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Mike and Annie’s Penny Bar

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Mike and Annie were married in 1961 in Eureka. They visited McKittrick to visit a relative while on their honeymoon. Mike’s first impression wasn’t so good but later he came to love the place. They moved to McKittrick for a time, then back to Eureka, then back to McKittrick again, then back to Eureka, then finally returned to McKittrick to stay in 1998 when they bought the MaKittrick Hotel. The hotel no longer rents room but the café and bar are popular with locals and tourists. The most unique thing about the bar are the one million pennies glued to just about every available surface. When they bought the bar, Annie asked Mike to cover the bar with pennies and he did. Only then did he realize she meant not just the bar (the counter you sit at) but the Bar (the whole room). Mike got back to work. Today there is a café in front, bar behind, a side dining area, and a patio. Road Trip when this place was visited.
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23273 CA-33
, McKittrick, CA 93251
Phone: (661) 762-7676

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Monday - Saturday, 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sunday, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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