About this Business
From Our Editors
The aroma of slow-cooked ribs and ground sirloin sizzling on the grill circulates up through Tierney’s Café & Tavern’s storied structure, which dates back to 1885. First built by Dr. J.W. Kennedy, rumored kidnapping victim and physician to Bonnie and Clyde, the building has seen its fair share of visitors, first as a private residence, then as a restaurant and antique mall. In the East and West dining rooms, patrons tuck into traditional homestyle dishes along with interesting creative culinary creations amid the building’s original 120-year-old cedar planks. Outside, a patio dotted with umbrellas hosts gatherings that get under way with the help of a full bar and live music.