Had a very good time here and the owner and staff were extremely nice. Drinks were reasonably priced and food was good.
My children just finished watching the shootout on Main Street and we ate here. We went around dinner time, and it felt perfectly fine for a restaurant. The buffalo-elk burger was delicious, but the steak tips were too salty. We ate downstairs knowing the reenactment of Wild Bill Hickok's death was starting soon. They picked volunteers from the audience, including... More
Had a very good dinner here. Unfortunately the bar is very touristy, so do not expect to find a shot of Old Overholt or other spirit from the time (unless they have changed in the past few years). Good place to have a meal and get a bit of feeling for the old town.
Make sure you stop by and see the history in Saloon No. 10 when you are in Deadwood. You can spend lots of time looking around at pictures and memorabilia from the old days. Service was good and beers were cold. If you can stop by during Cool Deadwood Nights it is packed with people from all over! Lots of... More
Always a lot of fun but the dance floor is very tiny for the amount of people that are usually in there. Waitresses are excellent and you rarely have to wait long for a drink.
My husband had been really looking forward to visiting Deadwood during our trip to the surrounding area. When we arrived in town, we were disappointed to find it was a very small area and not at all historic. More of a "tourist trap" type place. We visited Saloon #10 which is not even in the actual location where Wild Bill... More
Saloon No. 10 is a bar. I was leery about eating "bar food" in the atmosphere with my children. We knew there was a show at 3pm so we got a table right up front at 2pm and ordered lunch. They have a very limited number of items available to order in the bar. You can order from a full... More
Go and have a drink in this bar with saw dust on the floor and long wooden bar just like you see in westerns. They serve good beer and food, Actors reenact famous shootouts in the bar and also on the street. Great entertainment!!
Located on the main street (and possibly the original main street): this is an icon in American History. Who hasn't heard of Will Bill Hickok and his "Deadmans Hand"? Unfortunately, the original Saloon # 10 was located one block away, and was destroyed during a fire years ago. However, this is the original one to replace it. This saloon also... More
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