The town itself was so cool to go. The WWS restaurant that was neat have indoor and outside seating. Price was a little high, you could get salad to steaks. Soup was ok could have been hotter but we were there later in the evening....More
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The inside of this bar is crazy awesome! Every surface is covered with dollars and other bills from around the world. Happy hour is literally an hour and it's worth it! The servers here are rockstars, btw, and the outdoor patio is large with plenty...More
A taste of the west at its best. A good old charming cowboy met and seated us. The waitress was very helpful and attentive. We had the brisket and it was delicious. Our waitress was helpful and attentive. There was singing for entertainment. Did I...More
We chose inside seating over the outside as it was a bit breezy. Pleasant service, good food and drinks. I would recommend it.
After the wild west show was a place lots of people came to we had wine an soda. Didn't eat but had a grand time outside tables an talking with different people. The cowboys from the show was all there. Lots of people sitiing outside...More
we chose to have dinner here as they have a nice outdoor seating area and there was a live band playing western hillbillies that i love. the menu is quite normal, nothing out of the ordinary, the hostess was very nice and our waitress was...More
We stop here every time we visit Williams and if we are driving I-40 headed somewhere else we try to find a reason to stop for a beer. The locals are friendly and easy to strike up a conversation with.
I don't know how to rate this place, we went there with a group of friends but were forced to leave before we got any food. The music ( if you can call it that) was so loud we could not talk to each other...More
We got to the restaurant when most places were closing up. Diego met us at the door with a welcoming smile and made us feel like old friends! My husband and I both had the brisket and it was tender and delicious. They also make...More
This little cowboy saloon is nestled in the Wild West Junction. All did up like a little western town. Fantastic visual. Food was very good and the service was great. Great place to meet with friends. John & LynNita Ellis