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cowboys drinking in the saloon after their work was done for the day
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But in a corner of the saloon attached to the legal brothel at Ash Meadows, just across the Nevada line, the underemployed park ranger and philosopher worked on a new manuscript.
Indeed in his hometown, Wynn is credited with taking the city’s casinos from the era of gin joints and saloons into modern luxury resorts, with suites and art galleries and high-end dining.
Outdoor patios, billiards, shuffleboard and arcade games await at this two-story saloon.
In nearly every two-bit Irish saloon, there's a weekly jam session.
Long known as a supplier of workhorse barware to saloons around the country, Cocktail Kingdom is now showing that its design sense puts it on par with some of our favorite home designers.
In 1893, Emile Commander opened a saloon and restaurant at Washington Avenue and Coliseum Street in the building that would become Commander's Palace Restaurant.
Photo: Martyn Goddard/Corbis/Getty Images Months before its ultra-luxury saloon hits the roads early next year, the all-new Rolls-Royce Phantom VIII has sold out in the Gulf, according to Rolls Royce Motor Cars Ltd, a unit of BMW AG.
After Prohibition, bars and saloons began opening up, clustering around Maxime's.
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