917 Fremont St.
Las Vegas, NV 

CRW 0192  CRW 0227 


Food: No
Live Music: Yes
Hours: Reopening June 20th, hours vary.
What to Drink: An Atomic Cocktail
Why You Should Go:  To sit at the same bar as the Rat Pack and enjoy some authentic Las Vegas history.

Opened in 1945, the same year the Atomic bomb was invented, Atomic Liquors was THE bar to go to during Las Vegas's heyday - a title it looks to reclaim in the near future. 

110 Plaza
Socorro, NM 
(575) 835-1193

CRW 0026 CRW 0031

Food: Yes
Live Music: Yes
Hours: Monday—Saturday Noon-2am, Sunday Noon-Midnight
Type of Bar: Saloon
What to Drink: Beer & A Shot
Why You Should Go: Was once owned by a judge who held court in the saloon and imprisoned those found guilty in the back room and later became a speakeasy.

Today the Capitol Bar looks like just another small town bar.  But look a little harder and you'll find a place drenched in history that reads like an old west novel.

110 Main Street
Tappan, NY 10983
(845) 359-5476

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Food: Yes
Live Music: Yes
Hours: Monday—Friday, Sunday 11am-9pm, Saturday 11am-10pm
Type of Bar: Tavern
What to Drink: Try a glass of wine from their extensive selection or an ale from the tap.
Why You Should Go: Drink in the shadow of George Washington, sit in the room where the British first recognized the United States of America.

The Old '76 House (also just called '76 House) is a true American Classic. Built in 1686 when the Dutch founded Tappan, it's been a public house ever since.

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