With a name like Gatorama, it has to be good

Gatorama in Palmdale [FL] sells more than 15,000 pounds of alligator meat a year.

The famed roadside attraction is one of Florida’s original gator farms. Owners Allen and Patty Register not only sell raw gator meat, they also have a restaurant serving gator ribs and other specialties.

… Just in case visitors forget where they are, there’s a sign at Gatorama warning: “No swimming or sunbathing. Violators may be eaten.”

(AP: “Gator meat tastes more like pork than chicken” [September 27, 2004])