Sat at the bar and drank many well priced beers knowing that so many characters from the Wild West days had done the same. Moved on to the eating which was well cooked and priced fairly then sat and people watched. Fantastic bar to enjoy.
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We were in Tombstone on Memorial Day weekend and they were celebrating Wyatt Earp days with Gun Fights in the street and everyone including the tourists in costume. We took the ghost tour in the evening with history stories of the town. We finished about...More
Big Nose Kate's is a fun saloon presented as close to original to the 1880s period as possible. The atmosphere is perfectly set and the bar whores (stated with much affection), will help you talk some fun photos in period costume. The food is very...More
Great ambience/decor with friendly staff. The food was decent at a reasonable price. Its a tourist restaurant so set your expectations accordingly. The food is usual American affair. Burgers, hot dogs, tex mex. It seemed the best restaurant on the street.
Whenever we have visitors to our place in Cochicse County, we take them to Tombstone and drop in on Big Nose Kate's Saloon. The visit to Big one Kate's is a great way to top off the walk around old Tombstone. Fun.
We had to wait in line to eat here. It was worth the wait. The history and appearance of this famous saloon was worth the visit. The corn beef sandwich was very good and the beer tasty. A place to visit with children especially if...More
Starting on the positive side the food was decent, especially for a themed town, the live entertainment was good, and or sever was good. Also the decor is the reason to visit, and take pictures. However the hosting situation to get a table was a...More