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10 12 Lounge
Cottonwood, AZ
Photo courtesy M.C. Morrissey


Check out the 10 12 Lounge in Arizona and its neon sign out front. This place proudly advertises it package liquors.

There's always more liquor available here.


(Far left) The sign that says good food open



UPDATE 08/13 : Here's a more recent photo of the 10-12 Lounge in Clarkdale. Many thanks to Tony Craig for photo


10 12 Lounge
Clarkdale, AZ
Photo courtesy Tony Craig






Sultana Bar
Williams, AZ
Photo courtesy Jodey Elsner

Route 66Here's the "world famous" Sultana Bar located off Route 66 in Williams, AZ. The Sultana Bar originally opened in 1906.


Sultana Bar sign close-up
Photo courtesy Tim Hewett





Sultana Bar
Williams, AZ
Photo courtesy Paul Bauke

Route 66Here's another shot of this sign calling out "package goods" and "cocktails." This sign is found off of Route 66 in the Entrance to the Grand Canyon town of Williams, AZ. 08-06

UPDATE : The Sultana Bar opened in 1912. Word is the bar holds the record of holding the longest continuous liquor license in the state of Arizona. The building once housed a silent movie theatre and a billiards hall. The Sultana is also said to be haunted by former patrons of the bar. 06-23





Kingman Club (Closed)
Kingman, AZ
Photo courtesy Allen Sandquist

Here's the Kingman Club of Kingman, AZ. The club opened ini 1944. Featuring a couple of martini glasses next to a neon sign, the Kingman Club can be found just a block off of Route 66.

Kingman Club marquee - another shot
Kingman, AZ
Photo courtesy Kelly Coalier


UPDATE 10/08 : The Kingman Club is closed and for sale. 10-08


UPDATE 11/20 : The Kingman Club was restored in the past decade, relit its sign and opened for business again. Unfortunately Covid-19 came and the Kingman had to close down again. Hopefully its temporary this time.


Another view of the Kingman Club
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com









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