Antique decor and wood floors will remind you of saloons of yesteryear. The bar stands within a listed National Historic ... More
East Bank Saloon
Antique decor and wood floors will remind you of saloons of yesteryear. The bar stands within a listed National Historic Landmark from the 19th Century and has an appealing charm to it. Meet with friends over a cold pitcher of beer or glass of wine. A full-service bar is available, so feel free to request your favorite cocktail. Enjoy an excellent selection of burgers for a bargain or sample one of the delicious, hearty weekend breakfasts. East Bank was one of the city's first bars to cater to sports fans and the tradition continues. Eight well-placed screens ensure you will never miss that big game. Enjoy the back patio for social gatherings. Large groups are well accommodated and the restaurant offers some great facilities for private functions. Call ahead or check website to know more.
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