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All reviews old west bar hopping palace saloon art galleries courthouse square bird cage fun area live music across the street step back in time interesting place a lot of fun restaurants and shops downtown prescott lots of history in town saloons
Recently spent a week in AZ traveling North to South, but our one night on Whiskey Row In Prescott, may have been the most fun. Are you kidding? The Earps and Doc Holliday drank here, the latter winning $10,000 in one lucky night of poker....More
This is a historic street with lots of Bar's and shopping near the center of old town Prescott. On the weekend several local pistol packing cowboys and girls hang out in front of the main bar area. It's touristy fun! Stop in to the local...More
Take your time, relax a little, enjoy the nightlife, enjoy the shops in the day, enjoy the activities, chat with the locals, slow down a little to just enjoy life as this is the place to do a little of everything and you can enjoy...More
Whiskey Row in Prescott offers a great feel not only to get drunk but also to do a little shopping. Places like Matt's Saloon and the palace have been around forever and a great place to have a drink with friends or family. There's a...More
very interesting place, lots of old buildings,places some of our early pioneers visited and stayed awhile, the saloons are just the way they were back in the 1800's, so cool, the shops that are in these old buildings are friendly and very informative
The western side of this lovely town square has an historic saloon row vibe. It was a nice western experience, now home to annoying types with substance issues who have adopted the sidewalk as their place to hang out.
This place was a little busy and crazy! We are older (55+) and we were there on a busy weekend. We were going to go in and have dinner. It was too busy for that, but we did grab a drink Everyone was very friendly,...More
On Montezuma, between Goodwin Street and Gurley Street, this historic street across from the Courthouse recalls its past as the bawdy street miners would frequent on their days off. Loads of historical plaques adorn buildings worthy of that honor. Even if hitting all the bars...More