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Patterson’s Pub

Patterson’s Pub

For a little bit of Ireland on the Pacific Ocean, come to Mendocino’s Patterson’s Pub. A traditional Irish pub, with healthy comfort pub food and the best stocked bar north of the Golden Gate Bridge. Located in the heart of historic Mendocino Village between the grocery store and the firehouse. On September 6, 1989, Tony and Mary Anne sat nursing a Guinness in a pub on the Dingle Peninsula of Ireland and Patterson’s was conceived. With a bit of Irish…

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Papermill Creek Saloon

Papermill Creek Saloon

The Papermill Creek Saloon, built in 1907, was originally a cafe and an ice cream parlor with a few rooms to rent. By 1938, however, ice cream gave way to headier libations; it has been a saloon ever since. Tales abound about the place. A bullet hole in the bar is said to bear witness to a jealous husbands poor aim. The locals can recall countless love affairs that began and ended many a marriage around that bar. One such…

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William Tell Hotel

William Tell Hotel

Marin County’s Oldest Saloon — Established in 1877 The William Tell Hotel is a bar and restaurant featuring prime rib, roast duck, and seafood pasta. However, beef is king! Walking into the bar is like walking onto the set of a Western movie. The bar is long…real long. And after a Friday night football game at Tomales High School, it’s hopping. It’s a place where the locals hang out to eat, drink and watch the games on TV. Hours Open:…

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