It is a neat place to stop and look at what they have. The food was good and the people very friendly.
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We try to plan our rides around the Boondocks so that we can fill with some high octane fuel. The ice cream is decent, not the best, but ok. Walking through the antiques and memorabilia is interesting for some.
This place takes you back in time to an era when the pace was a little slower. It is like stepping into a time machine set to the 50's. There is an old arcade, a diner, a little gift shop, and a lot of vintage...More
To begin with: it's not a restaurant, I don't know why Tripadvisor thinks it is. Yes, there is a diner, but that's not the point. There is a free museum, a Studebaker collection and a large amount of 50's memorabilia. Located about 10 mls South...More
A quaint road side attraction. If you're going to stop for lunch, why not. A real nostalgic 1950's diner, some lovely looking cars, and possibly the ugliest statue of Marilyn Munroe I have ever seen. It would have been nice to have someone explain "why"....More
We tried for supper after reading the reviews but the dining room was closed. The gal at the lunch counter said it was really hot in there. (This was 5:30 on a Thursday night and we were the only people there). The only option was...More
We honestly didn't stop here too long, so this review might not help anyone. We drove by it on the way to Deadwood, SD. We pulled in to take some pictures, but because we were on a time crunch, we kept driving. In hindsight, we...More
We stopped here on our way to Deadwood. The guy that served us in the diner was great. Very friendly and personable. The food was good, and when we ate in the diner it felt like we were in the 50's. From there we went...More
We stopped here for dinner on the way back to Deadwood from Mt. Rushmore. That's the road it's on in the middle of no where .... Starting with the food - the girl cooking did and awesome job great burgers, dogs, fries, onion rings and...More
Wow-it's a crazy sight. A carnival, 50s diner, midway (arcade/carnival games), and collector's/toy shop nestled in a beautiful forest in South Dakota. Quite refreshing as they have plenty of grub and alcoholic and non-alcoholic cold beverages. Really stopped just for the restroom but the classic...More