My husband and I came here for dinner. We both ordered pasta, which was good. Large wine list and waitress was great. Bartender very friendly and knowledgeable about the area and its history. Clean and inviting.
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Given that you're in Deadwood, upscale dining may not be your expectation. The Deadwood Social Club is the nearest approach to "fine dining," and it's not particularly expensive. The six of us ate well, and had space around us, even though the restaurant was packed...More
We arrived just after closing time at another restaurant in Deadwood so we went to The Deadwood Social Club instead and am I glad we did. It was not easy to find at night since the entrance is a single door at 675 Main Street....More
Stopped in for lunch. Ordered 2 burgers (classic & barnyard). Both overcooked. For the Barnyard the the fired egg was way overcooked (dried out) and for the fried onions I received an onion ring. Are you kidding me! Total disappointment! Sorry cannot recommend.
Wonderful dishes that filled me up. I wanted more but wanted to save room for the cheesecake. Efficient and friendly staff! Yum Yum
Deadwood has been taken over by casinos & it'd hard to find a place to eat where you can talk above the noise of the slot machines. This place, on the second floor above the old #10, is a good option. Good sandwiches and a...More
Taking the advise of TripAdvisor contributors, we lunched on a September Friday at the Deadwood Social Club. Maybe it was just a bad day for the restaurant all the way around, because we did not have a 4 or 5 star experience. Long flight of...More