King’s Tavern – Natchez, Mississippi

Natchez is the first European settlement on the Mississippi River, and the King’s Tavern is reported to be the town’s first structure, a National Historic Landmark whose history dates back to the late 1700’s. Richard King ...

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Valley Hotel Bar and Grill – Clairton, Pennsylvania

The Valley Hotel Bar and Grill was built in 1863. It was originally called the Granger Hotel, named after the family that owned it. It served as a watering hole and lodging for steel mill, river, and railroad workers. The ...

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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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