The Bunkhouse Saloon is a true neighborhood dive bar, with a revitalized energy from Downtown Project.
Established in 1953, The Bunkhouse Saloon has always had a reputation as being a great place to see emerging bands -- and to this day, you can enjoy an array of live bands onstage here.
A no-frills type of place, the exterior has somewhat of a Western feel, with slatted and log wood details and old carriage wheels around the outside. Inside, there is a lot of seating.
Renovations to The Bunkhouse Saloon have included the installation of a new ceiling and exterior wall, as well as extending the length of the building to accommodate a new kitchen, a new stage and a state-of-the-art Meyer Sound System.
The food at Bunkhouse is a classic slice of Americana. The menu features a selection of four Sloppy Joes (beef, pork, turkey and a vegetarian option), shortrib sandwiches and other bar fare favorites like fried pickles and deviled eggs.