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Will be in the area this weekend...any favorite places to eat where a guy could have a few cold ones too. Is Millbank a better place to go? Last year we hit the Matador and want to try something different this year..thanks for the help

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headwaters on main street in ortonville has ok burgers it all depends on whos working

milbank as the lantern inn i am not sure on the food it has been a while since i have been there.also there is a pretty new sports bar just as you come into town on hwy12. the 2 times i ate there the food was good only ate burgers

if you want to drive a little ways on the sd side of the lake there are 2 supper clubs.shady beach and sodak.sodak is the bettter of the 2 by far and my favorite friday night all you can eat shrimp and on sundays all you can eat ribs.not a big salad bar but the portions are huge.the matador has gone down hill in the last couple of years.

you could always drive to odessa club 7&75 always seems to have good food.but you know how it is you can always get a bad meal every now and agian no matter where you go. good luck

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Milbank has decent places. Check out RJ's BBQ in Milbank, it's a neat place and the food is to die for. I know people that drive over an hour on a weekly basis to get some of their good BBQ. Get there early, when the food is gone, they don't make any more for that night!! It's north of Milbank about a mile on Hwy 15.

Shennanigan's opened up this past year and is a great spot to watch sports in a comfortable setting.

The lantern has good food, but is overrated. I would recommend something on the lake as well, the supper clubs are always a good bet.

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