That seems entirely plausible. The weathered exterior hints at the rustic interior decor found inside. Also filled with wood carvings, and dozens of taxidermy wildlife mounts.
Katie serves up a hot pastrami on toasted rye and a french dip Special.
They didn’t have any beer on tap, but no matter.
They do serve the local IPA in a frosty mug. And that totally works.
What time is it?
And they have a website.
Click on the image below to get there from here. Includes menus. They also have some lodging available, as cabins.
“The Rex Club was built in 1938. Located on Main Street in the heart of Burney, California. It served as a dinner house, bar and hotel/motel. For many years it was the main source of entertainment for the local people, bringing in many different musicians and dancing. Our family bought this magnificent old property in 2006, with the hope of bringing it back to its former glory. We enjoy the history of the club and love to hear everyone’s story of “the first time” they came into this place.”
With legendary fly fishing nearby, the REX CLUB knows its clientele. The authentic Burney experience, on the main boulevard.
Just about an hour drive east of Really Redding.