In a town rich with history, being able to say you're the oldest anything is impressive — never mind being the oldest bar on the Riverwalk. Yet that's a distinction that The Esquire Tavern holds. Opened in 1933 to celebrate the end of Prohibition, it's been going strong ever since, serving up inventive cocktails in a classic setting. Even the names are inventive — see, for instance, Capone's Revolver, made from Templeton rye whiskey, cofee liqueur, and Fire & Damnation bitters, or the Texecutioner, a mixture of mezcal, D'artisti Xtabentun, Cocchi Americano and grapefruit. Want yet another tidbit of trivia? Word has it that the bar is the longest in the state, measuring out to over 100 feet.