I visited this bar after a suggestion from a good friend and was thoroughly impressed. The owner came up to me and introduced himself and explained the history of the establishment. Built before the Great Flood of the early 's, the building still has the original timber support beams. The decor is decorated with classic motorcycles and the food was excellent. They had Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale on tap one of my favorite beers , and the owner suggested the gumbo, but I went with the chili cheese fries and hog wheels with BBQ pork. It was not expensive and I returned a few days later to impress my best friend, and he was.