Red Dog Saloon

The Red Dog Saloon is a drinking establishment at 278 South Franklin Street in Juneau, Alaska, U.S. The Red Dog has been recognized by the Alaska Legislature for its longevity as the oldest man-made tourist attraction in Juneau.

The Red Dog Saloon
View of the interior.

HistoryEdit

Founded during Juneau's mining era, the Saloon has been in operation for decades. For a time, "Ragtime Hattie" played the piano in white gloves and a silver dollar halter top. Later, in territorial days, the owners would often meet the tour boats at the docks with a mule that wore a sign saying, "follow my ass to the Red Dog Saloon."

The saloon hosted an episode of The Ed Sullivan Show just after Alaska became a state.[1]

Memorabilia displayedEdit

 
Wyatt Earp's pistol at the Red Dog Saloon

Established by Earl and Thelma Forsythe

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ APRN story on the Red Dog[full citation needed]

External linksEdit

Coordinates: 58°17′56″N 134°24′14″W / 58.299°N 134.404°W / 58.299; -134.404