Sunday, November 16, 2014

Rubbish Tuesday #29

This week I'm posting an old building that has housed several different restaurants. This was formerly Beef and Bean. I assume it was sold, thus the name change to...

...Big Foot's B-B-Q.


I'm wondering if Bigfoot or Big Foot hunts the meat, cooks the meat, or is the meat.


One day we may stop and check it out.


I will admit he looks a little scary on this sign.


This barn was just down the road from Big Foot's place. It is old and rusty and does fit with Rubbish Tuesday, but I'm linking it to
 The Barn Collective

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Thanks for stopping by. I hope you will join in the fun.

My idea was to have a place to post 'old things'. Anything old
and/or deteriorating such as, but not limited to, old houses, barns, outbuildings, old cars, rusty things, antiques, interesting junk, or it can be something in pristine condition, but just old. 

 
1. Link to a post featuring photos of something old.
2. Link back to Rubbish by Roan in your post.
3. As time allows, visit other participants and comment on their posts.
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23 comments:

Bruce Clark said...

I have to agree with you Roan it doesn't sound tasty at all.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

I love BBQ....but this may just have some weird wild taste to it.

Tom said...

Most BBQ joints around here lok a bit rough. Tom The Backroads Traveller

EG CameraGirl said...

I wouldn't stop there either! NO THANKS!

TexWisGirl said...

pretty cute, though.

Linda Kay said...

BigFoot's doesn't sound tasty, and the name might be keeping lots of potential diners away. It might be the best BBQ around!

Cranberry Morning said...

I do like old individualistic places like this - a nice reprieve from the ubiquitous McDonalds. :-)

sweetdaysundertheoaks.com said...

Big Foot's is interesting but that barn picture is beautiful!

Mama Zen said...

"is the meat." That cracked me up!

Mascha said...

Something strange advertising. I like the barn photo.
Thanks for hosting

Terri said...

Nope..I'd pass this one by! Love the rusty roof barn in the last shot!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

I don't think I'd eat there either. I love seeing rusty roofs on old barns.

Marie said...

You might need to check and see if Bogfoot's in there cooking! :-) There was a bar-b-que place in Va. many years ago named for the family who owned it, Sweat's Bar-b-que. I just couldn't imagine eating there either. :-0

LV said...

You just never know about a place. We have eaten in places, I just we should not, turned out to be wonderful. Cannot always judge the inside from the outside.

Felicia said...

Sometimes places like this that look like the food would be lousy have some of the best I've tasted.

nice barn too.

happywonderer said...

I wonder if I would stop and eat at Big Foot. Love the old white barn!

Gail Dixon said...

I don't wNt to think about a big foot before I eat. But that's just me. Great find though! And I love the barn.

Stephanie said...

Love the old barn!

Brian King said...

Ha! I give them credit for a catchy name! The barn scene is gorgeous!

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

I think I would have to try it.
Had a dusting of snow yesterday but bright, sunny and cold today.
Unlike Buffalo, right across the lake from us, which got dumped on with snow.

Amy Burzese said...

I just got a whiff of smelly feet. Great find, though. Sometimes they just don't get the name right.

Judy said...

If you try the place out, you are braver than I am!!
I do love the barn, though!!

Haddock said...

Agree with you. That is a bit scary for a sign board.