Walk in the footsteps of historic Old West legends like Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and Seth Bullock. This 1870s gold rush town became a National Historic Landmark in 1961. Today, it teems with Black Hills entertainment and things to do including concerts, casinos, museums, historic sites, spas and parades.



658 Main St. Deadwood, SD 57732

The Buffalo Bodega Gaming Complex is a full service casino with gaming, dining, beverages, and live entertainment every Friday and Saturday night . The complex blends the old with the new having a bar since 1877 and a remodeled lounge just a few years old. Located on Main Street the Buffalo Bodega Gaming Complex is in the middle of all the action. From the front door you can see gunfights, bands, street festivals, parades, and more, while gaming in a very unique setting.



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634 Main St. Deadwood, SD 57732

Mustang Sally's is a casino, sports bar, and restaurant serving up the best burgers in town. This is a hamburger and fries kinda place, the best in Deadwood. Family friendly. During the summer they have seating outside, during big events in Deadwood this is the best place to sit and enjoy yourself. They do get extremely busy during certain time but it is worth the wait. Have always had a good service and reasonable prices.




Bullock Hotel

633 Main Street Deadwood, SD 57732

Bully’s, located in the Bullock Hotel, is named for Seth Bullock’s lifelong friend, Teddy Roosevelt. This intimate restaurant features a beautiful large fireplace that is typical of the 1895 period and decorated with “potter’s tiles” and carved woodwork. Emerald Green walls play host to several period artwork pieces.




Hickok's Hotel & Gaming

685 Main Street Deadwood, SD 57732

When in Historic Deadwood, why not spend a night in a Grand Historic Hotel? Now totally renovated, today Hickok's boasts of twenty two beautifully restored hotel rooms and suites; and an award winning pizza pub. Historic preservation experts often point to Hickok's Hotel and Casino as a great example of Deadwood's continuing historic preservation and restoration effort.




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