Whether it be swing dancing to country music, or shooting pool, there's
always plenty to do at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Just looking
around at the beautiful decor of knobbled pine, animal mounts, and
painting's is an event in and of itself.
The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is famous for its six nights a week swing
dancing to live country music. If you would rather sit and visit you can
do see in the real western saddles that serve as bar stools. These
saddle-stools have become a signature of the bar today.
The animal mounts are one of the most-looked-at wildlife in the area.
Come in and see a life size timber wolf in pursuit of a bighorn sheep.
Stand face to face with a snarling grizzly bear, or look into the eye of
a mountain lion. There are numerous wildlife mounts and they all add to
the fun and flare of the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar.
Action is always available on one of the four pool tables located in the
front part of the bar. Evenings usually get the most action, so if a
more relaxed game would suite your taste, stop in during the day. The
Million Dollar Cowboy Bar opens at 11:00 am.
Whether you prefer beer, wine, cocktails, or if you just want to visit
with a soft drink the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar has plenty to offer. If
you'd rather just sit back, relax and enjoy the scene, there are plenty
of unique wooden tables to sit at. If the mood suits you, hop on one of
the real saddle bar stools. Have a drink, grab a bite to eat and
appreciate all there is to see and hear around you.
The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar has even more to offer than it's
one-of-a-kind architecture, western flare and artifacts, great music and
The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar Beer, a golden ale, is brewed and bottled
by Grand Teton Brewing Company. This ale is brewed with the finest
ingredients and pure Teton spring water. Available individually, or in a
unique and decorative wooden case.
The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar Wines come form the Buena Vista Winery, in
Sonoma, California. This winery was founded by Hungarian wine pioneer
Count Agoston Haraszthy in 1857. Buena Vista Winery is California's
first premium winery, and Andre Tschelistcheff, the "Dean of California
Winemaking" consulted at the winery for nearly four decades, his work
continues to influence the wine style today.
The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar Chardonnay Harvested from premium vineyards throughout the winegrowing regions of
California, this Chardonnay is smooth and well structured, exhibiting
wonderful richness and balance. Toasty oak, vanilla and caramel flavors
combine with soft creamy pear and light honey to give this wine a rich
full mouthfeel leading to a crisp citrus finish.
The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar Merlot An impressive example of our Carneros Estate fruit, this Merlot is well
balanced, full-bodied and packed with flavors of pomegranate and
chocolate. The wine has many layers that unfold with each sip. Its
round, smooth tannins lend promise to great aging potential.
Philly's Phinest Grill is located inside the bar for patrons looking for
a bite to eat with their cocktails or beer.
Million Dollar Cowboy Bar Steakhouse,
located downstairs from the
bar, offers a great menu and enjoys an excellent reputation with locals
and visitors alike. Call (307) 733-4790 for reservations, or visit their
website at www.cowboysteakhouse.net.
Cowboy Bar Gift Shop, located at the front of the bar, maintains
a large selection of souvenirs and gifts relating to all things
Cowboy. We carry T-shirts, ball caps, playing cards, glasses of all
kinds, Coffee Mugs with History on Back, and much, much more. Our most
popular items are also available online at www.cowboybargifts.com.
Sturgis Pit Stop, ------sturgis link here------------ The Cowboy Bar has become a
famous pit stop for all those bikers traveling through Jackson Hole to
get to Sturgis, South Dakota for the annual bike rally.
In the summer of 1980, the movie, Any Which Way
You Can, starring Clint Eastwood, was filmed on the interior and
exterior of the bar.