Revolver Saloon and Dance Hall
Delilah, the 6-foot-long mirrored armadillo reflects shimmering light onto the dance floor at Revolver Saloon Dance Hall and stands as a symbol of country-western’s answer to the disco ball. This motif appears throughout the space, where the staff teaches line-dancing lessons and intersperses top-40 tunes between songs on a country-heavy playlist. Longhorns hang behind the two full-service bars, one of which is cast in yellow lighting, surrounded by leafless shrubs, and framed between two curtains like the stage at a Wild West saloon. Guests who have had their fill of do-si-doing lounge at a table or booth or play beer pong in honor of the legendary duel between Wild Bill Hickok and the tumbleweed he mistook for a sheriff. The upscale hoedown takes place Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday nights inside Santa Fe Station, while Thursday nights feature techno music and top-40 music.