I visited here at 8pm on a Saturday with all foreigners, mostly German. Everyone was excited when we walked in the door and saw a bunch of animal heads all over the walls. It was a bit crowded, but we had reservations (that we made that afternoon for 7 people at 8pm), so it was ok.
We ate upstairs, in a nice area with lots of windows. The food options impressed us all. From rattlesnake to elk, it seems like they had a bit of everything. Since we were intensely curious and less so hungry, we ordered a bunch of dishes and shared them all:
Fried alligator: This was my least favorite. It just tasted like chewy fried calamari. Not much flavor.
Rattlesnake dip and chips: The rattlesnake was all on top of the dip, and it was kind of flaky in texture like fish.
Ostrich: This was kind of blackened with spices and had a brown sauce. It was a little chewy, but just OK. Seemed like a decent flavor.
Elk with Berry Sauce: The berry sauce was good, but the elk was a little like liver. It was a softer texture than I expected, and just a decent flavor.
Buffalo with Butter Sauce: This was great! Fabulous texture and flavor. I would eat this regularly if I had the chance.
Buffalo Bill Cocktail: Tastes almost like pure bourbon. I liked it.
The costs were very very high. A 4-oz elk and 4-oz buffalo special was $44. A 4-oz ostrich appetizer was $20ish.
I'm glad we went here once, but I spent $50 overall even though we shared. I don't think I'll be visiting again regularly.
The area is around the trains, and is not that great. Take a taxi, don't walk at night.