Old Genoa Bar Nevada

Genoa Bar Nevada's Oldest Saloon
 
 
In 1863, Al Livingston built this building and called it Livingston's' Exchange. In 1884, Frank Fettic bought it and renamed it Fettic's Exchange. He operated it as a "Gentleman's saloon" allowing no rough stuff or excessive drinking.

It subsequently had three more owners until 1963 when Robert Carver purchased it. Now know as the "Old Genoa Bar" it is the oldest continually operating thirst parlor in the state of Nevada. "No Horses allowed."
 
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