An iconic feature of the area for the last 60+ years has been the rearing horse of the Ranch Club, a bar inside an old log cabin, with a shady history that pre-dates even its location in Garden City. The sign and parking lot were used in the Clint Eastwood movie "Bronco Billy." The building hosted prostitution and gambling, and in later years was simply a dive bar frequented by local oldtimers. Garden City has been cleaning up a bit in recent years, and the Ranch Club has been revitalized by Al, the amiable, new owner, who caters to a younger crowd. He's added live music, big seats from an old airliner, smoked prime rib, and various events. There's a patio under the stallion, with horseshoe pits around the side.
Est. 1948 - Building constructed: 1908
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