My family and I travel to Disney every year and this is one of the places that we really enjoy eating at, as a matter of fact we look forward to it. When you enter the restaurant you will take in the ambience of the frontier, which of course is what Disney was aiming for. The floors are wooden as you would expect in an old saloon in the west as usual Disney paid attention to detail. To order your food you will walk up to the counter on one side, get your food and exit on the other side. The Hosts and Hostesses that take care of you are dressed in period clothing adding to the atmosphere. The menu consists of several different things, burgers being the item that I like the most, they have included a fixin's bar with just about anything you would want to put on your sandwich. One of the first things that I notice when I walk in is the delightful smell of sautéed onions and mushrooms; never fear they also provide raw onions if you prefer. Below I have provided a link to the menu for Pecos Bills.
This restaurant is handicapped accessible, if you need to be in a wheel chair you do not need to get out of it to dine here. This is a large restaurant with plenty of seating, however I do recommend that you try to avoid the lunch hours between 12 noon and about 1:30 they do tend to get very busy around this time.