Reviews on Pub food in Sturgis, South Dakota, United States. Sturgis is a city in Meade County, South Dakota, United States. The population was 6,627 as of the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Meade County and is named after Union General Samuel D. Sturgis.
Things to do in Sturgis
The Fare Way Bistro is the creation of Chef Tom Kean. Promptly served breakfasts, signature sandwiches, soups, salads, and hot entrees will be offered at an affordable price. We offer a full service bar including liquor and wine. Chef Tom's intention is t
After driving through Sturgis we decided to enjoy a scenic and delicious lunch at the Fareway Cafe at the Boulder Canyon Country club golf course. I had a delicious chopped salad with ham, turkey and cheese and my husband had Kelly's Karma sandwich which he said was delicious! Recommend this scenic spot!
3 based on 25 reviews
Great outside venue. Great bar staff and the regular outdoor band is excellent. Have and will return!
3 based on 32 reviews
We stopped here for lunch during the rally. And it wasnât bad, but I probably wouldnât go back!It was a Saturday but it was mid-afternoon so the seating area wasnât that busy. But our service frankly was terrible. It was slow!! Slow to take a drink order, slow to take our food order, and it took forever for food to arrive. And when it did, it was the wrong food!!! So we had to wait even longer for some food to be remade. And forget getting a drink refill. The service was REALLY bad. Which is too bad because it was a nice break from the heat and the food was decent. But for me, it doesnât matter if itâs the best thing Iâve ever eaten. If the service sucks, I wonât go back. There are plenty of places to eat in Sturgis. Go someplace else.
3 based on 47 reviews
I asked for beer flights at the bar. The jerk bartender snickered, pointed up to the beer listings and rudely stated "you get four." Horrible attitude. Will not be back.
4 based on 29 reviews
Great addition to the Sturgis venues. Of course, for me, the best part was seeing staff from the Little Beaver Bar in Murrell's Inlet, SC... specifically, Rosa. The venue is rather large, so you never feel crowded, despite attendance. Great music, and prices were significantly lower than other locations! $2 beers. Can't beat that!
This joint has been around since I can ever remember,and that's coming on four decades of attending.A fine local bar,nice and cool inside and darn cold beer!Perfect!!Never tried the foodAlways a must stop when I hit the rally
4 based on 116 reviews
The world famous Iron Horse Saloon(R), a major destination for bikers in Daytona Beach, FL for more than 30 years, brings its unique brand to Sturgis, South Dakota. Featuring a world class restaurant, known for its great food and hospitality, this prime S
This is one of the dominant buildings in Sturgis which we visited. Some excellent music going on and the walkways overlooking the street activity wee superb. Already advised not to eat there by friends so wonât comment but we had drinks with great music and atmosphere so enjoyed our visit from that point of view and plenty of tourist related items to buy
4 based on 153 reviews
Visited again while we were in Sturgis during rally. Great place to grab a drink and watch the sights. Lots of friendly beautiful servers in skimpy outfits, good music. Not a place for children. You can watch artist doing body painting, or you can just relax and enjoy a cool beverage. Will definitely stop in again next year, recommend a visit
4 based on 246 reviews
The Loud American Roadhouse in Downtown Sturgis is always bringing you the best in live entertainment and is Home of the Legendary steak Tip Dinner. We are the premier restaurant and live concert venue in the Black Hills during the Sturgis Rally and the w
The food here is very good. Unfortunately the service is very slow. We were there during the afternoon and the place was not busy, but the waitress would never come back to refill drinks. Our food sat in the window till we found someone to get it for us.
4 based on 428 reviews
We stopped here on our way to the Badlands to have lunch and see the infamous Sturgis. Honestly werenât really expecting much, but wow was it great! We each got the half pound knuckle sandwich (burgers), DH had fries with his and I upgraded to the onion rings. Everything was cooked perfectly as we asked and sooo tasty, and our server was friendly and attentive. We are so glad we stopped! Walked next door to the trading post and got some T-shirtâs too.
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