Firstly, this is the "new" Saloon #10 - not to be confused with the original Saloon #10 where Wild Bill Hickok was shot. But it sure looks like it could have been the spot.
Employees in character for an old western saloon (see pic). Lots of old period furnishings to fit the part as well, with a card show held several times a day (we missed this because we had to meet our tour bus).
Gambling with slots and a few tables for blackjack and other games. My wife won $35 on the slots during our visit.
Stayed for lunch just because we were there. That was disappointing. Very limited menu and nothing impressive. Think we had fish tacos (cold) and some kind of burrito which was also a cold meal. Recomendation: Go there for a drink at the bar and skip lunch.
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