Lead (/ˈliːd/ LEED) is a city in Lawrence County, South Dakota, United States. The population was 3,124 at the 2010 census. Lead is located in western South Dakota, in the Black Hills near the Wyoming state line.
Things to do in Lead
4.5 based on 313 reviews
This restaurant is in a beautiful setting and our breakfasts were very good. There is a nice gift shop with items from the area. The menu had lots of options, the prices were reasonable and the service was very good as well. We would definitely go back if we are in the area again.
4.5 based on 69 reviews
Coffee house with a relaxing atmosphere. Dining, lounge areas,outside deck seating. Air-conditioning. extraordinary views
We chose to have lunch at this small restaurant because it is very close to the Sanford Lab Homestake Mine Visitor Center. Food and service were good but not exceptional in any way. You order your food from the selection posted on a board and someone will bring it to your table. We ate at a table upstairs. I had a hot tuna and coleslaw panini and my husband had a Turkey, apple, and cheese sandwich.
4.5 based on 220 reviews
Pump House at Mind Blown Studio creates a relaxing environment where residents and visitors can enjoy locally roasted coffee drinks, pastries, snacks and a variety of cold drinks. Beer and wine are also available. Enjoy the beautiful Black Hills and the charm of Deadwood while watching hand crafted glass sculptors being created. Our Studio, Mind Blown Studio, specializes in the art of hot glass blowing. Visitors will see our local gaffer creating one of a kind glass pieces. Classes are available; no experience is needed. All pieces are for sale and shipping is offered.
After reading the reviews, I wanted to love the charm and food here.
Pros-free parking and a super friendly counter attendant.
Cons-reading it was a deli, I was expecting to be able to get a cold cut type sandwich. They have a very small menu that only has breakfast type sandwiches or a hot dog. Given that I already told the attendant I was starving, felt obligated to order something.
Ended up with the bacon, egg and cheese sandwich on a bagel and an iced coffee. The bagel was soft but nothing outside a supermarket purchased one
I asked for super crispy bacon which I got...kind of.
I thought I would find the inside charming but instead it was a lot of clutter.
Might be a great breakfast stop but with so many other choices in downtown, I would reconsider for lunch.
4.5 based on 228 reviews
For Chip, it all started with her mom’s kitchen and dreams of chocolate. Even as a little girl, she was busy concocting mouthwatering chocolate treats and desserts. Since then, she’s honed her skills and become even more passionate about creating delectably delicious confections. Her sunny kitchen, located in historic Deadwood, South Dakota, is where her chocolate dreams come true every day. Each treat is an original creation, and each promises to make you swoon and sway with delight. The secret? Chip makes her truffles, toffee, and caramel with butter and love, the ingredients that make for the most sigh-worthy desserts. So next time you’re visiting Deadwood, make sure to stop into Chubby Chipmunk Hand-Dipped Chocolate Shop. This magical little confectionery promises to satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth -- grown-ups and children alike.
The Black Hills are chock-full of places to get candy and other treats, but if you're in the Lead/Deadwood area, this little spot is worth a stop. Friendly staff! When they're not open, there's a fun little vending machine.Not sure how I missed your review but want to give you a belated thanks for taking the time to write. We try hard to make everyone happy!
4.5 based on 685 reviews
Casual Elegance at an Amazing Price.
the owner of full throttle saloon in Sturgis was there... the dude is full of himself..i felt sorry for the wait staff to serve him and his group.. treated them with rudeness and what talk......
4.5 based on 303 reviews
Lewie's was recommended and we were not disappointed. Service and food was very good. The menu was a little limited but enough choices to satisfy your appetite. Would go again and will add my recommend stopping at Lewie's.
4.5 based on 104 reviews
Restaurant will be temporarily be CLOSED beginning January 28, 2018 and will REOPEN May 1, 2018.<br>Meals include salad, bread with oil and vinegar for dipping, and spumoni ice cream. The meat sauce is a signature sauce made fresh in house. This restaurant is locally owned and operated. It is named in honor of the family patriarch, Harry Daniels, a long time Deadwood business man. Additional desserts and dinner specials are available. Casual dress.
We went here to try their pasta and glad we did. The staff is friendly and kind. The restaurant is off the,main tourist street but worth the walk.Thank you! We are glad you made the short walk as well. We find folks enjoy getting off the main street away from the gaming for a change.
3.5 based on 7 reviews
Rather newly opened, this little cafe on the main Lead street has a blackboard menu with about 4 or 5 sandwich choices at reasonable prices. All the choices are named after family members. We shared the Olive, which was Turkey with some interesting insides (grated radish with a kind of aioli sauce). A bag of chips and some pickles included. Bread was good but no choice. I thought they said they did their own baked goods. My husband grabbed a cookie to finish off our lunch and, really, it was pretty bad, kinda stale tasting. Drinks but no glasses for them. Seems as if they are still getting their act together. But, it's not a chain and we appreciated eating in a locally-owned business. Photos of great-grandmas and other relatives lined the walls.
4.5 based on 691 reviews
Looking for a great meal with great service for a reasonable price at a Deadwood restaurant? Look no further than Mavericks in the Gold Dust Casino! Enjoy fantastic food and an awesome atmosphere. Originally from Aberdeen, SD, South Dakota’s famous Mavericks Steaks & Cocktails restaurant is also at the Gold Dust Casino in Deadwood. Mavericks legendary steaks, ribs, and BBQ are a great addition to the Gold Dust Casino property. Since opening our doors in October of 1999 in Aberdeen, Mavericks Steaks & Cocktails has had the pleasure of entertaining thousands of guests who come back time and time again to enjoy the outstanding entrees and superb service that Mavericks provides. And now you can enjoy that same legendary food and service at our Deadwood restaurant. Our recipe for success is simple: provide a clean, casual restaurant environment with impeccable food and service and you will have the best steakhouse in town…just ask our patrons! Mavericks Steaks & Cocktails offers lunch and dinner daily from 11am. Select menu items include our signature fall-off-the-bone BBQ Ribs,Angus Top Sirloin Steak, and Chicken and Broccoli Alfredo, all at great prices and served by the best staff in town! Served until 10pm Sunday thru Thursday, and Midnight Friday and Saturday. Delicious food with a full bar. To accompany your dinner, Mavericks offers a wide selection of domestic and imported beer and wine and a full bar stocked with your favorite liquors. Adventurous souls will enjoy our World Famous Hairy Buffalo from the bar. We also have 16 beers on tap, something sure everyone.
Located above Gold Dust Casino. Sirloin steak awesome, great angus burgers & fries (try cajun seasoning), tasty rolls with honey butter, and yummy garlic mashed potatoes. kids meals $4.50 and good choices. Someone in our party had a pasta dish and liked it a lot. Great selection of draft beers & mixed cocktails. Reasonable prices on food & drinks. Service (Jill) was awesome. Neat decor in dining area and my kids loved the bathroom sink! All in all, the best meal we have had in Deadwood. You also get 10% of your meal in free play for Gold Dust casino slots....which we used and won $16! Loved this place, we will be back!
4.5 based on 137 reviews
Visited today for a late lunch. Service was friendly & attentive. We ordered Cuban sandwiches, Cowboy Reuben, Bratwurst “Burger” and House made chips with wine & beer. Everyone loved their food, especially the bratwurst with Swiss cheese, sauerkraut & spicy mustard! While waiting each one of us experienced eye burning due to what we assumed was the lack of proper ventilation in the kitchen. Also, for being a new building, the restrooms could use a good cleaning, a toilet paper holder, toilet paper and functioning paper towel dispensers. Will return in the near future and hope these concerns will be addressed.
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