Black Hills Business: Playmakers & Cajun Cuisine

A sporty new store opened its doors this weekend.
it's a one stop shop for all things gaming.

Located at 1940 North Lacrosse Street, Playmakers Sports Cards, Memorabilia and Gaming is the brainchild of three individuals who say the business comes as a hobby. In the store, people can find jerseys, hats, special collectibles and unique sports playing cards, all in which the owners say are hard to come by.

Monte Hartl, owner, says "It's a growing business, back in the 80s, it was a little bit overwhelming, the product coming out wasn't as well. They really changed it so in some cases there's cards, one of one, that's autographed, that has become a big business. People are striving to get those types of cards and we have some. If you have a collection, bring them in. We'll look at it, we'll see what the value is and give some suggestions and maybe even put some in our case to sell or even buy them.

The owners hope to have special autograph signings and even bring sports card shows back to Rapid City. You can join the playmakers
and get in on the "box breaking" by going to there Facebook page at playmakersrc or visiting their website

and something unique for your tastebuds ... a new cajun restaurant is coming to town.

Jambonz Deuz is set to open tomorrow. It is the second of the original restaurant that's based in Sturgis. The owner says that this location, however, will have a full cajun menu for its new guests to enjoy and is the first of its kind to ever hit the Black Hills. Some of those items on the menu include gumbo, jambalaya, a special jambalaya pasta, seafood and more. They will also have wine selections and expresso beverages. The hours for the new restaurant will be 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday. According to the Louisian owner, people have already been calling their location in Sturgis and stopping by to get a sneek peak.

Jambonz is located at 516 7th St. and is set to open at 11 a.m. Tuesday morning.