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kbernstf wrote a review Oct 2020
Denver, Colorado13 contributions4 helpful votes
Worth a stop. Lots of history. Didn’t eat but they have canned and bottled beer. Bartender was NOT wearing a mask in this Covid era. Disappointing. Server was very nice!
Date of experience: October 2020
Michelle S wrote a review Sep 2019
Perth, Australia852 contributions115 helpful votes
So much history, so many things to look at around the pub. Staff are wonderful, friendly and chatty. Great selection on food and drinks menu. Highly recommend the Ruben Sandwich, best I've had.
Date of experience: September 2019
garrythescot wrote a review Jul 2019
Woburn Sands, United Kingdom27 contributions8 helpful votes
If you are ever in Colorado and up in the Rockies take a detour to Leadville, superb little town with a great bar called The Silver Dollar Saloon, spend a day in the footsteps of historical wild west figures.
Date of experience: August 2018
Ohiothoughts wrote a review Mar 2019
Columbus, Ohio37 contributions5 helpful votes
The white oak back bar, windbreak, swinging doors, the mahogany front bar, and the 3/4 inch diamond dust mirrors came from the Brunswick Company in St Louis Missouri. Margeret "Molly" Brown, known as "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" moved to Leadville when she was 18. Oscar Wilde appeared at the Tabor Opera House during his 1882 American Aesthetic Movement lecture tour. Doc Holiday lived in Leadville…
Date of experience: April 2018
MRA0322 wrote a review Oct 2018
21 contributions4 helpful votes
Walk through these doors into history. Full of ambiance from years past. Great bartender and staff. Food was very good.
Date of experience: September 2018