I've been in there on cold, lonely, autumn weeknights, and on bustling, crowded summer nights. It's a large bar and dancehall, selling souvenirs and t-shirts, displaying animals murdered and stuffed in display cases, drawing tourists to sit on the saddle-like barstools. There's usually a loud pop-country band putting out music from the stage. Sometimes it can feel like a big hustle--cowboy wannabes searching out one-night romances with tourists, the place playing up the "cowboy thing" to the hilt, over-priced shirts and stuff for sale, but it's a worth a visit for a look and a drink...although expect the service to be slow when it's busy as that bar is very long and the place usually seems to be under-staffed.
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