Monk: Some more shots from around the grounds at Red Bridges Barbecue Lodge. See my review from this visit here.
I started my stroll at the iconic green and yellow sign closest to Hwy 74, which is just simply a great retro sign. Over 70 years!
Red Bridges is known for their large wood pile, though on this particular Saturday the pile was a little smaller than normal. Must have been a busy night and morning in preparation for the Saturday lunch.
I mean, what other mailbox would be more appropriate for a barbecue joint? No idea if this is the actual mailbox in use.
I don’t know the story behind this limousine or if the patrons were in the restaurant at the time but it cracked me up.
Another notable car on the Red Bridges premises, albeit for different reasons. I wish I had gotten the full car in this shot.
A few exterior shots of the restaurant from different vantage points during the lunch hour on a busy Saturday. In all my times visiting, I hadn’t stepped back to take a shot of the entire building.
I do love the font of the “Bridge’s” sign in the this shot. The same font is used over the door.