Million Dollar Cowboy Bar

25 N Cache St, Jackson, WY 83001, USA

The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is located on the town square in the heart of Jackson. Established in 1937, this Wyoming landmark is a unique Western drinking and entertainment venue. Countless celebrities, presidents, royalty, cowhands, as well as people from all walks of life, have enjoyed great fun within the walls of the iconic Million Dollar Cowboy Bar.

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  • Beverly Shook   Feb 15, 2021

    Awesome. Except they close at 10 am during COVID19 required by city. It's a great bar experience in real time. And it's OK!! We are all doing our best! We had fun anyway as you can see.

  • Zack McCabe   Feb 22, 2021

    We went here on a slow afternoon for a drink, and it was a neat experience. Definitely the "must visit" tourist spot while visiting JH. Sitting on the saddles at the bar was pretty cool, and there are tons of eclectic, Midwest and historical decorations to keep your eyes busy. The drinks were average, but it's what you'd expect. We didn't experience it on a busy night or with a large group, but feels like it's the go-to spot for some shenanigans!

  • Cody Todd   Jan 10, 2021

    I always make it a point to come to this iconic bar whenever I make my way to Jackson. The food, the drinks, the atmosphere, everything is great! It’s a fun change up from the “average” bar scene. From the knotty wood throughout, the things on display, to the saddles in place of bar stools. I love this place! The staff has always treated me with respect. Definitely worth the cover charge!

  • James C   Feb 16, 2021

    Got treated really poorly by the staff. Got accused of jumping the queue. Which we didn't. We came in without a queue at the door. Told by the bar we needed to be seated to get served. But never was told the seating process. We grabbed an open table. Then we were told by a rude hostess that people had been waiting for the table for two hours. We didn’t see a queue, no one stopped us at the door. It was poor communication and heavy handed tactics. The rude hostess came back by me and said if I did it like it I could leave. I didn’t want to affect my whole groups fun so I left. I don’t go for being bullied by anyone. Went with the intention of having a few drinks came away with a negative impression. Don't worry I won't be be back. I will tell everyone who asks to read my Google experience. Having been a cowboy, this is a poor excuse for a bar. It seems to be more suited to pilgrims. Go to the Silver Dollar.

  • LazyDRockinPRanchWagonsTeams   Sep 01, 2020

    Hadn't been to bar in 29 years , same as 29 years ago

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