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lilinjun | Aug 13, 201505:07 PM     22

Need your guys' help with this one. My husband's 85 yr old grandmother is coming to visit for the first (and likely only time).

I'd like to take her our to one or two nice meals, in order to see some nice sights of SD. She tends to prefer classic Americana food (maybe Italian, nothing spicy or too exotic) but tends to grumble about any place too pricey (even if she's not paying). Think entrees less than $15?

There's more visitors than just her, and the rest of them would prefer to avoid chain type restaurants, so I'm struggling to find a middle ground.

I'm thinking places along the lines of Tender Greens...and that's all I have so far. Help!

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