Every bar has a story, but our story is pretty unique. Bullwacker's Saloon & Steakhouse has been a continuously operating saloon in this building since 1888.
Bullwacker's Saloon & Steakhouse takes you back in time the moment you step in the door. Walk around on the hardwood floors, check out the huge ornate mirrored back wall and see how many bullet holes you can find in the original tin ceiling.
If you do it right, your imagination of the old west overcomes you.
Every bar has a story, but our story is pretty unique. Bullwacker's Saloon has been a continuously operating saloon in this building since 1888. Originally built as a bar, it had two fronts: one faced the railroad and the other faced Meade Street, which was Whitewood's main street.
Operated for many years as the Whitewood Bar, it has been, and still is, a favorite watering hole for locals and travelers alike. Please take time to look around at the many old-time Whitewood photos, view the original tin ceiling (complete with original bullet holes) and the back bar that has been here since the early days of Whitewood. When the weather is nice, you can enjoy our patio seating.