The building at 120 N. Main Street was purchased in late 1975 and remodeling began for a restaurant and bar.  Coy Jankowsky, one of the original owners and designer of the restaurant, purchased a collection of antique stained glass windows in Nashville, In. The stained glass is all backlit to imitate the effects of sun shining through.  Other antique artifacts include a carrousel horse and a pot belly stove.

The Restaurant opened in July of 1976 by Coy Jankowsky, Tom Wilson, Bruce Tassell and Pat Tassell.  

Picture of original owners was taken for the 30th anniversary July 2006

                         Pat, Coy, Tom, Bruce
Pat (current owner), Coy (founded Zygys Design Group, a marketing and design company), Tom (founded Between the Buns Restaurant), Bruce (current owner)

The name of the restaurant...originally, Doc Pierce's Saloon was inspired by this sign on the side of the building. When the building next door burned and was torn down, the sign was revealed.
  Dr. Pierce was a patent medicine salesman in the early 1900's

      

The original sign said "Cures Weak Women" across the bottom

 

 

 

 

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