3 of the Oldest Restaurants Across America Worth VisitingAcross America Food The List
Kristina Guerrero found a bunch of eateries across the U.S. that have been around for over a hundred years and are still going strong. Here are three of our favorite old restaurants where distinguished meets delicious across America.
1. The Palace Restaurant and Saloon in Prescott, Arizona
Iconic Whiskey Row once hosted the likes of wild west legends like Wyatt Earp and Doc Holiday. While those legends are long gone, The Palace remains serving up moonshine and old fashions. While it’s been renovated, the original bar remains the same.
2. Buckhorn Exchange Restaurant in Denver, Colorado
You don’t find a lot of places that has as much memorabilia as this spot does, which includes JFK’s fishing license and an authentic Native American wedding day dress worn by the niece of Indian chief Sitting Bull. And the same kind of meat that you’ll see on the menu is the same meat you might see hanging on the wall.
3. Cattlemen’s Steakhouse in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
For over 100 years this steakhouse has been serving American beef because it is the best beef. No wonder it is so doggone famous.