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All manner of monsters prowl the halls of the Sioux Falls Jaycees Haunted House. Sadistic clowns smile from shadowed corners, herding visitors into a blood-spattered room where a ghoul in a straitjacket waits. Strobe lights and fog convince the senses that they've entered an otherworldly dimension or a very dusty camera, concealing the ghastly robotics and props lurking around each bend?such as a leering, demonic child named Hex. Though the attraction seeks to terrify, its ultimate goal is far more altruistic: ticket profits go to the Sioux Falls Jaycees, a community-service group whose volunteers don masks and gallons of fake blood to staff the entire house.
4000 W 12th St.
Sioux Falls,
SD
US
Inca Express is the newest addition to the Inca family, which has been serving up fresh, authentic Mexican fare for more than a decade. An homage to generations-old family recipes, the dishes are chockfull of quality ingredients, zesty spices, and enough love to turn a wooden puppet into a real boy and a sock puppet into a foot, all served up with a side of quick and friendly service. Commence feeding with a round of cervezas ($2.75–3.25) and a side of velvety guac ($2.25) with chips and salsa ($3.95). Meat fans will have trouble choosing between carne asada and pollo asado tacos ($1.95 each) and a chicken Jalisco burrito smothered with green tomatillo sauce ($7.95). The Inca fajita platter's irresistible blend of chicken or steak sautéed with onions and peppers and plated with pico de gallo, cheese, rice, beans, sour cream, and guacamole will undoubtedly earn you an esteemed position in the Clean Plate Club ($9.95). If you're not as stuffed as a cartoon cat attached to a bike pump, indulge in a dessert of fried ice cream covered in cornflake crumbs, honey, and whipped cream ($3.95).
815 S Marion Rd
Sioux Falls,
SD
US
The blender operators at Juice Stop power bodies and please taste buds with a menu of smoothies and juices made from real fruits and vegetables. Blades slice through pineapple bits, blending in sherbet, yogurt, and coconut to create the Double Dribble smoothie, and the 4x8 smoothie combines skim milk, yogurt, honey, peanut butter, and bananas for liquid sustenance ($3.44–$4.44). Each thick beverage includes a free nutrient boost such as the daily blend, with 51 vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that supplement nutrition, or the intensity blend, with creatine, potassium, and phosphates to power trips to Europe via row boat. Drinkable salads in the form of veggie-combo juices combine carrots with other healthy options such as parsley, apples, and spinach ($3.69–$4.91), and just-crushed oranges tickle tongues with a sweet juicy tang ($3.97–$5.14). Hands grip hot drinks, warming fingers with the Top Shelf—apple and cranberry juice brewed with cloves and cinnamon—or the Alpine Slide, a cascade of mint and hot chocolate pouring over a scoop of vanilla yogurt ($2.80–$2.95).
2819 E 10th St
Sioux Falls,
SD
US
Led by Emmy-winning singer-songwriter Shaun Johnson, the Big Band Experience melts hearts with warm, full-sounding numbers that evoke the swinging style of legends such as Frank Sinatra. Johnson's rising trajectory, which stretches back to childhood performances in a brother-sister a capella duo, includes a run with nationally recognized quartet Tonic Sol-fa, whose harmonic vocals have caressed the airwaves on The Today Show and PBS.
315 North Phillips Avenue
Sioux Falls,
SD
US
Lead by puck-flinging forward Ryan Jacobson and benefiting from the sharp reflexes of goalie Stephon Williams, the hard-hitting players of the Sioux Falls Stampede plan to dominate the USHL during the 2010–11 season. Immerse yourself in Sioux Falls Arena's raucous and electric atmosphere during Stampede home games, as fans pack the arena and let their allegiance be known by wearing Stampede jerseys, shouting chants, and silently heckling the opposing players in the penalty box via maritime flags.
230 S Phillips Ave
Sioux Falls,
SD
US
The Crystal Grand Music Theatre allows audiences to get up close and personal with top performers in an intimate 2,000-seat setting. Night Ranger—’80s arena-rock legends and sellers of millions of albums—takes to the recently renovated stage for one night only, treating fans to their signature melodic fusion of hard-rock intensity and radio-friendly hooks. Rock out to the band's beloved epic power ballads including “Sister Christian” and "When You Close Your Eyes," as well as ripping guitar-driven hits such as “(You Can Still) Rock in America,” a pointed response to the Regan administration's brief ban on scissors and paper. The Crystal Grand Music Theatre's size ensures every concertgoer has a clear view of the stage, and its innovative design and updated acoustic technology ensure that every chord, beat, and "motoring" evokes the appropriate head-banging response.
511 E 4th St
Dell Rapids,
SD
US
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