In downtown Jackson, Wyoming is the famous Million Dollar Cowboy Bar.
It was originally a doctor's office, then a bank, a cafe, and finally a bar.
It was the first bar in Wyoming to receive a liquor license after Prohibition in the 1930's.
The knobbled pine gives the exterior an distinctive look.
During my research for this post, I could not find why one of its many owners had come to name it The Million Dollar Bar, but perhaps it could have been all the silver coins that are embedded on top of the bar.
My favorite part of the bar is the saddle stools.
I could not wait to get on one.
They had normal chairs and tables too.
The interior has low-lighting and decorated with many cowboy memorabilias.
What is a bar without pool tables?
Along with cowboy and wilderness etchings on its exterior wall is this plaque by the local preservation board in recognition for maintaining and preserving this building for 50 years or more.