Valley saloons are long in the tooth – in a good way.
Rusty Spur Saloon
Scottsdale’s oldest bar celebrates 70 years in 2021. Built in 1921 as the Farmer’s Bank of Scottsdale, it was converted to a saloon in 1951. These days, the vaults are full of booze.
Harold’s Cave Creek Corral
This rowdy institution opened as the Corral Bar in 1935. When Harold Gavagan purchased it in 1950, he christened it Harold’s Cave Creek Corral.
Superstition Restaurant & Saloon
Located east of Mesa, Tortilla Flat’s first saloon washed away in 1942. Its modern incarnation opened in 1988, with the same chili.