In Austin, Texas, while Bonnie and Clyde hid out in the Dillingham Pastures, they stopped in at the Bullhead Inn. Photo above is from a 1933 advertisement.
Bonnie and Clyde visited this spot in northwest Missouri. It's the oldest continuously operated saloon west of the Mississippi, originally built as a hotel in 1878.
It's said that family may have lived in Seadrift at one time and that Bonnie knew the area and spent time there in the past. Bonnie and Clyde were said to have stayed here, and were spotted by quite a few locals while hiding out in the area. Possibly around the time they had stolen an automobile in nearby Victoria.