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Pioneer Saloon

If you're interested in exploring other parts of Nevada or just want to get away from Las Vegas, Pioneer Saloon in Goodsprings is the place to visit!  This saloon was built back in 1913 and is full of history:


Gate to the outdoor dining area

Just walk on over to the general store next to the saloon
and order your food.

I got the Alaskan Salmon Burger.  The patty was grilled just right!  It came
with addicting kettle chips and I got to choose my toppings.  The owner
recommended me to try the ghost chili sauce with my burger.  I was
hesitant to get it because I can't handle very spicy foods, but he assured me
it wasn't that spicy... He was right, the sauce went great with my burger!

Outlaw Chicken Nachos

If you want to cook your own food instead you can rent a grill and they'll
supply the food!

Fire pit

Loaded Gun Baked Potato- I was still hungry and got this HUGE baked
potato, I think the owner was shocked that I was still ordering food!
This potato is topped with a generous serving of chili and cheese, it was quite a
(second) hearty meal.

Centennial bricks

Pioneer Saloon is fairly easy to find.  Just take the I-15 South from Las Vegas to Exit 12, turn right, next you'll see the road that leads to Goodsprings, drive 7 more miles and you'll see the saloon on the right side.

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