Food and Drink Staff Picks

What's for Dinner?
Black Hills Woman Magazine Staff Picks

It’s that dreaded age-old question, “What’s for dinner?”

Whether you cook or dine out, you may catch yourself eating the same dishes — or variation of the same dishes — over and over. Wouldn’t you like to try something new? We’ve done some prep work for you and scoured the Black Hills. We tried foods and drinks from local businesses to bring you our favorites. Try these fabulous dishes, we think they’re great!


The Stadium Sports Grill

Stadium Beef Tips... often imitated, never duplicated.

The Stadium Sports Grill

Spearfish & Belle Fourche

Stadium Beef Tips... often imitated, never duplicated. Cuts of tender beef marinated in the Stadium’s secret marinade, breaded and then deep fried to a golden brown. Served with Texas Toast and your choice of a side. You can also try them grilled!


Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

Caramel Apples

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

Spearfish & Belle Fourche

A caramel covered Granny Smith apple topped with a wide variety of different toppings, for example: English Toffee, Snickers, Peanuts, Pecans, Rocky Road and several more to choose from.


Slate Creek Grille

Pork Hawg Wings

Slate Creek Grille

Hill City

Pork Hawg Wings are a delicious gluten-free and all natural product made from the shank. They are slow cooked for hours to give a juicy and tender fall-off-the-bone consistency!


Fairmont Diner

Philly Sandwich

Fairmont Diner

Rapid City

Homemade roast beef, loaded with peppers, cheese and onions. Comes with side of potato and au jus for dipping.


Dixon Coffee

Lavender Milk

Dixon Coffee Co.

Rapid City

Dixon Coffee’s newest beverage. Indulge your taste-buds and relax with Lavender Milk.

South Dakota Beef Council

South Dakota Pork Council

Alpine Inn

Juniper Neighborhood Restaurant


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