Sundance (Lakota: Owíwaŋyaŋg Wačhí; "Sun-Watching Dance") is a town in and the county seat of Crook County, Wyoming, United States. The population was 1,182 at the 2010 census. The town is named for the Sun Dance ceremony practiced by several Native American Indian tribes.
4 based on 247 reviews
The Longhorn Saloon & Grill is a family-friendly establishment which offers great food and cold drinks to locals and visitors of our beautiful mountain town. Enjoy the smoke-free western ambiance, watch your favorite team or other entertainment on one of eight television, or just relax and catch-up with friends. We offer the finest beers and liquors...Including 16 draft beers on tap and Wyoming Whiskey.
We were in Sundance two nights and ate dinner both evenings at Longhorn Saloon and Grill. It appears to be a favorite with the locals. They offer specials along with the regular menu. They have a good beer selection as well as Wyoming Whiskies. On our first night I had the special and my husband enjoyed the Devil's Tower Club. Both were very good. Our second night's meal was quite good as we enjoyed Steak Tip Salad and Asian Kickin' Chicken. Plenty of parking and attentive service.
4.5 based on 124 reviews
After Devils Tower, always ride the back roads to Sundance. Stop here for breakfast since we found it yrs ago. Always good food. Locals are always friendly and ask about the bikes and trip. Wait staff is very good and the cook knows what diner food should be. Try the Devils Tower. Biscuit and egg sandwich covered in sausage gravy. Don't need more than that.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
We stumbled on a lovely little gift shop that conjoins the Subway restaurant in this small town, which made a relaxing time during a day's drive. There is a florist business in the place, and all the picturesque soda shop tables have fresh flowers.
The Subway fresh food, with individual choice for what you want to throw onto your sandwich, is appealing any time. This meal had atmosphere in abundance, as well. The operator was really helpful and genial, also.
4 based on 38 reviews
We just came for ice creams But you can tell that this is the real ola cafeteria. Si tuviese que pasar nuevamente por aqui le daria la oportunidad a esta cocina
4 based on 18 reviews
Only choice for breakfast on weekends in Sundance. Higbees is far, far better, but is only open on weekdays. When this place was the Aro, the food was great. Our sausages were barely warm and the hash browns are frozen tater tots, not hash browns. Disappointing.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
THE TURF, is where the Locals, in Sundance, WY, go to have a Beer & a Burger, Relax & Converse...or You can have a more Fancy Dinner, elsewhere and drop in for a Refreshment afterwards. The Burgers here are Great, and the atmosphere is very laid-back; You can smoke here, and enjoy Yourself!! Friendly Folks, Fast-enough Service and All Kinds of New Friends to Meet!!!
4.5 based on 5 reviews
I was in Sundance for the Sturgis rally and heard advertisements for Cowgirl Pizza on KSKY 95.1. It was lunch time and I decided to stop for lunch. Food was really fresh and the customer service was great. Very worth the stop.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Excellent Barbecue food! My husband had the rack of ribs. I had the brisket sandwich. We usually put barbecue sauce all over but today the owners didn't have any made. To my surprise, the sauce was not at all needed. The meat fell right off the bones of the ribs and the brisket just melted in your mouth.
The meal is served with sides, depending on the owners choice of the day or your choice of chips along with bootle water. I would highly recommend this place. Enjoy talking to the owners while sitting on picnic tables, family style.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
We had tasty sandwiches here on a Thursday in June. My husband had the pulled pork sandwich and I had a spinach wrap with chicken. The atmosphere is interesting. In addition to the sandwiches, there was a good selection of coffee beverages (which we did not try), gourmet food gift-style items, and videos to rent. We had planned to have lunch at Higbee’s Café on our way back to Rapid City from Devils Tower but when we got there, found out they were closed that week for vacation. We had passed Wild West Expresso while walking from our parking spot to Higbee’s so decided to have lunch here which turned out to be a good decision.
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