There will come a point during your night in Los Alamos when all the restaurants and tasting rooms close up and you’ll wonder what happens next. The answer is 1880 Saloon. This rowdy bar on the ground floor of the Union Hotel is not just the only place in town that’s open past 9pm, it’s also the most debaucherous spot you’ll encounter all weekend. Originally built in 1880, destroyed in a fire in 1893, then rebuilt (and reopened) in 1915, this historic saloon is where every night owl in town goes for fantastic people-watching, ill-advised rounds of whiskey shots, and conversations no one will remember in the morning.
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