Grey Mule Saloon
101 E Callaghan
Fort Stockton, Texas 79735
Grey Mule Saloon circa 1899
Grey Mule Saloon is currently a wine tasting room
Grey Mule Saloon offers wine, cheeseboards, and more
The Grey Mule Saloon was build around 1890, and was one of several saloons that were frequented by cowboys, Texas Rangers, and U.S. Army troops in the early days of Fort Stockton. Sherif A.J. Royal, who’s blood stained desk is currently on display across the street at the Annie Riggs Museum, was in the process of purchasing the Grey Mule Saloon prior to his mysterious assassination in 1894.
Today, the Grey Mule Saloon preserves its history while serving as a wine tasting room for the local Ste Genevieve Winery owned by Mesa Vineyards. It offers wine tasting, cheese boards with various cheeses, fruits, and crackers, and fresh bread served with Texas Olive Oil Company olive oils and balsamic vinegars. Wine, olive oils and balsamic vinegars are also available for purchase by the bottle.