TLO Restaurant Review: McClintock Saloon

I’ve always thought that McClintock’s Saloon was far more of an upscale eatery for the Stockyards-wannabes that find Cattlemen’s too rough and tumble, especially when grabbing an easy drink and an even easier steak after buying black socks at one of the surrounding western-wear stores that wallow in overpricedness.


I did, however, catch the exceptional flick Savage Land, about the murder of an Indigenous youth by backwoods cops in Custer County, at the Rodeo Cinema and, by the time I got out, that old hungry feeling started to weigh heavily on me.


Knowing that it was now or never, like the lonely cowpoke that I mostly am but don’t want to be, I finally decided to have dinner there.


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