Depicting a structure sometimes referred to as “The Alamo Rooms,” this frame structure was built in 1868 as a private residence which later operated as a rooming house and restaurant for those working on the railroad. During the 1940’s and early 1950’s, it became a brothel, said to contain an upstairs room hidden behind an ‘invisible’ door for those patrons who requested it! It later served as an antique store (Tipton’s Antiques) and then as a restaurant space again, housing the Nantucket Fish Restaurant, Captain Blyther’s, and, Sailor Jacks, its current incarnation.