I've eaten at the Rattlesnake Saloon a number of times. The lunch crowd is everyone from church ladies to grandmas. The weekend night crowd is a partying group with no children allowed. They have live country music on Friday and Saturday Nights. It can get very crowded some nights.
The food is sandwiches and burgers, a little pricey, but good.
It is a theme restaurant- being built in a cave. You go for the atmosphere rather than the food anyway.
Be aware that this is a seasonal restaurant and saloon. It is closed in winter. It is outdoors and gets chilly in the evenings starting in September. It's only open Thursday-Sunday. Check the website for times they will be open for business.
This has to be one of the most unusual places I've ever eaten.
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