History and Facility Information

Front of the restaurant

Said to be the "Law west of the Pecos," his love for a woman named Lillie Langtree was unrelenting. He named his saloon the "Jersey Lilly Saloon" after her. Unfortunately, he never met Miss Lillie. When Miss Lillie Langtree decided to visit Roy Bean, by then he passed away. This love story of a hard-minded man inspired the layout of the porch, which resembles Judge Roy Bean's courthouse and saloon.

Entrance

Here you will see our hosting staff's bright faces, ready to greet and serve you. If you need to be seated, he or she will sit you. If you desire to have a takeout order, he or she will send it back to our kitchen to be finished promptly.

Inside the restaurant Inside the restaurant

We have plenty of space to meet your family or function’s needs. Our restaurant is chuck full of interesting things, but still a perfect banquet facility for your events. We can organize our tables any way that you may need. Need space to dance? Got it. Need more sitting areas? Got it. No matter your needs, we will set you up right!

The Cantina booth Building and Lumber booth The Mining Booth The Blacksmith booth The telegraph booth The trapper booth

Our booths are themed as that of a settlement. Each of which are a separate business that might be found in a southern settlement. Each booth's name is inspired by the contributors of our restaurant's success.

Wanna see the our construction photos? We got 'em! These photos encapsulate our early history in just few colors.

Settlement panorama

Didn't get to see enough? Maybe our panorama of the whole restaurant will help meet your needs.