Rustle up some grub at the Old West saloon. Tell tall tales over chicken fajitas, beef burritos, nachos, Southwest Chicken salads, bacon cheeseburgers, rice bowls, and tacos—all before riding off into the sunset to the taste of sweet treats like mini churros with dipping chocolate.
The restaurant opened with the park as Pecos Bill Cafe on October 1, 1971. The original cafe closed on January 5, 1998 for a major expansion, absorbing the neighboring Mile Long Bar to become the Tall Tale Inn, reopening in May 1998.
Within the restaurant, hanging displays of items gifted to Pecos Bill from various legendary western figures can be seen. This includes: an axe from Paul Bunyan, a hammer and iron nails from John Henry, a mask and silver-bullet from the Lone Ranger, Johnny Appleseed's pot, Casey Jones' train engineer equipment, Davy Crockett's coonskin cap and rifle blueprints and a satchel from George Russel which contains Davy Crockett stories. References also include the knife and cards of Jim Bowie, a revolver and playing cards with bullet holes from Annie Oakley, boots from Buffalo Bill, navigational equipment from Kit Carson, and some playing cards belonging to Wild Bill Hickok.