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The Stanhope House
The Stanhope House has everything you hope for in a roadhouse. It's in a homey historical building with wood floors and a tin roof. It's got a decidedly southern vibe, accentuated by the scent of fried chicken fingers and burgers and a foot-stomping live soundtrack of blues. And although there's no Patrick Swayze thwarting cartoonish barroom brawls, there is a bouncer who follows Dalton's rule about being nice. Established in 1794, the ol' house has worn many hats throughout the last two centuries. It's been a stagecoach stop, a general store, a post office, a tavern, a (rumored) house of ill repute, a honky-tonk, and a living museum to the blues, where Stevie Ray Vaughan scrubbed the dishes after a late-night jam, Muddy Waters shared chicken recipes with the club matron, and Willie "Hoochie Coochie Man" Dixon droppped in for Thanksgiving dinner. These days, the venerable juke joint has settled into its groove as a concert venue where rock, blues, reggae, and hip-hop fill the stage, while a full bar and a hearty menu of all-American home cookin' fills bellies. And on evenings when they host murder-mystery dinner theater, guests can seek clues from The Stanhope House Ghost, a friendly apparition rumored to open doors and help you finish your cheese fries.