I doubt we'll see tumbleweeds blowing down Park Street during a high-noon shootout anytime soon, but there's some new Wild West flavor on the popular nightlife strip thanks to Park Street Saloon.

I doubt we'll see tumbleweeds blowing down Park Street during a high-noon shootout anytime soon, but there's some new Wild West flavor on the popular nightlife strip thanks to Park Street Saloon.

From the entrepreneurial minds of CGS Group - who brought us all those other Park Street places where beautiful people hang out - comes an authentic-looking saloon.

Decked out in varnished wood and boasting two dueling piano stages, it's reminiscent of "Deadwood" - minus the dirt and Shakespearean foul language.

There's an old-fashioned vibe but plenty of modern accoutrements, like flat-screens, party rooms and bottle service.

And you can man your own beer taps in semi-private booths. In the eight-person booth complete with swinging doors, you can fill pints at your own pace while an electronic monitoring system keeps track of your pours. At 30 and 35 cents per ounce, it's about the same price as getting a beer at the bar.

If you do head to the bar, there's a full list of spirits and a selection of eight beers ($3.50-$4.50) and seven wines ($7).

Up front, you'll find a stage overlooking Park Street and a wooden bar complete with old-timey stools. Expect your plaid-clad bartenders to dance atop it during shows.

Near the main stage in the rear, there's a second bar and bottle-service station. Surrounding the main stage are high-top tables and booths perfect for catching a raucous show. Like, say, one of the dueling piano shows running throughout the night, or a fire-breathing act, or just the unicyclists pedaling between tables. It's quite a sight.

A full menu of burgers, appetizers, pizzas and hearty entrees includes party platters for groups. There's plenty of room for large parties in the sizeable space, but there'll be more once an outdoor courtyard opens.