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.
Mustang Sally’s is a ports bar and grill, with the best burgers in town.
Home of the “Worlds’ Best Bloody Mary”! (Just ask us). Hours: Monday: Closed Tuesday – Thursday: 9 a.m. – Midnight Friday & Saturday: 8 a.m. – 2 a.m.
The Lodge at Deadwood offer two on-site dining choices; the Deadwood Grille and Oggie’s Sports Bar & Emporium.
Featured on the Travel Channel, Discovery & History Channel.
Located inside Tin Lizzie Gaming Resort, Paddy O’Neill’s features Deadwood’s largest selection of craft beer, 48 fine whiskeys, a wide wine selection and specialty drinks.
The Old Style Style Saloon #10 is a living museum and the #1 spot to party in Deadwood, South Dakota. You’ll have more fun than Wild Bill Hickok did!
Santana’s Sports Bar & Grill & the Patron Patio Santana’s, located on the casino level of Deadwood Mountain Grand is named for Santana the Macaw, who has been a fixture
You gotta see this place. Casual dining in a unique atmosphere. The longest bar in Sturgis. Locally owned, open year round.
9:30 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. Nickel, quarter and dollar slots. Full liquor license.