Customers Testimonials

Ruben Ruiz reviewed 1836 Saloon — 5 star

When I first walked in I didn’t know what to expect. I felt comfortable with the warm welcome and great service. Really enjoyed the Veterans wall. I was told that when a person who has served in the military and visited there sent them their military picture. Most of the regular customers are Veterans. I am a Marine veteran so I really felt like I was part of the group. Thanks for making us feel welcome.


Maryellen Kerwin-Reynolds reviewed 1836 Saloon — 5 star

Great Place. Staff is very friendly. Service was Excellent. My husband and I wanted to try a new place, and got a whole bunch of great stuff all in one! Great bar, Free pool on Thursdays, and The food was the best we have EVER had going out! Not to mention a cool jukebox. Even the locals were friendly too. Can’t wait to go there again. 5 STARS!


      Good food and a great value. Outside looks like a big barn, inside when you first enter with your husband and kids looks like you should leave. Don't! Don't judge a book by its cover. You don't know at first what you are walking into as the front area is dive local bar with pool tables and jukebox. Dining area in back is clean and basic.  Very casual hometown eatery.  Food is very good. Service is pretty slow. Waitress came to us quickly to take order and drinks, but the food took forever.  Waitstaff and owner are very nice, and the owner is a Veteran. We were proud to patronize here.  I would give it 4 Stars, but it wasn't crowded at all and it took very long time to get our food. That said, the food was very good.

    thumb Colette G.

      So this waa interesting food was GREAT.   But, atmosphere yuk.... But, server was extremely nice.  But didn't enjoy the smell of cigarette smoke coming into the restaurant.

    thumb Lisa Marie S.

      Right down the street from me. I hit it every Friday evening. Pool tables, darts, some video games, good jukebox, good food, cool owner, and great,  gorgeous waitresses. Damn fine beer selection.

    thumb Mike D.