BAR-W-B Western Wear
BAR-W-B Quality Clothing is a retail Western Wear and footwear store. It was established October 30, 1986, by Fred and Wanda Winegar.
The cinder block building was built in 1949 and was known as the Deardorff Building. For many years it was it was the physician and surgeon's office of Dr. Kincaid.
In later years it was utilized as apartment rentals. Today, the second story houses three-one bedroom apartments and one studio apartment.
During the seventies and early eighties, the building was rented by Prairie Wood Products, and used for their offices.
Fred and Wanda Winegar purchased the building from Anna Wiseman in September, 1985. The building had been vacant and many necessary repairs were made.
In October, 1985, Mary Winegar, Fred's mother, opened a Bakery. The Bakery and BAR-W-B shared the space of the main floor. The Bakery operated successfully until 1997. Mary Winegar is still well known for her pies, dinner rolls, and breakfast croissants.
Since October, 1986, the BAR-W-B has greatly expanded their retail store, carrying many name brands, catering mostly to the Western outdoor lifestyle of the area.
Browsing, you will find La Crosse Footwear, Woolrich Outerwear & Home accessories, Wrangler jeans & shirts, Carharrt work and outdoor clothing, Montana Silversmiths Jewelry & gift wear, Stetson hats, Rocky Mountain Clothing, Cruel Girl apparel, Nocona Boots & belts, Bogs all weather boots, and Stormy Kromer headwear.
General merchandise includes Annie Oakley fragrances, gift items, socks, thermal underwear, rain gear, towels, blankets, candles, Leanin' Tree greeting cards, postcards, T-shirts, baseball caps, sweatshirts, and PRAIRIE CITY souvenirs.
Need to rent a TUXEDO for that special occasion? Experts in the industry recommend that you rent only from a shop that "makes you feel confident". BAR-W-B will give you the peace of mind that your order will be filled on time and will be done properly. Give us a call for prices and availability.