We were there for dinner two of the three nights we stayed at Stovepipe Wells. The interior does, in fact, look like a saloon. It was pretty quiet, due the huge lack of customers.
The first night, I had the chicken wings (8) with prickly pear sauce. They came with some carrot pieces, celery stalks, and ranch dressing. Delicious! My wife had the pulled pork quesadilla. She thought it was very good. The service was fair. The problem was that our waitress was also bartending for both the saloon and the adjoining restaurant. Priority seemed to be on the bartending, not serving food, checking up on "things," and bringing the check.
The second night we seated ourselves and received glasses of water. We were not revisited by the server, a man, with menus. As the previous evening, he was also tending bar for the saloon and restaurant, wherein, I expect, better service can be had. After being ignored (I don't think we were the only table to be ignored) for at least ten minutes, we got up and left (picked up sandwiches at the general store).
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