138 South 2nd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 413-1443

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Food: Yes
Live Music: Yes
Hours: Monday—Thursday, Sunday 11:30am-9pm,
Friday—Saturday 11:30am-10pm
Type of Bar: Tavern
What to Drink: A Shrub, a Tavern Cooler or Ales of the
Why You Should Go: This tavern was the most important
place in the city of Philadelphia during the founding
of our nation.

The City Tavern in Philadelphia is the most authentic 18th century tavern you'll find in America. Built originally in 1770 the City Tavern played host to many (if not all) of the founding fathers at one time or another. George Washington met John Adams there, Ben Franklin was counted as a regular, and it was considered one of the most elegant places of its day.

Now the City Tavern hosts a restaurant owned and run by Chef Walter Staib, a James Beard Foundation Nominee who hosts a cooking show on PBS called A Taste of History.

310 Spring Street
Goodsprings, NV 89019
(702) 874-9362

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Food: Yes
Live Music: No
Hours: Monday—Sunday, 9am-12am
Type of Bar: Saloon
What to Drink: Shot and a beer
Why You Should Go: The real history of the area outside of Las Vegas, great bar with unusual gaming, and just to become a full-fl edged Asshole.

Built in 1913 for the thirsty miners of Goodsprings, Nevada, a trip to the Pioneer Saloon outside of Las Vegas is a trip back in time.

436 E. Allen St.
Tombstone, AZ, 85638
(520) 457-3611

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Food: Yes
Live Music: Yes
Hours: Monday—Sunday 11am-1am
Type of Bar: Saloon
What to Drink: Old Overholt Rye Whiskey
Why You Should Go: Classic American saloon from the
Old West, restored almost to original, waiters and waitresses
in period dress, gunfight reenactments.

The Crystal Palace in Tombstone was opened in 1892 and has been in business serving the patrons of Tombstone, and the many tourists, ever since.

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