Matt’s Longhorn Saloon has been a part of Prescott’s famous "Whiskey Row" since the early
1960’s and is still going strong today as one of Prescott’s last true Honky
Tonks. Occupying the historic D. Levy Building, built in 1901 as a mercantile, then
becoming a saloon just at the end of prohibition in 1934, Matt’s Saloon has become
an internationally recognized and highly acclaimed destination place for country music. Great country
western acts such as Buck Owens, Lee Hazelwood and Waylon Jennings entertained
Matt’s customers in the early to mid 60’s and more recently, in 2003, Andy
Griggs and Leland Martin performed. Even legendary rock & roller Bruce Springsteen has a special
connection with Matt’s Saloon.
With all that aside, we invite you to belly up to the bar, make a friend, enjoy a cold one
and two-step the night away on our magnificent 1200 square foot oak dance floor. Take a
look back in time as our picture-covered walls capture the endless memories Matt’s
has given to many over the past forty years. Don’t forget, if anyone asks you
“Where’d ya get dem red eyes?”
... you just tell 'em at Matt’s
So Giter’ Done!