Best Steakhouse in South Dakota, Neighboring States
Sioux Falls has several great steakhouses. You’ll know that by the lines to get in almost every evening. Thankfully, there’s a little thing called a bar to bide the time until the table is ready.
My wife and I tend ot hit the steakhouses that we’ve had a great experience at and other times we like to try something new.
If you’re up for a road trip to find the best steakhouses in the Midwest, according to Four-Square City, here you go:
South Dakota: Cattleman’s Club, Pierre
Prime rib is the specialty here and I definitely recommend it. The burgers are pretty great, too and don’t miss out on the chislic (a South Dakota delicacy). Taylor T. – Foursquare
Iowa: Feming’s, Des Moines
Amazing filet mignon. Also, get the berries and cream for dessert. They make homemade whipped cream with powdered sugar.” – Niki B. – Foursquare
Minnesota: The Strip Club, St. Paul
Go ahead, tell you wife you’re going to the Strip Club with the fellas. When you get to the restaurant you could order a raw steak for your new black eye. All kidding aside, customers ranked it #1. “One of my favorite restaurants in the cities. The bartenders are always really friendly and the food and drinks are second to none.” – Alex May – Foursquare
Nebraska: 801 Chop House, Omaha
Try the Tomahawk Bone-In Ribeye – A HUGE 32oz perfect, medium rare “Tomahawk” steak. The last in the house tonight! Jim Anderson – Foursquare
North Dakota: Longhorn Steakhouse, Minot
Locals will tell you to save room for their famous molten lava cake. “Best Food in Minot Hands Down! Staff is a class act. Restaurant is always packed so get here early. Steak was terrific! 14 oz Rancher‘s Sirloin– sauce on the side w/loaded potato.” Nicholas Huff – Foursquare
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