Glur’s Tavern 1876 Christmas Bulb

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Glur’s is the oldest continuously operated Tavern west of the Missouri River. Back in 1876, two Swiss brothers, Joseph and William Bucher, built what was then called the Bucher Saloon. An early helper in the Saloon was the young Louis Glur who purchased it in 1914. He and his family operated it up until a few years ago when it was sold in 1992 to Todd and Carrie Trofholz. The Two Story building is located on the corner of 23rd Ave. and 11th St. The spacious bar and dining room area are filled with old wooden tables and chairs, a great place for soup, burgers and your favorite beverage. The Saloon that was frequented by Buffalo Bill during his visits to Columbus in 1880’s was entered into the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. This is the Fifth Edition from the series Memories of Columbus, NE that came out in 1996.