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Today, upon request, a group of Bucyrus’s locals provide a show in the authentic Speak Easy where Capone used to dine and drink away the night.
Bucyrus, Ohio, known as the Bratwurst capitol of the world, is a sleepy little mid-Ohio town has carved a niche in tourism along the historic Lincoln Highway – the first paved road from Eastern to Western United States.
The town’s merchants offer free tours of their unique and charming businesses where guests get a first-hand look at the only copper kettle manufacturers left in the country that does it all by hand, and how berries and fruit are processed into jellies and apple butter. The little town of tours comes complete with a rediscovered Speak Easy frequented by Al Capone and Carl’s Gas Station where the 1950s come back to life.
The show, Roaring Twenties Live, lasts about an hour. His latest project is a room dedicated to the King of Rock-N-Roll, Elvis Presley.
Other unique tours of Bucyrus are the Baja Marine Boat Manufacturing tour where visitors are walked through the entire boat making process; a tour demonstrating the process of recycling; dairy farm operation; and others.
Picking is still a family-owned business but very unlike the kind of Al Capone used to preside over as Godfather.
Back in the Roaring Twenties, Al Capone used to stop off in Bucyrus for a night of sin at an underground Speak Easy while traveling to the East Coast from Chicago. For decades, the Speak Easy in Bucyrus was a forgotten part of a tangled underground network of tunnels.Cooper’s apple butter and jellies are sold far and wide.But David Cooper isn’t lying when he says, “it’s just like grandma used to make,” because it is.The only company it kept was storage containers, boxes and the like.Recently, it was cleared out revealing thick brick dining booths and walls – made so that the spray of Tommy Gun bullets couldn’t penetrate and hurt the Mob Boss.Afterward, David’s wife Miriam has plenty of tasting stations set up for sampling throughout the country store next to the production plant.Inside, a new generation of Cooper’s is introducing another treat – fudge. Picking & Company is the last of the old copper shops in America that still makes its original products by hand.Each craftsman takes his time to hammer out perfection, often striking up conversation as they work. Picking & Company, to no surprise, gets orders from around the world resulting in some cases, up to 1,874 patterns.Tours and catalogs are available by calling 419-562-6891.Over the years, sub-cultures and traditions are built along with whatever the factories are spitting out. But to revel at the craftsmanship of a wide variety of signature period pieces, you’d have to visit one of the Cambridge glass museums. And what a treat it is to see molten globs of liquid glass hammered and shaped into delightful pieces that will be displayed with pride by its eventual owner.Some may argue these glass museums are art museums or historic museums but the truth is they’re all three. Cambridge glass has been the toast of the town for more than 100 years.