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|330 1st Street, Marysville, CA 95901|
The Silver Dollar Saloon is located at the corner of D and 1st Streets in Marysville, next door to the Bok Kai Temple. It is one of the oldest historical landmarks in Marysville. It was built in 1851 and, until 1972, it ran a brothel on its second floor.
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the Silver Dollar Saloon was known as the Guadalajara Café and owned by Natividad Corona, the half-brother of local serial killer Juan Corona. Juan Corona attacked and mutilated one of his victims in the restroom there. (The victim survived.) As a result of this and other events in its past, some people allege that the Silver Dollar Saloon is haunted.
The Silver Dollar Saloon advertises in the Territorial Dispatch, among other local media outlets.
Sandwiches (including Famous Steak, Philly Cheese Steak, Tri-Tip, Tri-Tip Melt, BBQ Pork, Chicken-n-Pepper, Crispy Chicken, Cold Ranch, Half Ranch, French Dip, Hot Pastrami, and Grilled Cheese)
Burgers (including Buffalo, Silver Dollar, Western Bacon, Mushroom Jack, Teriyaki Pineapple, Open-Faced Chili, and Buckaroo)
Quesadillas (Cheese, Chicken, and Super)
Steaks (including Wrangler Cut, Cowboy Cut, City Slicker, and Tri-Tip)
Chicken (including Grilled Yard Bird, Chicken Finger, and Tequila Lime)
Combo (including Tip-n-Chick)
Ribs (including Half Rack and Full Rack)
Blog Entry by a visitor to the Silver Dollar Saloon
Serial Killer Juan Vallejo Corona and His Connection to the Silver Dollar Saloon
"Marysville's Haunted History" by Nancy Pasternack, Appeal-Democrat, October 31, 2008