For the last 30 years the internationally-known eating place in Holmfirth has been at the heart of the world's longest-running sitcom, Last of the Summer Wine.
Many an episode has seen Compo, Foggy and Clegg enjoy a well-earned cuppa after rolling down yet another hill in a bath tub or seeking refuge from Nora Batty's broom.
The cafe is still known as Sid's, even though in the TV series it is now in the hands of his widow, Ivy, played by actress Jane Freeman, after actor John Comer died.
But the cafe is a proper business and is open all year round - except when filming takes place. It caters for thousands of fans from across the globe.
They continue to flock there to sample the delights of Ivy's famous jam and fresh scones.
They can also peruse old photos and pick up a souvenir to remind them of their Holme Valley visit.
The building is being sold as a cafe and is on the market for £49,950.
Owners Colin and Maggie Frost have decided to sell after running the cafe for 14 years.
Greg Christofi, president of Holme Valley Business Association, said he was pleased the cafe would be retained.
He added: "I'm very happy it's going to be kept as a cafe. I can't see anything else being there.
"The cafe has been there for a long time. It's part of the character of Holmfirth."
The sale is being dealt with by Ernest Wilson Business Agents. For information, call 0113 238 2900 or visit www.ernest-wilson.co.uk