Had good biscuits and gravy. Great steak and eggs. Bacon was nice and smoky. Coffee taste good. Service nice. Fresh donuts.
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This place is rated well in tripadvisor. I stayed in Lead and did not want to drive into Deadwood. Decided to try this place. Very busy so the wait was about fifteen minutes. Little slow on the menu. Coffee is easy to greet a guest...More
Had several breakfasts there during our stay at the adjacent hotel. Tried several things on the menu , and without exception all were excellent. Pancakes were great and sourdough toast was a very tasty part of egg dishes we had. Staff (especially David) wwere attentive,...More
Dining options are a bit limited on Sunday mornings in and around Deadwood. We chose Creekside because it was the only restaurant that was opened that wasn't also a saloon. I had the gulch omelet with toast. It was good though toast could have been...More
My restaurant stars are awarded on what is available in a particular area. I do not compare a small diner to the Waldorf Astoria. Six of us stopped here for lunch. It was a pleasant, early May day and we opted to sit out back,...More
Not only did they have a wonderful staff, but the restaurant also housed a bakery, liquor store, and convention center.. (the sunflower bread was amazing)
Immediately liked it when we walked in, great atmosphere with fireplace and friendly staff greeting us. David the waiter was exceptional, interacted so well that it made things fun. The service and food were fantastic. Lots of options, great desserts. Only wish there was a...More
The Ribeye is to die for. Everytime we have eaten here it was great. Very good food anything you order. The rolls in the morning are wonderful but you need to get there early to get any.
A few steps away from the hotel, warmly greeted each time we went in by the host, Quick service, great prices, Bakery item look great, the cupcakes were awesome, Took some home on the bus to treat my fellow travelers. Wifi in restaurant worked well...More