Del Charro Saloon
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Del Charro Saloon information
Attached to Inn of the Governors, this popular pub is an atmospheric place with copper-topped tables, lots of vegetation and a blazing fire in the winter. In summer the patio opens up and tables spill onto the sidewalk. It serves giant, inexpensive margaritas and delicious pub grub well into the night.