EARLY WYOMING HISTORY!! Established in 1893. Features include a 1893 12 foot tall Brunswick-Balke-Collender Rosewood & Cherry wood bar valued at $90,000 by itself. Dance floor, lots of historical artwork and carvings, memorabilia Commercial appliances, furniture, fixtures needed for operation. Historical figures who frequented the establishment include, Earl Durrand, Butch Cassidy was arrested in the doorway in 1894 for rustling horses, Amelia Earhart (1930's)`, Barron Otto Franc, Kid Curry, Hole in the Wall Gang, Bronco Nell & Buffalo Bill Cody. Nostalgic setting to continue the operation of a Historic Bar & Cafe run for 130 years in the quaint, quiet small Wyoming Town of Meeteetse, just 32 miles South of Cody, WY which lies at the Eastern entrance to Yellowstone Park, Magnificent scenery surrounds picturesque Meeteetse with fantastic Fishing & Hunting in the immediate surrounding plains and mountain area steeped in old West History. Includes a Full retail On/Off sale liquor license. OWNER WILL FINANCE THE PURCHASE!!
Listing courtesy of BHHS Brokerage West, Inc..