Welcome to the Rattlesnake Saloon
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
11:00am until 10:00pm
11:00am until 3:00pm
In order to ensure that all necessary steps are being taken to provide a safe environment for everyone, we will be scheduling routine deep cleans, sanitizing, and repairs throughout this pandemic. Please check back for updates and accept our apologies for any inconvenience these might cause.
Now that we are open, we will be following the Alabama Safer at Home guidelines due to COVID-19.
The safety of our families, our staff, and our customers are a top priority.
Please read the following changes to our normal operations.
If you are experiencing a fever, cough, or any sign of illness, we ask that you refrain from dining at the Saloon.
We will have take-out available during business hours.
Due to our dining capacity being drastically reduced, we ask that you be patient with the availability of seating.
If tables are not available, we are asking that you remain in the parking area for the Saloon Taxi to
transport you down to the Saloon when seats are available.
If you are camping with us, please remain at the gift shop for the Saloon Taxi to
transport you down to the Saloon when seats are available.
We are requiring that your entire party be present to be seated.
We ask that you remain seated at your tables. Please do not invite others, that are not in your immediate household, to join your table.
Tables are limited to 8 seats and are not allowed to add seats or combine tables.
Our inside dining area is temporarily closed to customers. This is to allow for the 6 feet distance guideline.
Please, we ask for your patience and understanding during this transition.
This land has been in the family since 1916 when Owen Foster, bought the first track of a 6000-acre plot of land for 25 cents an acre. ‘Plain’ Owen used the land mainly for farming and timber. His son William Owen Foster, better known as ‘Chicken Owen’, later used the shelter that is now the Rattlesnake Saloon as a hog pen. The 33-foot hole that now runs all the cables / power / electricity to the Saloon was drilled through the rock by him originally as a way to feed the hogs without traveling around the then undrivable bluff.
After years of working the land, Owen Daniel Foster Sr had a new vision for the land and created the Seven Springs Lodge. ‘Danny’ wanted a place that catered to hunting, but has since opened the land to trail riding, atv and motorcycle events, chuckwagon races and even SHiFT Design Camp
Danny Foster and his youngest son, William Gordon Foster, soon realized that the logical companion to a Lodge is a Saloon. Their initial idea quickly grew from a watering hole with a gravel base and a feed trough to a lean-to shanty before finally settling on the current design. During construction, some workers found a rattlesnake den a distance off from the shelter with a mother snake and twelve little ones which inspired our family to name it the Rattlesnake Saloon.
The Saloon took just 49 days to construct before opening on Labor Day weekend in 2009. Since its opening, it has been featured in magazines, music videos, and tv shows and has become one of the top attractions in the area. So far our guestbooks show visitors from all 50 states and over 30 other countries have stopped at the Saloon.
After being open for 5 years, Momma Faye stepped in to complete the family business. She was the missing piece and added the perfect touch of Southern Hospitality by going out of her way to make sure all visitors feel like family. Her Sidewinder’s Trading Post is where you will find souvenirs and apparel to remember all the great times at Seven Springs Lodge and Rattlesnake Saloon.
Welcome to the Rattlesnake Saloon, the watering hole under the rock. This is a place the whole family can come relax and enjoy connecting to local history. We are happy to say that our location is handicap accessible. Come fill your belly and listen to live local music. After 5:00 pm, grab a cold brew...if you are old enough. Our staff strives to deliver an extraordinary experience to every customer, every time. So come on down and meet us, and bring your friends.
For reservations of organized groups such as schools, churches, clubs, etc.; please call the lodge 48 hours in advance on Tuesday-Thursday 9 am-5 pm:
256.370.7218 and ask for Ms Tee Tee
Due to the overwhelming popularity of our unique environment at the Rattlesnake Saloon, we are asking everyone to wait in the parking area for the saloon taxi to take you to the saloon as table are available.
Please understand that strict enforcement of these policies are in place to ensure a great time is had by both our customers and our staff! Thank you for your cooperation and we look forward to seeing you at the Rattlesnake Saloon.
All personal information is kept off-site and shredded at the end of the night of your reservation!
Doors open at 11:00 am and close at 10:00 pm Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. (Seasonal Thursday changes might occur)
(February 14th- November 30th)
Doors open at 11:00 am and close at 3:00 pm Sunday.
(April 1st- October 31st)
No smoking inside the saloon.
Alcohol is only served after 5:00 pm.
ID's WILL be checked after 5:00 pm. No Exceptions. No Excuses. Its the law.
Only alcohol served at the saloon is beer, cider, and wine.
The kitchen closes at 9:00 pm
Unauthorized vehicles are prohibited beyond the marked hill entrance.
No firearms or weapons allowed.
No violence is permitted on grounds.
Horses can be tied to the hitching posts outside...it's a real saloon.
By Alabama law, NO beverage (alcoholic or not) can be taken in or out beyond the marked hill entrance.
By Alabama law, the staff reserves the right to check the ID of anyone attempting to purchase alcohol.
All guests assume liabilities for their personal belongings.
Any guests that are under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
The staff reserves the right to refuse service to and remove any guest that violates any of the rules listed above without a refund.