Welcome to The Garage. Let me try and describe this quirky place for you. It's a cross between a European Flea Market and Sanford and Son. In fact, a lot of folks say the owner and Fred Samford have similar personalities! It's a jumble of statuary, concrete planters, rusty, peeling iron work of every description and who knows what else. There are several inside rooms that I have never darkened, but from what I could see, there's another world of discoveries to be had in there as well. Stay with me, it gets more interesting. There is a bar attached that by night has live music and by day serves great sandwiches that can be eaten al fresco amongst the merchandise in the courtyard hence today's photo. Note the enormous wisteria vine/tree that has wound itself all over the place and provides photographers and patrons with lovely dappled shade. In chatting with the bar owner, he shared that he often refers to himself as Lamont ( to the owner's Fred Sanford !!!) I'll share an interesting photo from his place on another day. The Garage is really a one of a kind place. Where else can you have cold beer, a tasty sandwich, and leave with an old gate or a headless statue?