Okay - sawdust on the floors, antique bathtubs and wheelbarrows filling every nook and cranny, country music on the jukebox, and a waiter packing heat. What's for supper? Anyone who's lived in the Valley for a more than a minute knows it's gotta be barbecue at Bill Johnson's. Families have enjoyed the Old West kitsch and tasty vittles since 1956. The menu features hearty breakfasts and home-style lunch and dinner entrees. Mesquite-smoked ribs, steaks, pork, and brisket are popular choices, as are the famous deep-dish apple, peach, and cherry pies (don't forget a scoop of ice cream!). Prices are reasonable and the food, while not haute cuisine, is good and filling. Kids' menu options include breakfast favorites like pancakes, French toast, and bacon and eggs for $4.29. Lunch and dinner choices cost a dollar more and include grilled cheese, chicken strips, hamburgers and cheeseburgers, PB & J, hot dogs, and macaroni and cheese. Kids eat for free every Wed after 3pm.