From the swinging saloon doors, to being greeted and our girls given cowboy hats to wear while we sat at the bar, we loved our time in The Palace Saloon. We chose to belly up to the bar to eat our dinner. The bartender was extremely friendly and very kind to our 6 and 8 year old girls.
The girls wore their hats through dinner and our server was dressed in period clothes while she filled us in on the history of the saloon (in between waiting on us and her other customers at the bar). When we asked about the alleged bullet holes in the ceiling, she tooks us to see them and some of the pictures on the walls that detailed the history of not only the establishment, but also of the town of Prescott (don't forget to pronounce it "press-cut").
I had the buffalo burger and it was tender and lean, just as it should be. My husband had the Campfire Burger - about which he raved and raved. Honestly, we figured since it was an historic establishment (tourist trap) that the food was be average at best. However, we were surprised at the quality.
The girls had the standard kids' meal fare, but they absolutely loved the orange cream sodas!
The ornate bar is absolutely exquisite - and its story is just a great piece of history.
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