This place is described as the oldest or longest running bar in Utah. It's located in "downtown" Huntsville which is a rural community in northern Utah. The attraction has to be the building itself as the food and drink are nothing to write home about. Aside from soft drinks, the only alcoholic beverage served at this bar is 3.2 beer. Don't get me started on Utah's goofy liquor laws. Food choices consist of a number of different burger and or hot dog combinations that are all served with a small bag of chips. Fries are not available. The "signature" item is the Star Burger. It's a double cheese burger with a sliced hot dog ( advertised as a bratwurst or some exotic sausage) crisscrossed over the top (star shaped). Unless you are into ordinary hot dogs, skip the Star Burger and just go for a "regular" burger. All burgers are automatically served with ketchup, mustard, pickles. We were advised that we could not have it "our way." I guess the ladies who do the cooking cannot handle special requests i.e. hold the mustard. As mentioned earlier the main attraction is the vintage building and all the old knick knacks, memorabilia and scribblings on the walls and ceiling. It's a place that is worth at least a one ime visit, but it would be difficult to recommend as a place one would want to return to repeatedly.