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ANGEL'S BARBER SHOP AND ROUTE 66 GIFT SHOP - Welcome to the Birthplace of Historic Route 66. Discover the colorful history of Route 66 at Angel's Barbershop in Seligman, Arizona. Recapture the past at the Original Route 66 Gift Shop, Museum and Visitor Center. 

THE MIDPOINT CAF - One of the Best Eatin' Places east or west of the Pecos! Stop in at Adrian, Texas, for a serving of great food, down-home hospitality and friendly conversation. Visit our Gift Shop and celebrate your halfway journey across Route 66, at  the "MidPoint" between Chicago and Los Angeles. 

FUNKS GROVE PURE MAPLE SIRUP FARM - RR# 1, Box 41A, Shirley, Illinois 61772, Phone: 309-874-3220 

COZY DOG DRIVE IN - Home of the famous "Cozy Dog" on a stick in Springfield, Illinois. A must stop for all Route 66 roadies.
2935 South Sixth Street, Springfield, Illinois 62703. Phone: 217-525-1992

HENRY'S RABBIT RANCH - Route 66 information center for past, present, and future travelers. Very quirky and unusual stop, being Rabbit orientated with Volkswagens and bunnies. Many Route 66 souvenir and gift items. 1107 Historic Old Route 66, Staunton, Illinois 62088, Phone: 618-635-5655 

LUCILLE'S HISTORIC ROUTE 66 HIGHWAY AND STORE - Old Highway Route 66, Hydro, Oklahoma 73048 

THE ROUTE 66 MALT SHOP - 1720 Central Avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104, Phone: 505-242-7866

WINSLOW VISITORS CENTER - 300 West North Road, Winslow, Arizona 86046, Phone: 928-289-2434

BIG TEXAN STEAK RANCH - 7701 I-40 East, Amarillo, Texas 79120, Phone: 806-372-6000

HACKBERRY VISITOR CENTER AND GENERAL STORE -P.O. Box 46, Hackberry, Arizona 86411, Phone: 928-769-2605

THE SANDHILLS CURIOSITY SHOP - Harley and Annabelle Russell invite you to come by for LIVE entertainment in their shop filled with original artworks, antiques, collectibles, fun and much, much more! Free refreshments! 201 S. Sheb Wooley Avenue, Erick, Oklahoma 73645. Phone: 580-526-3738 

EISLER BROTHERS OLD RIVERTON STORE - P.O. Box 169, Riverton, Kansas 66770, Phone: 620-848-3330

ROUTE 66 STATE PARK - 97 North Outer Road, Eureka, Missouri  63025, Phone: 636-938-7198

ROCK CAFE - This unique building was built with rock unearthed during the paving of Route 66. It houses the same atmosphere of yesteryear's cafe hospitality mixed with world class menus. The Rock Cafe is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. Open 7 days a week from 6AM until 9PM for breakfast, lunch and dinner. "From Chicago to L.A....Don't miss the Rock Cafe." 114 W. Main Street, Stroud, OK 74079, Phone: 918-968-3990

SEABA STATION - The Seaba Station in Warwick, OK. is housed in a building listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is filled with antiques, gift items, original artwork, florals, candles, tee-shirts, Route 66 memorabilia, snacks, and more! Originally a Nevr-Nox Gasoline Station, it now provides a contemporary Route 66 experience richly laced with memories of old.

FAST FANNY'S GIFT SHOP - Original Route 66 goods created and made on Route 66 in Oatman, Arizona.  You will find a vast assortment and variety of pillows, quillows, scrub shirts, ties, Route 66 books, souvenirs, and many other interesting and very unique products. Located in downtown Oatman on Route 66. Jackie Rowland - Owner, Phone: 1-928-768-7400

ROY ROGERS DOUBLE R BAR RANCH - Come back to simpler times in America.

TEE PEE CURIOS - Last of the old Route 66 curio shops. The Tee Pee Curios Shop has a large selection of Route 66 memorabilia and fine arts and crafts. Visit owners Mike and Betty Callens at the Tee Pee next time you pass through Tucumcari, New Mexico. Mike boasts that the curios shop has some "damn fine stuff"! 924 East Tucumcari Blvd., Tucumcari, NM   Phone: 505-461-3773

JOSEPH'S BAR AND GRILL - In recent years La Fiesta has enjoyed a comeback thanks to many return customers from coast to coast, who once traveled along old Route 66. In 1985, La Fiesta was handed down to the next generation and later became Joseph's Restaurant. Through the years and the many changes along Route 66,there is one thing has remained the same in Santa Rosa, New Mexico - the Campos family's desire to provide the best food and the friendliest service to its customers, the travelers of Old U.S. Route 66.

COOL SPRINGS CAMP - A Route 66 success story! This early tourist haven in the wilds of western Arizona's rugged desert fell into ruins decades ago but has been resurrected by a dedicated family at their own expense. Cool Springs is now open again serving the Route 66 traveler. Future plans for Cool Springs include rebuilding a replica of the famous cafe as a Route 66 Cool Springs Museum and Interpretation center.

THE ROUTE 66 PLACE - Pull on over in Williams, Arizona, and pull up a chair to take a break at Twister's 50's Soda Fountain. Be sure to take a stroll around the Route 66 Place Gift Shop! We specialize in hundreds of great CocaCola and Harley Davidson products.

