Right on the railroad tracks in Alpine with an antique firetruck out front. This west Texas honky-tonk is a mecca for live music and brings in some big names from the Texas music scene on a regular basis. Rustic old hardwood plank building that houses a stage and plenty of room to do some boot scootin' boogie.
If you should visit there during the day, try a glass (or four) of their sangria. Not only is it refreshing after a day in Big Bend or chasing the nearby Marfa lights when there are none, it has a really good flavor that is a house secret. Strangely addictive, you will want more than one. Oh . . . and they have some pretty cold beer too.
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