One business owner might have taken over a local restaurant in Deadwood, South Dakota but he is making sure the legacy of the place remains the same.
Harry's Spaghetti Western first belonged to Harry Daniels, a long time famous local who owned a local radio station and is originally from Italy.
Daniels passed away in 2002 leaving the business to his children, who then passed it on to its new owner Joseph Garza just four months ago.
Harry's menu is simplistic, offering three different kinds of pasta, and a sauce and meat of your choice. Garza says it is a traditional recipe he wouldn't change for the world.
"Traditional meat sauce that was served every Sunday to his family for years and years. I found that it was real important not important not to touch the recipes and to provide that great service and the great food that he must have served every Sunday, and said Joseph Garza, owner of Harry's Spaghetti Western.
You can also order "spumoni" ice cream -- a sweet treat consisting of chocolate, cherry, and pistachio flavors. Harry's is open Tuesday through Sunday from 5 to 9. They will also be opening next week for summer lunch.