According to locals, the original use for the 1900s building was as a Ford dealership; diners sit in what was originally the car showroom. In 1936 it became Roy D. Hopkins Feed & Seed; original tin ceiling, transoms, doors, floors, glass windows, east side brick wall; appetizers, antipasti, salads, "hop"-dogs, sandwiches, pizza, dessert; the old corner bar
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