This steak house, with a saloon and dance hall, was built in 1915. The building has rough-hewn walls, original wood floors, tin ceilings, and its still the local hangout for the ranching community who saunter in for the prime rib and latest local news. Photos of local cowboy celebrities who dined here line the walls. Steak and seafood are the kitchen's main focus, with prime rib a specialty. For dessert, the homemade peach and cherry cobbler is a must. There is a kids'
menu, and the premises are no smoking.
64 Central Ave. S, Killdeer, North Dakota, 58640, USA