Whiskey Row is full of some of Prescott's oldest history. This street is named Whiskey Row because of the large number of saloons in one place. Whiskey Row developed after a fire in July of 1900 destroyed the entire block. When reconstructed, there was an inordinate amount of bars rebuilt in the area. At one point the block hosted a total of 40 saloons.
Come on up and enjoy some good old Prescott hospitality at the Jersey Lilly Saloon. We are in the ce...nter of beautiful downtown Prescott, Arizona. Located upstairs in the Palace Historical Building on Whiskey Row, with the only Balcony overlooking the Courthouse Square!
Climb up the stairs (or take the elevator!) and have a front row seat on all the action in Prescott’s Courthouse Square!
Matt’s Longhorn Saloon has been a part of Prescott’s famous "Whiskey Row" since the early 1960s ...and is still going strong today as one of Prescott’s last true Honky Tonks. Occupying the historic D. Levy Building, built in 1901 as a mercantile, then becoming a saloon just at the end of prohibition in 1934, Matt’s Saloon has become an internationally recognized and highly acclaimed destination place for country music. Great country western acts such as Buck Owens, Lee Hazelwood and Waylon Jennings entertained Matt’s customers in the early to mid 60’s and more recently, in 2003, Andy Griggs and Leland Martin performed. Even legendary rock & roller Bruce Springsteen has a special connection with Matt’s Saloon.
THE BIRD CAGE SALOON, one of the oldest on historic Whiskey row in Prescott, AZ, was established by ...Bill Stamm in 1969. It has been operated by the Stamm Family for half a century. Bill’s great-uncle was a lifetime collector of taxidermy birds which was the inspiration for the Saloons name.
John and Kathi always dreamed of owning a Popcorn Shop on Whiskey Row in Prescott, AZ. and wanted to... expand their small stand at Young's Farm into a year round business. Together, their hard work, planning, market research, elbow grease, creativity, and tenacity enabled them to accomplish their Dream in 2002. "Treat Center On Courthouse Square", opened in the old "Sam Hill" building. With the original 16 foot high tin ceilings, it's a great setting to remember all the old fashioned treats.
Consistency of Freashness, Quality, and Value are the upmost importance in the growth of "Treat Center on Courthouse Square". All products are produced without preservatives. We will not compomise the quality of our product for a lower priced ingredient, or a shortcut in time. Everything is homemade, and handmade.Our goal is to allow your tastebuds, and the smell of our tantalizing aromas, to bring back childhood memories and create new memories for you and your loved ones. The "Treat Center on Courthouse Square" is truly for the Young and Young at Heart.
For those who love the great outdoors, Prescott has so much to offer. Camping is just the start of a wonderland of adventure waiting for you.
Historic Downtown Prescott is always bustling art, entertainment and things to do. From picnics to art classes, there's something for everyone.
Our Prescott Event Calendar is full of festivals, workshops, art fairs, concerts and classes. Browse or add your event.
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