Students of history know that there're many examples of famous stands, from the Alamo to Custer's last one, for which you could actually buy tickets, although they were all scalped. Giving you one sure to be just as famous: Delia's Chicken Sausage Stand.
Founded by Flying Biscuit's Delia Champion and The Porter's Molly Gunn, DCSS is a former Supreme Fish Delight-turned-take-out-only kitchen/concession counter made of multicolored reclaimed barnwood, at which they offer handcrafted, locally sourced, small-batch chicken sausage they call the "slinger", so you know it's gonna taste pretty dope. All slingers're served on Holeman & Finch bread and come in 10 styles, such as the "Sleazy Cheesy" w/ kraut and cheese sauce laced w/ Wild Heaven "Invocation" beer, the "Italian Stallion" w/ marinara & buffalo mozz, and the fire pepper mustard-/coleslaw-topped "Shredder", which unfortunately nobody used on the dailies of Rocky Balboa. There're also orders of three sausage-patty sliders, sausage meatball "Grinder" sammies, sides like "Wedgies" (thick-cut fries) and organic black bean chicken chili, plus optional toppings like "The Mix" (zucchini, carrots & cabbage), and sauteed onions & peppers known as "O's & P's", also what you do after finally getting to a rest stop.