WHY HERE: While some people flock to a bar to watch TV, here you can instead spend hours ogling all the Western memorabilia, including murals, mounted animal heads, genuine knobbled pine, saddle bar stools, steer horns and big stuffed bear in a box. It's an honest-to-goodness Western bar in a mountain town where you can get free Western swing and the Texas two-step dance lessons every Thursday night.
WHY NOW: Set right on the town square, this bar has played host to countless live music icons, including Glen Campbell, Willie Nelson and Tonya Tucker. It has been around since 1937 and was awarded Wyoming's first post-Prohibition liquor license. So when you're hanging out in a mountain cowboy town, this the kind of place you want to get a drink.