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Homemade sauce with our secret mix of seasonings. Dough made fresh each morning. Specialty meats and real mozzarella cheese. The sounds of crisp crust being cut into perfect bite-sized squares. That’s what you’ll find a Sammy’s Pizza kitchen. While working in the iron mines in the 1950′s, Sam Perrella learned about pizzas from war veterans who raved about them following their service in Italy. Eventually, he took a trip to Chicago to see what they were all about and how they were made. In 1954, after a great deal of experimentation and sauce recipe development, Sam and his wife, Louise, moved their small café in Keewatin to Hibbing, MN and Sammy’s Pizza was born.
10 North Main2.5 MILES AWAY
10 North Main offers an amazing selection of entrees and tapas, as well as craft cocktails. All of our menu items are prepared in-house, including our hand-cut steaks and amazing cheesecakes. Stop in and try a local favorite like our delicious Pheasant Strips or Wild Rice Soup, or find a new favorite like our Steak Tacos. Also check out our Silhouette Room, a cozy lounge overlooking the dining room. Enjoy the fireplace, and the distinctive modern surroundings with a custom martini or cocktail feature. Be sure to save room for a 10 North Main dessert such as crème brûlée or our seasonal cheesecake.
Ebeneezer’s Eatery & Irish Pub2.75 MILES AWAY
Ebeneezer's offers authentic Irish cuisine and local favorites in a relaxed family atmosphere. Enjoy our full bar and breakfast served all day!
Olive Garden4 MILES AWAY
Keeping with modern-day Italian traditions, we're expanding our menu to provide more choices, variety and better-for-you options. Our food is prepared with fresh ingredients presented simply with a focus on flavor and quality that is uniquely Italian. We also believe that life is better together and we know everyone is happiest when we're with family. Whether that's family by relation or by choice; traditional, blended or extended; neighbors, coworkers or teams; friends, groups or just "the gang." We love everyone like family. And, at Olive Garden this approach extends beyond our favorite dishes, promoting togetherness in everything we do.
Birding in Minot
The hobby of bird watching, or birding, has grown in North Dakota and the Minot area in the past few years. If you plan on adding birding to your vacation itinerary, then Hyatt House Minot is the place for you. We are located close to several different birding refuges around the city, and Minot plays host to North Dakota’s most sought-after avian species. From Yellow Rails and Le Conte’s Sparrows to Gray Partridges and Piping Plovers, guests at our hotel can add these rare finds and more to their watch lists. Audubon National Wildlife Refuge – 14,735 Acres, Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge - 19,500 Acres, J. Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge – 58,700 Acres, Lostwood National Wildlife Refuge – 5,577 Acres, Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge – 32,000 Acres.
Minot Air Force Base13.9 MILES AWAY
One of the Air Force’s best kept secrets, Minot Air Force Base is a historical installation in Ward County, North Dakota that has played a central role in the local community since the late 1950’s and continues this vital role to the present day. Home to two major wings, the 5th Bomb Wing and 91st Missile Wing, new recruits stationed with the host unit have found no better place than Minot for starting their careers and families.
Roosevelt Park Zoo4.3 MILES AWAY
The Roosevelt Park Zoo was established in 1920 with the first animal being a male bison from Montana. The following year a bear den and zoological building were added to the zoo. During the 1940s through the 1960s, the zoo animal population greatly increased and the area started to look like a zoo.The flood of ’69 caused every bird and animal to be moved from the zoo which led to the redesign of the zoo grounds. The foot bridge, a feline house, and a new bear den were constructed. Throughout the following years to the present, additions of new animals, new exhibits and the participation in the Species Survival Program have greatly enhanced the zoo. The Roosevelt Park Zoo is Accredited by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums.
The Taube Museum of Art3.6 MILES AWAY
The Lillian and Coleman Taube Museum of Art, formerly known as the Minot Art Gallery is a public non-profit membership driven organization. The Minot Art Association, which was the founding organization, opened the Minot Art Gallery in 1970 by a group of patrons with the intent of creating an art gallery. In 2006 the Minot Art Association formally changed their name to the Lillian and Coleman Taube Museum of Art. The Minot Art Gallery was initially located in the Linha home on Hwy 83 North. It then moved to the Ward County Historical Society building located on the North Dakota State Fairgrounds east of Minot. In 1978 the Minot Art Gallery was relocated to another Ward County Historical Society building, the J.E. Harmon House, also located on the North Dakota State Fairgrounds. In 1997 the organization achieved their goal of securing a permanent location and the Minot Art Gallery moved to the historically renovated Union National Bank building located at 2 North Main.
HighAir Ground Trampoline Park2.9 MILES AWAY
Have family fun in Minot at HighAir Ground! HighAir Ground is a one-of-a-kind INDOOR entertainment experience focused on healthy, safe family fun and fitness. They offer unique youth activities, personal fitness, medical and therapeutic benefits and special events.
Railroad Museum of Minot2.5 MILES AWAY
Museum is dedicated to the railroad history and culture that established many of the state's cities. Displays and artifacts trace the vital impact of the railroads on the communities and the way of life the railroads provided for many individuals. The museum focuses on the time period from 1886 to present and has many hands on displays and information for visitors for all ages. Open on Saturdays.
Herb Parker Stadium17 MILES AWAY
Herb Parker Stadium is the home of the Minot State University Beaver football and women's soccer teams. Resting on the side of a hill on Minot's north side, the Stadium provides relief from the weather as well as a beautiful view of the city of Minot for all events.
North Dakota State Fair Center1.7 MILES AWAY
Formerly the All Seasons Arena, the ND State Fair Center is a multipurpose venue and the home rink of the Minot State Beavers hockey team and hosts many events and concerts in Minot throughout the year.
Nodak Speedway5.2 MILES AWAY
Off-road racetrack in Minot, North Dakota. Check their calendar for scheduled events and entertainment in Minot.
Splashdown Dakota Superslides4.2 MILES AWAY
North Dakotas Largest Indoor Waterpark~ Featuring 3 huge slides, 2 kiddie slides, 4 kiddie play features, 48 person hot tub, lap pool, and 40 game arcade.