Below is a list of Pioche Bars. Wet your whistle at our area bars, including Alamo Club & Liquor Outlet, Eagle Valley Resort, Nevada Club, and Overland Hotel & Saloon. Or fill up your gas tank and pick up a quick six-pack at Tillie’s Mini Mart or A & B Sinclair Full Service.
Alamo Club & Liquor Outlet
723 Main Street, Pioche, Nevada • 775-962-5116
When visiting Pioche be sure to swing by for a cold beverage at the Alamo Club & Liquor Outlet. Originally built in the 1860s as the Wells Fargo Freight Office and Pioche Bank, the building converted to The Alamo Club Bar in 1901, then later the Alamo Club & Liquor Outlet. Sure there were tons of mining accidents and other causes of death during those early prospecting days, but Pioche in particular was known as quite the rowdy little community. With nearly 60% of the murders in the state occurring in Pioche, it should come as no surprise that the Alamo Club Bar was nicknamed the “Bucket of Blood Saloon!” It has even been said that famous gunslingers like Doc Holliday and Butch Cassidy frequented the establishment during those years.
While the bar has changed hands numerous times and gone through a variety of name changes, it has remained a saloon all these years and oozes Nevada character. With every modern day convenience imaginable, it still has tons of Nevada charm. Appreciate the modern conveniences, but be sure to take note of the original bank vault in the back of the bar.
The Alamo Club & Liquor Outlet offers live entertainment and dancing on Labor Day Weekend and other holidays throughout the year, or you can dance to our Wurlitzer Juke Box. We offer Big Screen TV for sporting events, and also packaged liquor, beer and wine for your convenience. Swing by for icy cold beverages or pizza, live entertainment, billiards, or even gaming as the Alamo Club & Liquor Outlet boasts the largest single jackpot payout in the entire county! Put this amazing place on your next itinerary and swig some suds in a piece of Nevada’s alluring history.
Eagle Valley Resort
Nv-322 Ursine, Pioche • 775-962-5293
Take a step away from the big city and enjoy scenic Eagle Valley Resort, located 15 miles North East of Pioche, NV and 3 miles down stream from Eagle Valley Reservoir. We are in a VERY rural area! There will be no cell service for most people. The Wi-Fi can be sketchy…you may have it one minute and not the next. Leave the work at home. We’re a perfect spot for a breath of fresh air. Fishing, hiking, hunting, and four-wheel riding will give you just enough country for a relaxing vacation! We offer cabins and RV spots for a peaceful nights sleep. When you’re ready for a drink after your fun filled day we have a fully complimented saloon that is always guaranteed to keep you entertained. If you forget something at home, we also have a small store with many of your camping and fishing necessities. Bring games to play with the kids (reconnect), your walking shoes to take a stroll down a country road (watch for the eagles, deer and turkey’s), and chairs so that you can lay back at night to look at the stars. This is a perfect get away from the constant digital life we all live. Come join the relaxation and have fun!
Come on inside to the bar! Hot coffee in the morning and cold beer during the day! Play a game of pool or video poker!
Fun Entertainment on the weekends!
Overland Hotel & Saloon
662 Main Street, Pioche, Nevada • 775-962-5895
While you can still visit an actual miner’s abode in the rear of the property today, a Chinese family formerly owned the property that the Overland sits on today in the early 1900s. The Overland originally sat just around the corner from its present location, but during the 1940s a terrible restaurant fire wiped out most of Pioche. The original Overland burned to the ground, but was reconstructed in 1948 in its current location and stands exactly as you see it today. Determined to create a more lasting building, the exterior walls are made up of poured concrete and brick, then covered in stucco.
Despite the fact that this is one of Lincoln County’s most popular hotels today, that wasn’t the only business that ran out of this historic building. When the hotel was originally reconstructed in 1948, the entire bottom floor initially operated as a dance hall and grocery store, and the second floor housed doctors offices and hotel rooms. True to Wild West form, the only part of the Overland Hotel & Saloon that is exactly the same then as it is today is the saloon. Interestingly, the massive cherry wood bar that is in the saloon today was reconstructed after being housed in a bank and brought to the Overland from Kimberly, NV.
The Nevada Club
738 Main Street, Pioche, Nevada • 775-962-5170
Having undergone extensive remodeling in the past few years, Pioche’s Nevada Club is a mighty fine place to check out for some tasty refreshments when exploring the area. Located in the core of Pioche’s historic downtown, revitalize yourself with pizza, a game of billiards, gaming, or friendly conversation with the locals. No matter how you spend your time at the Nevada Club, it will be well spent in this slice of history. Add it to your next itinerary to Pioche!