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We arrived late in the afternoon and the Red Dog was crowded with cruise shippers - should we wait in line or not? Well we did wait and some more members of our group arrived so there was about a dozen Aussies in total. We...More
Piano player is funny and entertaining. Sawdust floor, animals on the walls,just a fun place to stop for a drink and or a snack as we did. The dusty animals can use a little cleaning but worth the stop.
Extremely crowded, extremely long wait to get in and the food was extremely average!
Atmosphere had a fun vibe. We were there for late lunch/early dinner. Perhaps just stopping in for a drink would be a better option.
You must visit this saloon and enter through the swinging doors, walk across the sawdust laden floor, and be hosted by a "floozy" dressed in a costume of the day with decolletage revealing a lot of cleavage. In the back of the bar area, there...More
My husband and I stopped in here while in Juneau. We didn’t have any of the food, but had a few beers. We went mostly for the novelty, which is the fun of this place. When inside, you do feel like you are stepping back...More
This saloon dates back to the mining era and was moved to its present location in whole in1988. It is open 7 days a week and cruise passengers jump in here like ourselves to enjoy a real sawdust floor and attractive and interesting atmosphere. Try...More
It is within walking distance (if fit) as you can see the ship from town, but this was deceptive as it was further than it looked! However, we got on the free shuttle bus which picks up from the bus station in the middle of... More
It is within walking distance (if fit) as you can see the ship from town, but this was deceptive as it was further than it looked! However, we got on the free shuttle bus which picks up from the bus station in the middle of town as this maximises your time and saves you the time walking back. I seem to recall there was a long gradual uphill bit first on the way back.