THANK YOU SO MUCH to the 70+ of you who stepped up to help the staff during our closure.
This campaign will be shut down this Easter Sunday the 12th.
100% of the funds distributed to the bar staff early next week.
We're grateful for your support.
The corner saloon is where you go to celebrate your best days and get over your worst.
Since the summer of 1978, the Last Dollar has had its jukebox on and cold beers in the big white fridge, serving the good people of Telluride and its visiting supporters.
This historic building was built by L.L. Nunn in 1899 and shortly thereafter became the home of a popular gaming saloon ("the National Club") that thrived until closure by the onset of Prohibition.
The Last Dollar has been closed by the onset of this terrible virus.
We appreciate your patronage and miss you.
We'll be back.
Last Dollar Saloon
-- est. 1978 --
- Maggie & Sam McNichols
- Gregg and Monique Anderson
- Riley & Gardner Halloran
- Kathleen & Jason Merritt