The dining is fine, yet informal, at Deadwood Mountain Grand.
You can have a light lunch or a moonlit dinner on the Aught 6 Grille's deck overlooking Whitewood Creek. Or you can sit down inside to enjoy a quiet dinner of slow-roasted prime rib, fresh walleye or baked ziti -- accompanied by one of the nearly 60 wines on our extensive wine list.
Cool your heels next door in the Slime Plant Bar & Lounge. We have entertainment every night, and the menu includes tasty appetizers, salads and a nice variety of pizzas. Wash it all down with a cool Mother Lode Margarita or a couple of the ever-popular Slimeball Shots.
And if that's not cool enough, head upstairs to Bill's Backstage Bar, next to the Deadwood Mountain Grand entertainment stage. It's open evenings when we're not putting on a concert. And Bill's deck offers a sweeping view of Deadwood and the surrounding Black Hills. There's no better place in Deadwood to sip a drink and look out over this historic town.
Where ever you dine, your surroundings will be grand. Deadwood Mountain Grand's dining room, lounges and decks are all comfortable and airy. The Aught 6 Grille has high ceilings and an open design, a touch of elegance to complement the neon-lit excitement of the Slime Plant Bar & Lounge.
There's no better place to dine, play or kick up your heels than Deadwood Mountain Grand.
Named for the 1906 Homestake gold mill in which the Deadwood Mountain Grand resides, the Aught Six Grille provides an upscale dining experience for visitors. Whether you’re looking for a light lunch or an elegant dinner, Aught Six delivers both options. The restaurant has an outdoor dining patio above Whitewood Creek available during the summer months, with views of Deadwood’s historic city center. Monday through Sunday lunch starts at 11 a.m.