Dakota Diners: Trapper's Kettle
Today on Dakota Diners, Tom Brosseau takes a trip to Trapper’s Kettle in Belfield, North Dakota. It’s famous for its hearty, delicious meals, homemade soups, Certified Angus beef, and its all-day breakfasts.
But it’s also famous for its decor: cedar walls, petrified wood accents, rustic artifacts of the trapping era, and mounted animals. You get a sense of what western edge life once was like when you walk into Trapper’s Kettle.
Tom Brosseau spoke with manager Mattea Toso. Listen to their conversation above.