Leah's Guidebook

Leah

Leah's Guidebook

Old Western Bar
The Old Saloon is an absolute MUST on your trip through Paradise Valley. The 119 year old bar is rich in character and intriguing local history, having been burned to the ground once before and rebuilt in 1907; to serving railway men, cowboys, and outlaws for over 100 years. Stop in and enjoy a locally crafted beer, or a chicken fried steak, and learn about the old Wild West.
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Old Saloon
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The Old Saloon is an absolute MUST on your trip through Paradise Valley. The 119 year old bar is rich in character and intriguing local history, having been burned to the ground once before and rebuilt in 1907; to serving railway men, cowboys, and outlaws for over 100 years. Stop in and enjoy a locally crafted beer, or a chicken fried steak, and learn about the old Wild West.
Historic Resort
Chico Hot Springs is the historic crowning jewel of Paradise Valley. The hot springs resort was originally built in 1900, by Bill and Percie Knowles, as a hotel and restaurant. But later, after Bill’s death, was partially turned into a hospital where people from all over would travel to soak in the warm waters that were believed to possess healing abilities. Percie eventually devolved a mental illness and died sometime in the 1930’s, but Percie’s old ghost is said to still wander the grounds to this day. Today, Chico’s thermal pools and fine dining restaurant are world famous. The restaurant has one of the most exquisite wine cellars in the north western part of the U.S., and the head chef has been a multiple times James Beard Award semi-finalist. You would be a fool to pass up a visit to Chico.
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Chico Hot Springs
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