Sign above the front entrance to Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe.
Texas Star Sign for Pecos Bill's Tall Take Inn.
The "Beef Nachos" at
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe (after a trip to the toppings bar), ($11.99, Summer 2016).
A closer inspection of the Beef Nachos at Pecos Bill's. The "nachos" feature the tortilla chips and are topped with seasoned ground beef, tomatoes and lettuce. The roasted corn, tomato salsa, two shredded cheeses, and sour cream were added at the toppings bar.
I'm not completely convinced these Mini Churros with Dipping Chocolate from Pecos Bill's fall into the "Tex-Mex" category (you can kind of trace the churro back to Portugal) but... whatever... they're pretty good just the same.
There are two distinct exterior looks for Pecos Bill's. On the Liberty Square street side, (pictured here) there is a softer, idyllic Old West storefront look.
As you round the corner from Liberty Square into Frontierland, the Pecos Bill exterior picks up more of a Tex-Mex feel. This is somewhat reflected by the interior decor as well.
There is some outdoor seating at Pecos Bill's that provides a bit of protection from the sun but not the rain. The roof is made up of wood slats.
The "toppings bar" at Pecos Bill's Cafe.
There are no backs on the chairs at Pecos Bill's Cafe. The Western stool design is part of the decor.
The seating areas at Pecos Bill's Cafe are somewhat compartmentalized. If all of the rooms are open, there is plenty of seating. Sometimes though, certain areas are roped off.
The cast members at Pecos Bill's Cafe try their best to keep four stools under each table, arranged in a box pattern. Very cool.
The darker Tex-Mex inspired room is a guest favorite at Pecos Bill's Tall Tale Cafe.
BBQ Pork Sandwich at Pecos Bills (circa 2014). Pecos Bill's is more Tex-Mex these days.