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BATTLE OF THE EATS

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Here's a look at all of our features on small-town restaurants in our region.
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An all-in-one automotive repair shop, convenience store, campground, restaurant and bar holds the heart of its community.
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“This is a special place to me, and I never want to see Lake Andes without a good restaurant in town. I definitely missed it all,” Cindy Mengenhauser said of The Inside Scoop.
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From prime rib to chicken fried steak, hearty food always on the menu
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Customers love the noon specials during the week and the home-made taste to everything that exits the kitchen, as well as the relaxed feel and remarkable wait-staff.
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The Kjellsens started off with borrowed equipment, making food for events across the Midwest, including the Sturgis motorcycle rally and a lot of powwows (Kjellsen is an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation in Wisconsin).

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“We’re not a restaurant. We’re not a bar. We’re just completely different and it’s something unique, that our customers are getting something they’re not getting anywhere else,” Lisa Schoenfelder said.
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“We love our customers like family,” said Shirley Enfield, the 88-year-old Letcher native who runs Buckshot's with her daughter, Angie
“We keep it simple but make sure we are cooking food that’s done right and people like,” said owner Deb Jacobsen.

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