Pine Country Cafe 928-635-9718
107 N Grand Canyon Road, Williams, Arizona
The very definition of “comfort food”. Great breakfast… you can't go wrong here.
Super yummy home style food, super filling, and super nice staff
Goldies Route 66 Diner 928-635-4466
425 East Route 66 Williams, Az.
Doors opened in 1962 as the original Denny's here in Williams, Az. It wasn't until the mid 80's when the Denny's moved up on the hill. And a local family took over and was then turned into the Hoffman house. Hoffman's held the business till the mid 90's. Till new owners took over and re-named the business Goldie's Rt. 66 Diner. Everything is still in its original state as it was back in 1962. Goldie's is the OLDEST diner here in William's, Az. And has served many generations of locals and tourist alike.
Miz Zips 928-526-0104
2924 E Rt 66 Flafstaff, Arizona
On the east side of Flagstaff are a handful of businesses that hold close the spirit and charms of Route 66. One of them is Miz Zip’s Route 66 Café. The Zip’s has been a Flagstaff staple since the 1950s, and nostalgia — along with the signature pies — has helped bring people back.
Dora's Kitchen 602-253-4074
2355 south 16th St. Phoenix, Arizona
Kinda like a Mexican Circle K with an authentic Mexican cafe in the back.
They serve both Mexican and Greek Food
Pinnacle Peak General Store 480-991-1822
8711 Pinnacle Peak Road Scottsdale, Arizona
The food never disappoints and it's a really cool atmosphere. There are antiques everywhere, even hanging from the ceiling. When the weather is not stifling, I recommend asking for outdoor seating in the courtyard. It's like you're transported to another country, truly beautiful.
The Brown Mug 928-289-9973
308 east 2nd Street Winslow, Arizona
The Brown Mug Cafe in Winslow is a throwback to days of old.
This roadside Cafe sprang up like so many others on the side of Hwy66. Good food, served quickly with reasonable prices, and few frills.
With the modern Interstate siphoning most traffic away from downtown Winslow, the Brown Mug has survived by becoming a locals favorite.
Toast Gio's 480-671-3955
1422 Broadway Ave. Apache Junction, Arizona
Mimosas made with fresh squeezed orange juice, house-made bloody mary mix with a full bar and Amazing coffee drinks. Our Maple-Agave Syrup is served warm & fresh in this chic and upbeat atmosphere. Don't forget we don't just do Brunch we offer Full Service Catering that includes, Mexican, American, Italian, and Asian among other cuisines.
Breakfast and lunch only
hours are 6:30- 2 7 days a week
Colonel Mustard Hot Dogs 928-241-1034
459 Navajo Blvd. Holbrook, Arizona
In a re-invented gas station is Colonel Mustard… Chicago Style Hot Dogs, Italian Beef, Greek Gyros, Subs and Sorbetto Ice served at a restored 1958 Richfield Service Station on Historic Route 66.
459 Navajo Blvd. Holbrook, Arizona 928-241-1034
hours are 10:30-7 closed Sunday
The Longhorn Restaurant 520-457-3405
501 Allen Street Tombstone, Arizona
The Longhorn Restaurant is the oldest continually operated restaurant in Tombstone. An historical building, The Longhorn Restaurant is located in what used to be the Bucket of Blood Saloon, the Holiday Water Company, and the Owl Cafe and Hotel. One of the restaurant’s most famous moments came at the end of 1881 when Virgil Earp was shot during an assassination attempt and when the building operated as the Owl Cafe and Hotel. Earp was walking down the street when shots were fired from a building under construction, which just happened to be this one. Earp managed to survive and the restaurant already gained a degree of notoriety.
The Diner On Main 928-633-2131
103 Main Street Bagdad, Arizona
The Diner in Bagdad AZ. Great food good service. Chili burger and chili dog are especially good. It’s a biker destination. Not hard to find it’s the only place In town.