Bay Leaf Café Motor CoachThank you for considering the Bay Leaf Café for your group's meal. We will have the Carriage Room ready for your group and Taffy will step on your coach to welcome you upon arrival. The tables will be preset with water, linen, flatware and condiments. The lunch and dinner meals will be served by staff. Breakfast will be served at a walk through line in the main dining room of the Bay Leaf Café. The Bay Leaf building was built in 1892 as the Queen City Hotel. The Carriage Room is in the Arts and Crafts style with an antique fireplace surround and collectables.
The beverage of soda, coffee, iced or hot tea is included in the meal price. Wine or domestic beer can be added to your or your guests can purchase wine or beer. Of course, we comp the driver and escort.
You can reach Taffy at cell phone 605-645-5462 until December 1, 2009 and after April 1, 2010. Taffy is available by email at .
You can reach Phyllis Fleming at any time at 605-580-5313 and you can reach French at any time at the Bay Leaf 605-642-5462 ext. 3.
Guides to Go
Bay Leaf Café also offers receptive tour services.The Bay Leaf Café's Guides to Go service can set up an itinerary, arrange transportation and provide the step on guide who will tell you the history of the Black Hills from the eyes of someone who lives here and loves these Hills.
From family reunions, out of town wedding parties, class reunions, or just a group of friends getting together let Guides to Go take the stress out of your planning. Brides have enough to do without worrying about entertaining out of town guests who have traveled a long way to help them celebrate but have a day or two on their own.
How about a day trip to Mt. Rushmore and Crazy Horse with a picnic lunch from the Bay Leaf Café? Or possibly a morning spent in Hill City's great art galleries and a picnic overlooking Pactola Lake, a pristine mountain lake with stunning views. We can take a drive through Spearfish Canyon, a scenic byway just east of Spearfish where wild trout thrive in the creek and deer, elk and mountain goats can be seen and the scenic waterfalls run year round. The winter scene from the movie Dances with Wolves was filmed in Spearfish Canyon and at times you can still feel the presence of those ghosts from the past. Whatever time you have let us help plan the adventures for you and your family or friends.