This saloon looks as though it was plucked right out of the wild west with its old wood paneling and antlers to greet you at the door. In a city filled with movie sets, one would think that the atmosphere here is staged, but that’s not the case. The building which dates back to the 1900s was originally a general store and post office. Its unique charm has brought many famous people through the door—Bob Dylan reportedly once accompanied Dolly Parton on the upright piano. The menu offers hearty southern dishes like “Old Place” beef stew and chicken pot pie, but you’ll want to order one of their delicious steaks.