Find Your Favorite Drink at Deadwood Bars and Saloons
Deadwood bars and saloons were once infamous for their poker games, dancing girls and shootouts. Walk into one of these historic establishments today and you can still see the history—from sawdust on the floor to the original oak bar top and poker tables.
Do more than just wet your whistle. Deadwood bars and saloons are where you can dance to live music, find Karaoke and enjoy the fun and nightlife of Deadwood. Enjoy today’s favorite drinks with a little bit of yesterday’s lore.*Due to staffing and supply shortages, business hours and days of operation may change. Menu changes may also be necessary. Please check information directly with businesses. Internet sites like Google, Yelp, TripAdvisor and others often do not have the most up to date information. Thank you for understanding.
The Gold Dust 777 Lounge is located on the first floor of the Holiday Inn Express. The 777 Lounge is nestled in the Gold Dust casino.
Twenty beers on tap including IPA’s, small, local brewers & growlers. Extensive variety of high end whiskey. Weekend karoke.
Deadwood’s oldest saloon, a favorite haunt of Buffalo Bill Cody. Exciting weekend entertainment. Full bar! Entertainment: Bodgea Bar – Flex your pipes during Karaoke, every Friday and Saturday, 9pm to 1am.
Lunch and dinner served in an old west atmosphere. Great steaks, ribs, chicken, sandwiches, prime rib. Kids menu too!
Outdoor summer venue, featuring Deadwood’s legendary Yancey DeVeer show. Free admission, great sandwich menu. Spirits!
Enjoy spirits/beer/wine around our huge fireplace, accented by hand carved woodwork and “potters-tiles”. Take part in an intimate, elegant dining experience, featuring outstanding breakfast. Winter hours may vary.
Dale’s Sportsbook Bar & Grill Deadwood’s largest sportsbetting video wall! • Twelve 85” displays• Seven 65“ displaysWatch up to 19 games at once!PLUS!
Northern Italian steakhouse featuring savory Tuscan pastas as well as South Dakota Buffalo and Heritage Ranch Beef products.