By Denise DePaolo
The heavily industrial intersection of West 12th and Marion Road isn’t typically thought of as a Sioux Falls culinary destination. Mostly, I surmise, that’s because people have yet to try Pourhouse. Located in an unremarkable strip mall with parking lot construction, the façade is unassuming.
We decided to check it out for lunch on a Wednesday. Although it was noon, my party of five was seated immediately. The spacious interior has an upscale bar and grill vibe, with interesting architectural touches one would never expect, like industrial fans built into weathered-looking brick walls and heavy, exposed wooden beams. The full, horseshoe-shaped bar is the room’s focal point. It’s surrounded by dark wooden tables and cozy booths.
Our server was very attentive, bringing drinks out right away and taking our appetizer order promptly. We decided to try out the Italian Nachos and the Fondue. Both arrived no more than ten minutes later.
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