"It was just a place where you could come, you could eat, you could listen to music," says Kenneth Jackson, the current owner of the Dew Drop. "If you got too drunk, you could go and rent a room in the hotel. You could go next door and get your hair cut. My grandfather, he loved to have a place where you could go to have fun."
Kenneth Jackson and the Dew Drop received some spotlight attention from NPR in a recent article highlighting the establishment's cultural significance and revitalization. Click below to read the full article and listen to the interview!