Located on the southwest corner of Third and Evans streets, the Rialto Block was built in 1896 by Joseph P. Elliot & Brother of Baltimore, MD. The block contained numerous stores which burned in 1897 and was rebuilt. The corner building of the Rialto was home to The Daily Reflector from 1901 until 1956. It later became Biggs Drug Store, then Hargett’s Drug Store, and after a number of businesses, reopened as Courtside Café.
In 1896, Joseph P. Elliot and his brother built the Rialto, located on the southwest corner of Third and Evans Streets, to provide a brick block for all the Elliot brothers' many stores. One section housed The Daily Reflector offices from January 1901 until 1956. The Daily Reflector's move in 1957 reduced the building to one-story and it is now a cafe.