Black Hills Burger and Bun Co
29 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4
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Our favorite local spot to eat and voted the 'Best Burger' in the nation! All home-made, great atmosphere and friendly folks. You'll love it!
located in Custer (45 mins away), award winning burgers, check open hours before going $
This burger joint in downtown Custer was voted best burgers in the US by TripAdvisor in 2014. They are so popular that there's often up to an hour wait in the summer, but totally worth it!
This place is yummy! Is very popular, so sometimes has a wait. In Custer so a bit of a drive. Closed on Sundays.
"best" burgers in South Dakota. Rated top 10 in US. You won't regret it. They moved to a different location, nearby. I recommend the "Hot Granny"
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