenne Blvd.
Rapid City, SD 57703
Phone: (605) 791-5678
Fax: (605) 791-5692
Dakotah is the mascot that greets you at the entrance of the namesake restaurant. It is a large metallic buffalo that is symbolic of the Western spirit. The place is heavily inspired by the rich heritage of Black Hills and is evident in the cuisine, decor and ambiance. The choicest meats are enhanced with rich flavors and grilled to perfection to represent the city on a plate. Having fostered relationships with local artists, the handmade interiors illustrate the perfect balance of rustic and sophisticated. Dine by the warm fireplace or upstairs at your private booth for an experience that lives up to its one-of-a-kind promise.
El Mariachi on East North Street is a nice spot for your Mexican cuisine fix. Their lunch and dinner menus vary from each other. But you can be sure of delicious meals packed with great flavor.
Morningside Cafe is a popular breakfast spot on North Lacrosse Street. You will find a traditional fare made fresh daily. Owned and run by Dan Gluhm, their dishes are delicious and affordable.
The Beanery Deli & Bakery opened its doors in the 1980s and has consistently served delicious and hearty sandwiches, soups and baked goodies.
Sanford's Grub & Pub is a fun place to be. Their decor is inspired by garage sales and is intriguing with artifacts, antiques and more. Their vast menu has something for everyone. But you can be sure that everything is delicious. Enjoy happy hours in their bar and catch your favorite team in action on any of their television screens.
Downtown Rapid City's premium grill house, Delmonico Grill, as its name suggests, features delicious charbroiled specialties. Owner and Chef Pete Franklin and his partner Kelly Remily refurbished the space on West Main Street to match their vision of an unpretentious eatery in the neighborhood. The elegant yet casual setting and mezzanine seating area conveys a living room atmosphere. Indulge in succulent Tenderloin Tips, Prime Ribs and juicy filets to compliment an extensive list of domestic and international wines by the glass.
The Corn Exchange occupies the historic 1886 building on Main Street and retains much of its old-worldly charm. Chef M.J. Adams coined the term New Heartland Cuisine for her signature cooking style that blends French technique with locally-sourced produce. The menu advocates the farm-to-fork philosophy and is largely inspired by her culinary travels. Enjoy dishes like Chicken Confit and Autumn Quail with fine French wines amidst rustic interiors of exposed brick facades and unrefined ceilings.
Craving a mug of Guinness while in Rapid City? Then make your way to the Dublin Square Irish Pub and Grill. A downtown favorite, Dublin Square features an impressive collection of beers, be it local, imported or craft. Besides the beer, visitors can also gorge on their sumptuous culinary offering, consisting both American favorites, like hot dogs, and Irish classics like bangers and mash. They also host live music non weekends, so do checkout their events calendar. Call to know more.
Enigma is a great addition to downtown's fine dining scene. In addition to lunch and dinner, it opens for breakfast at 6a, catering to early birds in the neighborhood. Choose from a contemporary fusion menu that features award-winning dishes like Chai Pork and Bison Blue made from grass-fed meat and organic ingredients. They boast an extensive cellar of white and red wines as well as an exquisite martini list. Opt for their Mystery Dinner and have your taste-buds surprised with four delicious courses. Wash that down with their signature Enigmatini - a heady concoction of vodka, lime and chambord liqueur.
Opened in 1981, Colonial House Restaurant & Bar is among the best breakfast spots in town. But they also serve meals throughout the day. Their food is prepared fresh daily and comes in generous portions. Their fully stocked bar features tap beers, wines and specialty drinks.
The Millstone Family Restaurant opened its doors in 1981. The brainchild of Jerry and Joan Scriver, it is now run by Jerry and his daughter, Greta Holzwarth. It is known for its delicious home-style dishes. Drop in to know why it is still popular among the locals.