Here is the picture of "The Rattlesnake Saloon" in northwest Alabama, probably 25 miles south of the Tennessee state line. It is built at the bottom of a steep hill, and it hides underneath a cliff in a rather out of the way place, away from the main roads, in a heavily wooded area. Its walls are decorated with rattlesnake hides, deer heads, a large wild black boar head, numerous old pictures and stuffed rattlesnakes, and above the door is an old gun with the caption underneath that says "We don't call 911"
The saloon was almost empty when we there on a Thursday afternoon, but they claimed that on a busy weekend they would serve 1000 people. Then they explained that they were right next to a "DRY" county.
This saloon is half a dozen miles from "Coon Dog Cemetery" where only bona-fide coon hounds are allowed to be burried.
This was a really neat area to visit.