“stop by and see the Doc”
Front Street opened it's doors in 1963. It is managed to this day by one ofthe original partners, "Doc" Rezac. Doc is well known in the area by town Folks and ranchers. A retired large animal veterinarian, Doc always has a warm handshake and maybe a story to greet guests. We welcome groups o all sizes - all year round. With plenty ofroom to host luncheons or large Families. We have a grand museum of Ogallala’s past and our cowboy heritage and wild times in Keith County.
Cute place to stop and eat. The food was good and they have a free museum you can walk through.
It was cool, but we were a little disappointed. Not as interactive as I thought it would be. The gift shop was closed and there was no one around. It would be fun to let kids run around for a second though.
Good beer, sweet fishnets, good spicy pickles yo.
Kinda slow service but cute atmosphere and yummy food!
Cute place to stop and stretch your legs - or get the kids out of the car and walk a bit. The cowboy museum is free, a quick stop, and has artifacts from and quick summaries of different aspects of the area's history. Drop a dollar or two in the donation bucket on your way out.
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Ogallala Front Street
- Sat: 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
- Mon - Fri: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
- Sun: 8:00 am - 2:00 am
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