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COME ENJOY AN after work cocktail or an evening of camaraderie and good music. Peerless Saloon patrons always find every visit truly "historic". Join us, and enjoy the charm and elegance of a turn-of-the-century bar with turn-of-the millennium quality and service. The Peerleess was entered on the National Register of Historic Places by The Department of the Interior on October 3 1985.
Top Shelf Liquors. Anniston's largest and coldest selection of Imported and Domestic beer, and the best Bloody Marys & Martinis anywhere!
Book your party at The Peerless Saloon in the Historic Atlanta Room. Upstairs at Anniston's most distinctive place of cheer; the perfect place for a party with glowing fireplaces and warm atmosphere! Suitable for Live Entertainment. Design your own scheme! Special Packages. Book your meeting or private parties in the Historic Atlanta Room, a former turn of the century brothel.
THE PEERLESS WAS established in 1899 under the proprietorship of philanthropist Robert E. "Daddy" Garner. Garner operated the Peerless until his death in 1919 at the age of 52. The Peerless was best known for the whiskey Garner served - Old Wildcat. Aged but not weakened, Old Wildcat was bought by the barrel and bottled in a 7-ounce "a scant” bottle, with “a scant" measuring slightly less than half a pint. Old Wildcat bottles were blown at a glass factory in Tallapoosa, Georgia owned by Garner. Unfortunately for Garner and the Peerless patrons, the factory and all of its precious stock of wild feline intoxicant went up in flames.
13 West 10th Street, Anniston, AL 36201
Tuesday open 11 am close 10 pm
Wednesday open 11 am close 10 pm
Thursday open 11 am close after Midnight
Friday open 11 am close after Midnight
Saturday open 11 am close after Midnight
Closed on Sunday
Closed on Monday