"It's not much to look at, and in fact, you might think it was abandoned long ago if you just happened upon it, but to the locals, it's pretty much the life blood of their little community.
It started life way back in 1891 as the Richland Saloon and then it kind of morphed into a general store with a bar.
Then in 1951, Marilyn Weiss and her late husband Marvin bought it and therein lies our tale. They started serving barbecue to-go and the legend grew. People couldn't get enough of the stuff. It got so famous they started making movies there. Even Hollywood loved the place, except for one guy; Burt Reynolds."
- Canon EOS 5D Mark III