Black Bart’s Steakhouse, Saloon and Musical Review is a fun place to go while traveling in the Flagstaff, Arizona area. Named for the wily bandit, Black Bart who made his living ripping off stage coach drivers in the area between 1875 and 1883, the restaurant boasts a lively fare of burgers and sandwiches, steaks, seafood and roasted chicken to name just a few items. The restaurant opens at 5 PM daily and guests staying in the RV park located just off of Butler Avenue and I-40, can receive a 10% discount on the meal service. The RV park has 174 spaces with full hook ups and many pull-through campsites. Black Bart’s also has a small general store with not only bread and milk but also antiques for the antique collector, laundry and a few RV supplies in the general store. Cost is modest and except for when the Cardinals are in town, usually fairly easy to get a reservation for a stay here. The spaces are generous, set in the cool pines of Flagstaff but the park could stand some renovation and updating. Overall, the RV park is a good value for the money per night and worth a few nights stay to enjoy the peaceful pines, cool weather and local singing in the nightly Musical Review.