Boar's Nest - Roadside bar & grille
on the rural comedy adventure THE DUKES OF HAZZARD/CBS/1979-85.
The Boar's Nest was owned by Jefferson Davis "Boss" Hogg,
(Sorrell Booke) a conniving little fat man in white clothing who controlled most of
the southern region of Hazzard County, Georgia including its
Sheriff Roscoe P. Coltrane (James Best).
Daisy Duke (Catherine Bach), a shapely country girl and cousin
of the Duke
boys, worked at the Boar's Nest.
Early in the series, The Boar's Nest reminded its customers
"there's a one-dollar cover charge to keep out the riffraff."
TRIVIA NOTE: Waylon Jennings, who sang the series' theme song
and narrated the program's action used to hangout at a real
"Boar's Nest" in his younger days.
The place was the home of a local Nashville woman named Sue
Brewer, who often opened her heart, home and pocket book to many a
struggling country western singer.
Waylon Jennings and friends, who congregated at Sue's home to
share stories, new songs and friendship, dubbed their meeting
place the "Boar's Nest."
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