Jacobs Brewhouse and Grocer opens in Deadwood, supporting local products
This business supports other small businesses in the items they use in their dishes served in the restaurant and the products they offer in the grocery store area.
DEADWOOD, S.D. — Jacobs Brewhouse and Grocer opened last month to offer a place not only for tourists but also locals to enjoy a spot to hangout and enjoy food and drinks year round.
Co-owner of the restaurant, Scott Jacobs, also owns the Scott Jacobs Art Gallery and this new location has been a dream of his family’s for over a year.
They offer a full restaurant, brew house, bakery, coffee shop, and gourmet grocery store using locally sourced, specialty items.
Jacobs said the idea for this location was inspired by visits to Napa Valley, California. The idea came to fruition rather quickly.
Jacobs says, “We [my wife and I] talked about baby steps ya know, lets start with a little gourmet grocery, where people can get charcuterie boards and eat, and then maybe we’ll do lunch and then maybe we’ll do dinner down the line, but we jumped in with both feet.”
Jacobs said that the feedback and support from the community has been amazing.
Jacobs also mentioned that one challenge they have is hiring employees, saying, “We’ve had some growing pains, like you would expect with a brand new business. We are having an issue trying to find employees a lot of people are either busy working other places or there is just not enough workforce in the area. I think that would be our biggest issue right now that we are having is – we need more help.”
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