Texassippi Soul Man Danny Brooks & Lil Miss Debi
Texassippi Soul Man Danny Brooks and Lil Miss Debi
The Museum Club is a U.S. and State Historic Landmark built in 1931 and is one of the original Route 66 Roadhouses still standing, having become a bar in 1936, at the end of Prohibition. It is a 5,000 square foot log cabin with two full bars (one a stunning mahogany bar from 1890 England), 12 booths, and table seating. Now it plays host to national and regional bands and comedians; provides one of the largest wooden dance floors in the state; and boasts a professional stage that has supported a wide range of performers, including Willie Nelson and Tanya Tucker. The Museum Club features a full menu of casual foods, a complete bar, and offers an enormous back patio for enjoying the sultry spring, summer, and fall temperatures.