by Stacy Conde in Cool Travel on Tuesday 12 June 2012

Originally opened in 1972 and called The Cantina, what is now Pappy & Harriet’s was once an outlaw biker burrito bar. Set right at the entrance to Pioneertown (a proper 1940’s – 50’s old west movie set created by the likes of Gene Autry, Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers), Pappy’s is now a swingin’ bar known for its mesquite BBQ and live music. On any given night you can catch national acts like Rufus Wainwright, local faves Gram Rabbit, or you may even find Robert Plant sitting in with the Thrift Store All Stars.