The Alpine Inn has been noted in several national & international publications for its friendly, homey atmosphere steeped in mellow old world charm and its delicious meals. The luncheon menu boasts both ethnic European and contemporary dishes. The famous streamlined evening menu features filet mignon and homemade desserts that are just as aesthetically pleasing to the eye as the pallet! Built in 1886, this historic landmark, with its reputation for fine dining, became the showplace of Hill City. Family owned & operated for over 3 decades, the Alpine Inn carries on this tradition of fine dining.On the corner of Elm & Main Street in the heart of the Black Hills Stands this majestic portal to the past. We strive to make your visit to our corner of the world a pleasant memory. It is our hope that you experience all of the warmth & charm that emanates from this cherished landmark in Hill City, SD. If walls could talk, ours could tell you stories that even Hollywood could not match. Isn’t about time that you’ve come and added your story to these walls? We are centrally located in Hill City, SD which is in the southern Black Hills. We are 9 miles from Mount Rushmore, 14 miles from the Crazy Horse Monument, and 26 miles from Rapid city, SD. From Rapid City, take Highway 16 south past Rockerville and Keystone. Highway 16 comes right through Hill City. Once you pass the gas station, we will be on your right at the end of the block. You can’t miss us!
Worth the wait!
Depending on the time of year, it can be a long wait to get a table, but it's totally worth it if you aren't in a hurry. Put your name in and walk up and down the street and check out all the shops. If you love steak, you will love the Alpine Inn! I think they may have vegetarian options, but we are all meat eaters in my family so I'm not really sure! Your dinner choices are small or large filet mignon, comes with baked potato and hunk of lettuce with the best ranch dressing.
You are going to be full, but don't skip dessert, trust me, you NEED to get dessert!