PINE BLUFF, Ark. (KTHV) - After 40 years of business the burger shack Sno-White Grill that so many call home is going out of business.
The grill, which sits on 3rd Avenue, has been regarded as one of Pine Bluff's best since it was founded in the 1970's but at age 78 its owner Bobby Garner is calling it quits.
"If you keep talking to me I'll start crying," Garner said when asked how he felt about closing shop.
The business was founded in the mid-70's and has endured a fire, plus visits from dozens of famous customers, including Bill Clinton.
It's acted as a source of familiarity for regulars who call the other patrons family.
"Just so many people had so many memories here it's hard for a lot of them to give them up," said Glynn Bishop, who comes to the restaurant twice a day six times a week.
"This place has been around longer than I have," added local Etoyle Mouser.