Friday, June 14, 2013
Legs Inn on Father's Day
The historic resturant/bar dates to the 1920s when Stanley Smolak, a Polish immigrant and auto worker, came to the small town and started to fashion the building from twisted forms of wood and stone.
The family opened a restaurant in the unique structure and offered Polish food. The family still operates the distinctive structure that's a hold over from the era of roadside attractions. For more information, and a look at the menu, go to www.legsinn.com.