The Inn served as a stop on the Underground Railroad during the American Civil War. During prohibition it was called a restaurant although beer was still being made in the basement, and later it housed a brothel until 1953.
The Inn is the oldest commercial building in the city. Its tin ceiling dates to 1890 and the oak bar is also over a century old. The Inn has operated under its current name since 1963, and has hosted many legendary blues performers during that time, inlcuding Edgar Winter, John Mayall, and Albert Collins.
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Edited by Rust1978 on 2 Mar 2008, 22:52
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