JUNCTION CITY, Ore. - What was a train depot is now a steakhouse.
The Rodeo Steakhouse set up shop in one of the oldest buildings in town.
Now they are making meaty masterpieces and keeping history alive at the same time.
The depot was built back in 1912 by the Oregon Electric Railway. Just pulling into the parking lot will give you a sense that owners Nelson and Jennifer Rosales are all about embracing the locations past.
If you don't catch the historic vibe on the outside, you are bound to soak in a little nostalgia inside.
The restaurant has a rustic at home feel that is enhanced when encouraged to toss your peanut shells on the floor.
If you've ever lived in the south, you'll probably get a familiar feeling about the place. From the decor to the cuisine there is a little something for everyone.