Opened in 1969 as a King’s Food Host, The Woodhouse Restaurant continues to serve up its “World Famous Hamburgers” and Cheese Frenchee Sandwiches. The restaurant is well known for its phone-based ordering system. It is possibly the only former King’s that still serves the original menu. The Woodhouse has drive-through service and also offers catering services.
The next-door space that now occupies Cost Cutters was the original home to A&B Pizza.
Downtown 3rd Street Parking Ramp
Completed in November 1993. Previously, the site was home to one of Bismarck’s earliest...
Captain Jacks Liquor Land on Turnpike...
Built in 2013.
Parkade Parking Ramp
Completed in 1970, the Parkade was Bismarck’s first municipal parking ramp. It also houses...
Main Avenue Near 1st Street
First building on left is Kirkwood Bank, on the original site of Corwin Churchill...
KFYR TV Studios / Hoskins Block
Building housing KFYR TV Studios in 2009, originally known as the “Tribune Block” and...