On the second floor of historic Saloon No. 10, this warm restaurant surrounds you with wood and old-time photographs of Deadwood. Light jazz and blues play over the sound system. The decor is Western, but the food is northern Italian, a juxtaposition that keeps patrons coming back. The menu stretches from wild mushroom pasta with seafood to chicken in a lemon-butter sauce, as well as elk, buffalo, and melt-in-your-mouth rib-eye steaks. The wine list has nearly 200 selections.
Reservations are a good idea.