Paul and Jerry's Saloon was established as the Senate Saloon in 1899. It was sold not long after that and has been run by the same family since then. It has a long marble topped bar along one wall with a great backbar. There is a jukebox and a piano for music and a small dancefloor. There are also pool tables and dartboards in the back. The current owner, named Jerry Paul after his father and grandfather, dresses in jeans, a western shirt and a black cowboy hat. He was very friendly and I really enjoyed our talk.
Dress Code: Casual. Cowboy and Biker gear welcome.
There is not much of a 'night life' in Jerome. Since there are only 300-500 residents of Jerome, the majority of the town is catered to visitors, and the majority of visitors are there during the day. The only place where I noticed any people hanging out after dinner was at the bar attached to the Connor Hotel (sorry, I don't remember what it was called).
Dress Code: Shirt and Shoes required (I think).