Palace Saloon: Drink in the Historic Palace Saloon
The Palace Saloon and Pool Hall was built in 1905 and is regsitered on the list of National Historic Places. During prohibition it was a meat market. Today it still serves as a local drinking place and has two pool tables and a big screen TV to show sporting events. The decor is a curious mixture; with a large old wooden bar and the normal modern posters of various beers and other alcoholic drinks. They serve pizza and typical bar snacks.
Dress Code: Well, you do need to be dressed. Other than that I didn't see any.
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Rex Allen Theater: Nightlife...what nightlife?
It's one of three things you can do in the evening (and if you're under 21, it's one of TWO things you can do)...and it's go see a movie. The Rex Allen Theater shows two flicks every weekend (and during the summer, I believe if shows every night). It's a small theater, but hey...it's something to do.
Dress Code: Dress however you like, but casual is pretty commonplace.