Welcome to Mandan
Mandan’s slogan, “Where the West Begins”, embodies our community’s rugged and hearty nature evident in our terrain, people, annual celebrations, and heritage, first as a village for the Mandan tribe, then a cavalry fort, railroad town and hub for area ranchers and farmers. Today, Mandan is a growing city passionately retaining its hometown atmosphere and history. Our community bursts with pride when hosting special events that draw thousands of visitors year after year. Some of these special events include Touch-A-Truck, Buggies-n-Blues, Art In the Park and Oktoberfest, just to name a few. Other attractions include Ft. Lincoln State Park and the Custer House, the Railroad Museum, Raging Rivers Water Park, Huff Hills Ski Area, auto racing at Dacotah Speedway, two golf courses, 30+ miles of walking and bike trails, a soccer complex, a baseball field, softball diamonds, tennis courts, indoor swimming pool, skateboard board park, 17 neighborhood parks, and a dog park. Mandan is also known for its many restaurants which offer many cuisines, some of which have served the city for decades, one such restaurant is our very own Ohms Cafe. Ohms Cafe has been in Rhonda Schantz’s family for 26 yrs. It is definitely one of the places to go to for homemade and German food when in Mandan.
An Old Favorite
This restaurant has been serving good food for many many years. It is a tiny place but has a hometown feel. If you came here with your grandparents it is a nit of nostalgia!
Great old fashioned mom and pop cafe
Small local cafe that serves great cafe food. Good portions and homestyle flavor. Not a chain food by any means. Hometown goodness and service.
A Mandan institution!
If you like old school diner food and atmosphere this place is for you. The food was excellent and reasonably priced. The waitress was friendly and helpful. The country fried steak was delicious!
Ohm’s is always super delicious! It’s my favorite place to stop for breakfast or lunch when I’m in Mandan.
Prepare to lighten your wallet
One of the few places in town with homemade food. Took about 20 minutes to get our food. 3 breakfasts, 2 drinks and 2 pieces of pie was $44 plus tip.
Small place with Yummy Food
Since moving to Mandan 3 years ago this is a restaurant that I always enjoy giong back to. Small diner with really good food, friendly waitstaff, I will keep coming back!
808 N Main,
Mandan, ND 58554