Ok, believe it or not, in 2002, we were driving through North Dakota on US 85. All of a sudden, out of nowhere, was this bar called "Club 85." We decided to go in. We were the only ones in there. We sat down, had a beer, chatted with the bartender. About 5 minutes later, another couple comes in. They sit down for about five minutes,. got up, and left! Other than them, we were the only ones there! We felt a little sorry for the bartender, so we left him a good tip and left. This isn't a very good picture, but we took it before we went digital...
Dress Code: It doesn't matter, really...9 1/2 times out of 10, you will be the only ones there anyway.......
I like 'Borrowed Bucks Roadhouse'. It's fun, great place to go out with friends and get some drinks. Or even just a soda and sit and enjoy the music, dancing, and having some laughs.
Great place to get out and have some fun. Dance the night away and just let loose and enjoy yourself.
Dress Code: ANYTHING! You'll see all kinds of people and clothes there!!!
Janestown ND is great. You go to this little bar and everyone is drinking and talking and having a good time. Then the fun begins when one guy jumps up on the bar and shouts 'I bet I can whip any man in this place' then it gets nice and quiet until you hear one voice go 'Wanna bet?'
Has Beens is just a place to sit, relax and have a drink (or more) in a comfortable, casual atmosphere. the rum and coke was good, the people friendly enough and the staff was fine too.
Dress Code: Casual is the norm.
Sometimes when I travel I like to stop at various VFW posts in these small towns. Almost every time I have gone in one I found fellow vets ready to make new friends. This post was no different. The only problem is that my fellow vets tend to start buying me drinks and I end up drinking too many rum and cokes.
Dress Code: VFW hats, patriotic T-shirts, etc
The Long Haul Saloon, Casino & Sports Bar has a lot to offer. They sometimes have live music, there are large screen TVs tuned to various sporting events, they offer blackjack and pulltabs, there are pool tables and dart boards, they have a juke box for when the music isn't live, and of course various types of alcohol. The staff was efficient and friendly. My waitress was quite cute and the rum and coke was strong. The saloon was even right across the street from my hotel. What more could I ask for? They have a "full roadhouse cafe menu".
Open from 9 AM to 2 AM daily. Happy hour from 4 PM to 7 PM.
Dress Code: Casual will do.
This is a saloon style place that serves food and drinks. I did not eat here and am not sure what type food they serve. I think it is typical bar and grill fare. The rum and coke was fine. So far, this is my favorite bar in North Dakota.
Dress Code: Casual cowboy attire is most common. Jeans and a T-shirt is fine.
With a Hilton Garden Inn you know that you will get the same clean hotel, same basic layout, and...more
I have stayed at every spot in Bismarck and this is the cleanest. Has a few work-out machines, small...more
2837 S 42nd Street, Grand Forks, North Dakota, 58201, United States
Good for: Solo