Wagon Wheel Bar & Grill

115 Main St
Interior, 57750
Reviews:
Nice little bar, one of I think 3 places to eat in the area. Service was quick, even though not really warm. Had the cheese balls which were delicious, and the meat lovers pizza which was inedible (to me, my husband ended up eating the whole thing eventually). The beers were cold and the price for 3 beers, 2 orders of cheese balls, and the meat lovers pizza was $33 before tip.
Very pleasant waitstaff. They were out of or first drink choices, food very limited and ambience so -so.
Local flavor right down to the large, friendly Labrador Retriever, "Tractor," who happily greets you when you walk in. Super burger, friendly ambience. A wonderful little secret just south of the Badlands in what you think would be an unlikely place.

(605) 433-5527

American (Traditional), Bars

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Cedar Pass Lodge Cafe

1 Cedar St
Interior, 57750
Reviews:
Although not the fault of the restaurant itself, our experience here would have been better if it weren't for one loud-mouth diner who would not SHUT UP. The whole time we were there, he was trying to carry on conversations with other strangers in the cafe, from his own seat, 20 feet away. At 8 am, on a Sunday morning, during my vacation, the last thing I want to do is hear about your adventures in the Badlands, your opinion on gas prices, and who you know in Connecticut. Our food was okay. I had the breakfast burrito. It had nice flavor, though it was super greasy. My partner had the ham-and-cheese omelet. There were tons of ham cubes, and, although he liked it, it kind of grossed me out. I'm a fan of the super-thin, shaved variety. The service was fine, and our waitress was friendly.
The only way this place stays open is because it has no competition. Literally zero competition since it is at the end of the drive through the Badlands. After spending 4 hours exploring the Badlands (which were amazing!) you get hungry and this is the only option. After we waited for a table with no one working the hostess stand despite 4 groups waiting to be shown to tables, the waitress took order, forgot to bring our drinks, and we think she forgot to put in the order because it took over 40 minutes to be receive it. Clearly frozen, pre-packed food. The fry bread was yummy but everything else is a pass. I'd recommend somewhere else but there isn't anywhere else so plan ahead and pack a picnic!
Indian taco was totally up to the hype - it was delicious. Totally worth the wait. They were extra busy so we ordered the buffalo chili to start which came out right away. I didn't think I would finish both the chili and the taco but they were both so good I couldn't help myself. My only issue was other people were complaining they had to wait and were giving the hostess a hard time. I pointed out that we are all on vacation and to chill out and also it was not the hostess's fault. There isn't anything else around it so expect to wait and know that it is totally worth it and something you will always remember - eating awesome Indian Tacos in the Badlands - a highlight of my vacation.

(605) 443-5460

Cafes

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Wooden Knife

601 Sd Highway 44
Interior, 57750
Reviews:
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(605) 433-5463

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