Dickinson is a progressive city of more than 27,000 people and serves as a regional center for over 100,000. Strong incremental growth over the past decade has been fueled by a diverse economy and fed by new wealth from energy, agriculture and manufacturing. Dickinson is a destination city for entertainment, shopping and business services. World-class bird and big-game hunting complement hiking, biking and equestrian trails, making the area North Dakota’s playground.
Things to do in Dickinson
4.5 based on 40 reviews
Great location in a converted church, once frequented by Theodore Roosevelt (as a church that is). Seating both up front and at back. Also free wifi. A nice bit of quirkiness.
4.5 based on 144 reviews
First off, I asked to move to another table because we were sat directly behind a child who was squealing at the top of his lungs w/ his mother assisting in the squealing. I was given a dirty look byeour server, Milos, and the manager of the restaurant who went over to the squealers and apologized to THEM that I requested to move. GAWD!
2nd, the food was not good. I ordered chicken tempura which had more coating that chicken. I wondered if it was real chicken or mechanically separated cut 'chicken' pieces since they were perfectly squared off. My husband had the seafood tempura which he said was just fine.
Dining atmosphere was terrible as we sat in a back room off the main dining area.
4.5 based on 79 reviews
Stopped here while traveling based on TA reviews and liking to eat at special local restaurants. This had to have been the best lunch ever. My husband and I both had the French dip and had to take half to-go since the portions are so large. All the sides were good but my particular favorite was the green bean and kale mix with plenty of bacon. It's a good sign when men are lined out the door to place their order. Definitely nothing fancy- just great food. Bought some summer sausage in the adjoining butcher shop but too full to give it a review!
5 based on 18 reviews
I was staying in Dickinson and wanted coffee and breakfast food for the road (drive down to Mt. Rushmore). This was a few blocks north of my hotel and is strikingly similar to Starbucks. Friendly service, good coffee, and good location. I was pleasantly surprised that they could mark my cup for a "free" one later in the day as I traveled south.
4 based on 149 reviews
We walked in to an old store type building in Dickinson's downtown, and was transported to another place and time. The restaurant was very clean and quaint. Our waitress, Jelisa took our order and suggested appetizer of Chizlet and Cheese which was spot on. My wife ordered Opah, which was a fish I have never heard of and was delicious. I ordered the Ribeye which was cooked to perfection. For dessert my wife got the last creme brulee which made with pumpkin spice and was fantastic, I got the cheesecake which was good, just not a good as the brulee. Dinner for two around 130 dollars and worth every penny. We will definitely be back and wish it was closer to home.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
You walk in and the place is clean, picked-up, decorated tastefully as you would expect a coffee place should. The staff is friendly without falseness, interactive, and funny. The coffee is NOT some over-roasted, over-priced brew but instead a delicacy.
To sum it up, it is Starbucks without the attitude and burned coffee.
4 based on 195 reviews
Phone: (701) 483-5380
I've only been here once, but I would definitely go back. Staff is professional and the food is quick and tasty. Not the best atmosphere, but it's comfortable.
4 based on 65 reviews
Family dining serving soups, sandwiches, and burgers.
Everything from service to the food was terrible. For your own safety do not go here. The people that wrote good reviews I'm pretty sure they were paid to say these things. YUCK!
4 based on 95 reviews
Family dining with a wide variety of menu choices. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
After a day exploring the national park we were in the mood for breakfast food. This one was exactly what we were looking for. We had the breakfast that featured four eggs, four pieces bacon, four pancakes & hash browns...so much food that we split it. Everything was delicious (yummy bacon). Great service, clean restaurant
3.5 based on 128 reviews
Players Sports Bar and Grill's goal is to provide great food prepared in-house, a wide assortment of beer, wine and spirits, with an emphasis on outstanding service, all provided in a family-friendly sports and entertainment centered environment. We have a wide variety of food that fits any appetite. Players is proud to be locally owned and operated in Dickinson North Dakota.
Went here for dinner and got seats quickly. There seemed to be a miscommunication as we sat there a while before a waitress came over. Ordered a beer and the special of the day. It was cut up steak with mashed potatoes, mushrooms and gravy....MoreThank you for taking the time to share your review. We are glad you enjoyed our food and we hope to see you again soon.
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