“reputation for fine dining”
The staff of the Harney Peak Hotel, now the home of the Alpine Inn, has sought to accommodate its guests for more than a century. Built in 1886, this historical landmark, with its reputation for fine dining, became the showplace of Hill City. Family owned and operated for over two decades, the Alpine Inn carries on this tradition. This popular restaurant has been noted in national and international publications for its friendly, homey atmosphere steeped in mellow Old World Charm, and its delicious meals. The luncheon menu boast both ethnic European as well as contemporary dishes. The famous streamlined evening menu featuring Filet Mignon and the homemade desserts are as aesthetically pleasing to the eye as the palate! The second floor is supposedly haunted. People have experienced unexplained footsteps and voices, as well as lights being turned on and off.
The Alpine Inn is like the rest of the Black Hills: not the fanciest, but damn good. You absolutely have to go to the Alpine Inn if you're ever in the vicinity of Hill City. The menu's beauty is in it's simplicity -- you can choose between either a 6 or a 9 ounce filet (which also comes with a head of iceburg lettuce dunked in ranch dressing, toast, and a baked potato). Make sure there's room for dessert though, because the Alpine Inn's dessert menu features over 30 ice cream pies and other items, including the heavenly Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream Pie.
The Alpine Inn is always packed, especially during the weeks surrounding the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and peak summer vacation periods, so expect about an hour-long wait.
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