Visited from the uk and was very impressed. Great atmosphere, staff and drinks (worked our way through most of the martinis!). Adam on the piano was fantastic, and played some specialities for us brits!
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While this is a cute Saloon, the food was terrible. Ordered a chicken salad, which was basically just a giant plate of iceberg lettuce with a store rotisserie chicken shredded on top. Service was slow.
Coming from Australia we found this place a unique place to eat, never been in a saloon before let alone one that had maintained its charm, even had a gentleman playing guitar and singing for the guests. It was busy even early on Wednesday evening...More
Located in the old time Strater Hotel this is in gem of an eatery. Waitresses dress in old west garb are very friendly and efficient. Old time piano player after 5:30 pm was there for your entertainment and was very good. The food was great...More
I hadn't visited the Strater Hotel since 1954 (!) and was looking forward to an evening in the Diamond Belle, which advertised "ragtime" music. While the waitresses were dolled up in 19th century costumes, and the decor was Old West, there was no ragtime. Instead,...More
Stopped in to meet friends and share a drink and an order of Nacho's. The atmosphere is always fun with music going, saloon girls serving you and everyone around you having fun getting into the "Saloon" mood.
This is an old fashioned saloon decorated from the early 1900's. The servers wore great saloon girl uniforms. Enjoyed all the authentic artifacts. Did not really care for the pot roast sandwich, a little tough