Beautiful example of 19th century buildings, Poor Red's, built from rhyolite cut from the rock outcropping around Eldorado, California, was owned and operated by Red and Opal Sadler from the mid 1930s until they sold the business to David Chapdlaine in the early 1990s. Poor Red's was famous for their mouth-wastering hickory smoked ribs but even more famous world wide for their Gold Cadillacs, giving this tiny little bar the notoriety of being the largest consumer of Galieono, a sweet golden liqueur. The drink was created by their bartendar, Frank Kline, who created the drink to celebrate the purchase of a brand new gold Cadillac by one of their favorite customers.
May 13th, 2013
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