Xanterra Parks & Resorts has opened a $1.9 million renovation of its foodservice facilities at Mt. Rushmore National Memorial

Xanterra Parks & Resorts has opened a $1.9 million renovation of its foodservice facilities at Mt. Rushmore National Memorial. The onsite restaurant, formerly called the Buffalo Dining Room, has been reconfigured into an upscale food court style café with an exposed kitchen that allows guests to watch the preparation of made-to-order, fresh food. Now called the "Carvers Café," the 300-seat restaurant includes stations for prepared-to-order grilled foods, bakery items, gourmet coffee, i

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