Very nice clean bar. Pool tables, music, live music, saddle bar stool seats. I recommend the huckleberry martini.
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An absolute DO NOT MISS when in town. It's a legendary spot, and we enjoyed both our hangs during our 2-night stay. Full of interesting and intriguing eye candy, with top-notch service. Weekend nights the joint is hopping, with excellent live music.
This place is on the Town Square Park in central Jackson WY. It's famous for the saddles which are used as barstools. Other than that, and a friendly and very busy waitress, we weren't impressed. If you like bars, this will work. Ok too to...More
Dinners are ala cart. For 3 of us the bill was about $200.00. Service was OK, Restaurant was clean, bathrooms were clean. Food tasted good.The wagyu beef was not all that. I would stick with the ribeye. Margarita was very good, at $12.00 it better...More
I visited the Cowboy bar many years ago and decided to revisit it. What a disappointment. The decor is nice but that was about it. You cannot order an appetizer or anything to have with your drink. The service was terrible - with only about...More
I booked a table upfront in the knowledge we would going to have our dinner in a western style atmosphere place. No, we have been brought to the basement. The steak was fine but all the sides were option. Biggest annoyance was the noise. Acoustic...More
Much detailed do up of the place. Definitely worth a visit if you are at jackson hole. Had the buffalo roast which is awesome. Trout's good too.
This is a very tourist oriented place. They have saddle bar stools. The Bloody Mary's are awesome. All orders are places next to the bar and they bring you your food. If you go get there before the lunch rush and the tour buses.
We stopped into the "Million Dollar Cowboy Bar" for a mid afternoon drink. It was fun to sit on those "SADDLE BARSTOOLS". The entire saloon is decorated in western cowboy style. The drinks & service were ok and everything was clean. Basically, a fun place...More
While walking the street, looking for a place to eat lunch on a Wednesday afternoon in September, the outside appearance of the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar caught our attention and thus lured us in for what turned out to be a very good lunch, while...More