While in Bismark North Dakota checking our their State Capitol Building, we ate at a few restaurants that were out of this world! I will start with the our favorite Bismark food place – Space Aliens Grill & Bar, where Earthlings are welcome. We walked in and immediately felt like we were in a different galaxy. The décor features a 30-foot-high domed ceiling that displays a view of outer space. A force field of alien sculptures in the dining room, bar and arcade, showcase a variety of extraterrestrial settings and distinct personalities, encouraging each earthling to relax and enjoy the moment. It was a great atmosphere, lol.
Gene had the Bar-B-Que ribs which he really enjoyed a lot. I was going to try a steak but ended up trying the Whiskey Bourbon Chicken. It sounded good and tasted even better! It was definitely the best meal I had our whole trip to North and South Dakota. I am disappointed that they don’t have one closer to the Denver area. They are only in North Dakota, and Minnesota. Maybe someday they will venture down this way.
After we ate, we walked around and stopped in the bar for a bit. It is really a cute little restaurant, and the staff was very friendly. I even talked to the manager and told him how much we enjoyed our visit, and that as Earthlings, we felt very welcomed, lol. I will definitely go again if we are back in Bismark one day.
1304 E Century Avenue
Dining Room 11:00am – 10:30pm
Bar 11:00am – 11:00pm
Friday & Saturday
Dining Room 11:00am – 11:00pm
Bar 11:00am – 11:30pm
The first night we were in Bismark we ended up here and had a very nice surprise. They have a lot of German items on the menu, including their Fleischuechle. I wasn’t really in the mood for German food that night, but Gene enjoyed the Fleischuechle and the Knoephia soup. He seemed to really enjoy both. I was feeling breakfast and had the bacon and eggs which were extremely good. Sadly we didn’t make it back there before we left, but I have to say we enjoyed our meal and our server was very nice and answered a few questions about the local area, including how to get to the Bismark State Capitol which was on the agenda for the next day. We would love to go back the next time we are in the area.
2505 State St
Daily 7 am – 7:30 pm
We had lunch one day at this local Bismark food place and it was pretty good. I am not a huge fan of thick burgers, and theirs were thick. Gene liked his a lot though. He likes them like that and was very happy that he was able to get onion rings too. We both liked the fact that it was a non-chain burger place. We really like to try those independent places when we can. Even though I didn’t have an out-of-this-world experience, I would still recommend this place. Next time I might try something else. I am disappointed that we didn’t try a shake. They looked phenomenal. Next time 🙂
1825 N. 13th St.
Daily 11 am – 9 pm
Another fun Bismark food place is the Big Boy Restaurant. We grew up in California and I had many visits to the local Bob’s Big Boy when I was in high school. However, this one was way different than the one I use to go to. Mostly I guess it was because it is only a drive-through place and not a sit-down restaurant. They do have a pretty good menu though, from burgers to chicken, even some fish. They also have gravy on the menu which makes Gene happy cause he can make his own poutine, lol. We are glad we saw it and brought back some happy memories of growing up in California.
2511 E. Main Ave.
Daily 10:30 am – 9 pm
We were in Bismark in June 2015, and while we weren’t there very long, we had a nice time. It was fun exploring and enjoying a few new restaurants and some of the activities in the area. Definitely check these out Bismark food experiences when you are in the area. FREE!
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