White Eagle Saloon and Rock & Roll Hotel – Portland, Oregon

Founded in 1905, the White Eagle Saloon was nicknamed "Bucket of Blood" for the frequent brawls that erupted among its patrons, mainly post-shift workers from the nearby docks, rail yards, and factories. Legends say the bar ...

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McMenamins Edgefield – Troutdale, Oregon

Built in 1911 to function as the Multnomah County Poor Farm on 74 sweeping acres in the Columbia River Gorge, Edgefield lay abandoned until purchased and remodeled by Mike and Brian McMenamin. The McMenamin brothers are lo ...

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The Horse You Came In On Saloon – Baltimore, Maryland

The Horse You Came In On professes to be the country's oldest continuously operating saloon. Established in 1775, this Fell's Point bar served its waterfront neighborhood before, during, and after prohibition. It claims the ...

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The Alibi Bar — New Orleans, Louisiana

According to online reviews, The Alibi is a dive bar that offers late-night pub fare and a wide array of beers. Its clientele consists of off-duty service workers from the nearby tourist areas of the French ...

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Old Talbott Tavern – Bardstown, Kentucky

The Old Talbott Tavern was built in 1779 as the western-most (at the time) stagecoach stop in the frontier wilderness of a new nation. The town of Salem (later renamed to Bardstown) grew up around it. Originally called the ...

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