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A Pflugerville Icon Since 1903

One of the oldest and historical bars in central Texas that was established in 1903. The bar made a transformation and became a general store during prohibition era from 1920 to 1933. Prohibition ended with the ratification on December 5, 1933, and the general store became a bar once again. The Whiskey Room. 


Located off East Pecan Street, we are Pflugerville's favorite neighborhood tavern with a vintage wood bar and an expansive live music room. Offering a variety of entertainment including billiards, darts, arcades, video jukebox, sports on large TVs, and sweepstakes games. Our full bar offers a variety of draft and bottled domestic/imported beers and specialty craft cocktails. The Whiskey Room is the perfect place to catch up with friends, watch the game, drink cold beer, play some games, or grab a special crafted cocktail. 


Pflugerville is a city in Travis County, Texas, United States, with a small portion in Williamson County. Pflugerville is a suburb of Austin and part of the Austin–Round Rock– Metropolitan Statistical Area. It was named after the original German Settlers who farmed the area; Pflüger means "plowman".

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