Corinth, Mississippi is just one of many quaint, small, historical towns in the deep south. This one houses the oldest continuously operating drug store in the state (complete with soda fountain!) and some pretty impressive Civil War cred. It’s also home to the (in)famous White Trolley Cafe which is home to the Slug Burger: made of “some” meat and “other” items one might find around the kitchen. It’s called a slug burger because, in the depression era, a nickel was commonly called a “slug” – and that’s how much these bad boys’ cost (or, so said the waitress who was exceedingly knowledgeable!). There’s even an annual Slug Burger Festival where one can get her fill of slug burgers and compete to be the next Slug Idol.