First of all, the drive out here is beautiful. Once you get here, the town is just a couple buildings on one row. Outside there are some fun decorations and info about the "town". The restaurant food is standard grill food, but the decor is fun. The walls are papered with currency, mostly US dollars but bills from all over the world. My 6 yr old daughter loved searching the wall for bills for other countries and then asking us where they were from. My boys (3 & 1.5 ys) liked the other decorations, like giant snake skins and taxidermied animals.
The country store sells treats, including fudge, ice cream and gelato. They had prickly pear gelato which we had to try and it was delicious. We ate it on a bench just outside the store (there is no seating inside).
Down the row a little is an old school house that is converted into a museum. We didn't go inside but there are some fun things to look at outside that the kids liked.
This was a fun place to stop by once but not a must see.