Million Dollar Cowboy Bar

25 N Cache St, Jackson, WY 83001, USA

Wyoming’s iconic honky-tonk since 1937. The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is located right on the town square in the heart of downtown Jackson

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  • Mason T   Jul 27, 2023

    Unless you're going to strictly drink, do not go to this bar. Food is overpriced and not very good. Bison burger was dry and salad was not good. The food staff were also mediocre. Also, be aware they will tack on a 18% gratuity when over 50 dollars. So don't be fooled by this trick. It's cool to peak your head in but definitely don't eat here.

  • Gigi Shorty   Jun 06, 2023

    Very fun bar! Love the wood decor inside! The saddles instead of barstools is a really fun touch! The drinks were good! Food was fine. Typical bar food but that’s OK! We went there after the concert as well and it was super super crowded! Totally recommend going during the day so you can actually enjoy it!

  • Logan Paquin   Jul 11, 2023

    This is my favorite steakhouse in Jackson, and one of the best meals overall I've had. The service is excellent, the atmosphere is special yet inviting, and the food is delicious. The elk tenderloin, bison, lamb lollipops, and prosciutto wrapped melon were all incredible. The drinks were well made. A must stop for us.

  • aftertec advanced imaging   Jun 06, 2023

    We recently had the opportunity to visit the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar in Jackson, Wyoming, and we must say, it was quite an experience. Nestled in the heart of downtown Jackson, this iconic western-themed bar lives up to its reputation as a must-visit destination in the area. Upon entering the bar, we were immediately captivated by the authentic Old West atmosphere. The interior is adorned with rustic woodwork, Western memorabilia, and a row of saddles atop the bar stools, which adds a unique touch to the place. The ambiance is warm, welcoming, and exudes a true cowboy spirit. The highlight of the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is undoubtedly its bar stools, which are actual saddles. Sitting on one of these saddles while sipping a drink made us feel like true cowboys, and it's definitely a fun and memorable experience. The bar itself is well-stocked with a wide selection of spirits, cocktails, and beers, ensuring there's something to suit every taste. Another aspect that impressed us about this bar is the live music. The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar hosts talented musicians who entertain the crowd with country, rock, and western music. The live performances create a lively and enjoyable atmosphere, making it an ideal spot for a night out with friends or to experience the local music scene. The service at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar was friendly and efficient. The staff was attentive and knowledgeable, offering recommendations and making sure guests were well taken care of. Despite being a popular tourist spot, the bar managed to maintain a relaxed and inviting atmosphere. While the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar offers an amazing experience overall, there were a few minor downsides. Firstly, due to its popularity, the bar can get quite crowded, especially during peak hours and tourist seasons. Finding a seat can be challenging, and the noise level can rise significantly. However, this can also add to the energetic atmosphere, depending on personal preferences. Additionally, the prices at the bar are relatively high compared to other establishments in the area. This is to be expected considering its prime location and unique ambiance, but it's worth keeping in mind if you're on a tight budget. Overall, the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is a must-visit spot in Jackson, Wyoming, for anyone seeking an authentic Old West experience. From the unique saddles-as-bar-stools to the live music and friendly service, it offers a delightful blend of entertainment and ambiance. Just be prepared for a lively crowd and slightly higher prices, and you're in for a great time.

  • Joe Burgan   Sep 02, 2023

    Despite this being an iconic establishment, it seems that they have replaced customer service with arrogance. First, they have a “doorman” who is there principally to keep families out of the bar which is posted for over 21 only. They have saddles at the bar which may be cute but are incredibly uncomfortable. To order food, you have to go to a window to place your order. They charge a 20% “fee” when you place your order which the cook stated was a tip. So you are charged a tip for ordering your food from a window! When I questioned the cook about it , he said I could talk with his manager about it. Once you sit at a table, if you are not ordering from the bar, the waitresses ignore you. If you would like water, you have to get it yourself. The buffalo chicken sandwich I had was more Tabasco sauce then flavor. Overall, unless you just have to have the experience, I would skip this location.

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