Palace Restaurant & Saloon | Whiskey Row, Prescott, AZ | Phoenix Day Trips

Today’s location: The Palace Restaurant and Saloon, Arizona’s oldest bar in Prescott, AZ (on Whiskey Row)! Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday were among the patrons here. I take a tour and taste the food to see what this historical bar and restaurant is all about. The tales and history of the Palace Saloon are fascinating.

This is definitely one of the things to do and places to eat and visit if you are in Prescott and it’s just a day trip from Phoenix, Arizona in North Central Arizona!

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11 Replies to “Palace Restaurant & Saloon | Whiskey Row, Prescott, AZ | Phoenix Day Trips”

  1. Love the vids! I’m moving to san tan valley in a week from western washington so i will not be used to the extreme heat. Is Prescott a fair bit cooler than the valley? Also, have you considered daily vlogs or at least 3-4 times a week just kind of daily life vlogs?

    1. Prescott is definitely cooler than the Valley. It can be 20-30 degrees cooler in fact so it can feel like another world on a nice weekend visit.

      I usually do all my recording on the weekends, because I have not felt like recording most evenings after work. I’ll never say never to daily “life” vlogs, but for now it’s not in the works. It can take awhile on the weekends just getting the other “Arizona” vids done. Lol Oh and welcome to the Valley!

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