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Originally known as the Golden Eagle Brewery, this establishment was one of early Tombstone's first and finest saloons. Named after its builder, Benjamin Wehrfritz, the Wehrfritz Building was expanded by adding a second story to house the offices for such notables as U.S. Deputy Marshal Virgil Earp, attorney George W. Berry, and Dr. George E. Goodfellow. It is even known that "Buckskin" Frank Leslie and Bat Masterson worked here for a time. Wyatt Earp, himself ran the Faro games. 

Today the spirit of the Crystal Palace, is in the hands of your hostess Miss Kimmie, her family and her employees who are all dedicated to keeping the spirit of the Old West alive! Enjoy and relive the one of a kind history of Tombstone's Crystal Palace Saloon!