When Buffalo Bill Cody showed up at the Fort Worth stockyards in the late 1800s, he decided the area's nightlife was lacking, so he went ahead and built a bordello and named it Hotel Pearl's. The entry parlor of what is now Pearl's Dance Hall & Saloon still has pieces of Bufflo Bill's vision scattered about including the original pressed-tin, gold ceilings that have been restored and historically marked, plus a nude portrait of the Grand Madam herself that adorns the blood-red wall to your left as you walk in. These days, the real draw at Pearl's is some of the best Traditional Country, Honky Tonk and Western Swing music around. On the dance floor, a sea of True Texas cowboys and cowgirls two-step, shuffle and waltz to the up-tempo of old time Honky Tonk music. A long, copper sheet metal bar with an ornate mahogany back serves up cold beer and your choice of well drinks.