Not many places in town yo have a beer. This is the one to go to. Not associated with the monopoly so everything is more organized. Have bands on weekends during summer, food decent.
Always stop here when visiting Medora. The food is good, but service was a little slow, perhaps because we visited at the end of August and the college kids who work in this resort town were probably already headed back to school.
This was not a great restaurant, but your choices are limited, especially off season. We did find a local microbrew we really liked and our waiter was super friendly and service good, but during the season I bet it is not. We tried the batter fried green beans, but like most batter fried vegetables the batter is overwhelming. I had... More
It was the only place open in late September (other than pizza) - we were told it would take an hour to get food service, so we had a drink and headed back to our room. Food around us looked good and the staff was hustling!
I had the chicken quesadillas, which were very good, but the local food that my boyfriend ordered (such as the bison burger) was very disappointing. It was a very small frozen patty that tasted dried out. The local beer was good, and the atmosphere was fun, but a bit cheesy.
Boots has the feel of a real cowboy bar and restaurant. It had mostly steak and potatoes types of food but it did offer Walleye. It was the best place we ate in Medora and certainly the most interesting. Prices were reasonable.
Great menu selections and large portions. A spacious restaurant with casual atmosphere. The food was great, and prices were reasonable. Would definitely return.
For a resort area, the pricing was quite fair. They had more than just the usual brands of beer on tap. Very good, too. In two days, we had burgers, fries, sweet potato fries, onion rings, and even fried chicken gizzards. All very good.
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