Odeon Saloon

Originally opened in 1863, the Odeon Saloon is the oldest watering hole in Dayton. The historic building has retained its wild west charms, and continues to sling local beers, spirits, and cocktails made with high-quality ingredients and fresh fruit.

Named for an ancient Greek word meaning a building for singing, music, and poetry, the Odeon Saloon has kept the spirited party going since 1863.

Belly up to the bar inside this two-story brick saloon and treat yourself to a signature cocktail. Enjoy a Mark Twain (his favorite drink) while shooting pool in the same room Twain himself did, or sip a Marilyn Margarita – it’s named for the cherry print dress she wore in “The Misfits,” which was filmed at the Odeon Saloon! You can also recreate the paddle ball scene from the same movie, which was the last for Monroe and Clark Gable.

Line dancing, live music, history lectures, and other special events add to the fun, casual atmosphere at the Odeon.


Odeon Saloon is open from 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM Tuesday through Saturday, and closed Sunday and Monday.


Pardners must be 21 and older to enter the Odeon Saloon.

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North Central, Nevada




North Central