Locally owned and operated coffee, gallery and live music venue. All ages, family friendly (and pet-friendly too)
Paisano Pete, was erected in 1980 and declared the largest roadrunner in the world, at 11 feet tall and 22 feet long. Since that time a larger replica of a roadrunner has been constructed of recycled materials in New Mexico.
This important Indian Wars Fort was active from 1867-1886. It was strategically placed at the life-saving waters of Comanche Springs to protect the San Antonio-to-El Paso mail, freight wagons, cattle drives, and emigrants. The fort was garrisoned by the 9th Cavalry, known as "Buffalo Soldiers". It also provided employment for freighters, laborers and a market for farmers, stockmen, and merchants. Today the fort is managed by the Fort Stockton Historical Society and is opened to visitors. Four of the original buildings still stand, including three officers quarters and the original Guard House. Two barracks and two kitchens were rebuilt from the original blueprints, and these structures house a fort museum and visitor center.