ICE CAVE AND BANDERA VOLCANO - THE LAND OF FIRE AND ICE - For a real experience in contrast, visit the Ice Cave and Bandera Volcano, 'The Land of Fire and Ice.' Situated on the Continental Divide near Grants, New Mexico, you will walk through the twisted, old-growth Juniper, Fir and Ponderosa Pine trees, over the ancient lava trail to the Ice Cave. Here the natural layers of ice glisten blue-green in the reflected rays of sunlight. Another trail winds around the side of the Bandera Volcano to view one of the best examples of a volcanic eruption in the country. Located in the heart of El Malpais, the historic Ice Cave Trading Post displays ancient artifacts as well as contemporary Indian artwork.

NICK'S PLACE SANDWICH EMPORIUM AND FRESH CHOICES - Unique on all of the Mother Road, Route 66 crosses itself here in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. The old alignment (pre 1937) turned north to Santa Fe after crossing the Pecos River in Santa Rosa and then headed south, running through Albuquerque on 4th Street. The newer alignment went straight west from Santa Rosa running into downtown Albuquerque on Central Street. If you have been traveling down Route 66 from Chicago you might be ready for a change from burgers and fries. This is it. Everything is fresh and home-made. Have a great lunch and take your picture at the corner of Route 66 and Route 66!

66 DINER - A vintage style Route 66 diner with a atmosphere decor of roadside Americana. Dine out at the classy 66 Diner on East Central just blocks west of the University of New Mexico.

ANN'S CHICKEN FRY HOUSE - Ann's Chicken Fry House has been around a long time, since before cars had fins. It's right on old Route 66 so local folks and Route 66 travelers have made Ann's a success. Ann's has a gift shop filled with Route66 goodies plus their own T shirts. Come on down to Ann's and enjoy a nostalgic trip back in time with your whole family.

STEWARTS PETRIFIED WOOD SHOP - Buy the most colorful petrified wood in the world! Petrified wood is 225 million years old, from the Triassic Era, when dinosaurs ruled the earth. This beautiful petrified wood is only found in Arizona. Our wood is cut and polished by artisans in our shop located near the Petrified Forest in Holbrook, Arizona. We sell bookends, slabs, stumps and jewelry made from petrified wood. We also sell meteorites, dinosaur bones, kachina dolls and petrified wood rock concerts!

THE MUSEUM CLUB - Built in 1931, The Museum Club is Arizona's premiere roadhouse and dance club! Also known as "The Zoo" in Flagstaff, Arizona, the Museum Club offers the best in Live Country Western and After Hours entertainment. Please feel free to browse through the pages of this site, and take in just a few of the great things The Zoo has to offer!

GALAXY DINER - Get Your Eats on Route 66 in Flagstaff, Arizona! Plenty of parking for RV's and Campers. We serve breakfast all the time. Ask about our Group Rates. Open 6 AM - 10 PM every day.

FAIR OAKS PHARMACY AND SODA FOUNTAIN - Fair Oaks Pharmacy & Soda Fountain has been South Pasadena's friendly corner drug store since 1915. When Michael and Meredith Miller purchased Fair Oaks in 1989, they became enchanted with the idea of restoring the pharmacy to its original turn-of-the-century style, complete with a soda fountain and lunch counter. For the hungry travelers on Historic Route 66, this eatery serves lunch menu items such as the "Vintage Vegetarian" or the "Roadside Special". The Fair Oaks Pharmacy is a great roadside stop for a chance to refuel and relax.

U-DROP INN - YESTERDAY AND TODAY -  In the 1930's, U.S. Highways 66 and 83 were completed through Shamrock.  After these highways were completed, businesses sprouted all along them, specifically the Tower Service Station and U-Drop Inn Restaurant. This unique building was erected by brick and green-glazed tile in 1936. The building and tower were designed by architect J. C. Berry of Pampa, Texas and represent the art-deco style that was popular in the 20's
and 30's.

JACK RABBIT TRADING POST - JOSEPH CITY, ARIZONA - Not to be missed, the famous Jack Rabbit Trading Post is located between Holbrook and Winslow, Arizona on Route 66. This is your chance to browse and select from authentic Indian arts and crafts. Check out Route 66 souvenirs and curios. Minnetonka Moccasins are a must have.

DELL RHEA'S CHICKEN BASKET -  Dell Rhea's Chicken Basket got its humble beginnings sometime in the late 1930's or early 1940's in an old gas station with a lunch counter. Because the fried chicken was so good and the highway so busy, the Chicken Basket outgrew its lunch counter and the two car repair bays were turned into a dining room. The Chicken Basket as it is today opened in the summer of 1946 on Illinois Route 66 and 79th Street in Hinsdale right next door to its original location.

WHITE FENCE FARM -  The White Fence Farm has been serving loyal customers since the 1920's. In 1954 the business was purchased by Bob Hassert, Sr. and is run today by his son, Bob Jr. As the business grew, the restaurant building was enlarged, today comprising 35 separate additions.

POLK-A-DOT DRIVE-IN -  Food, Fun & Nostalgia! The Polk-a-Dot Drive In was founded over 40 years ago. The Drive-In was originally a school bus painted in Rainbow Polk-a-Dots. Lunch was served from a mini-sized kitchen inside the bus. Today, it is a beautiful 50's Style Drive-In that has become one of the most memorable attractions along Illinois Route 66. Check out our download Polk-A-Dot menu.

GARDNER HAUS INN - Gardener Haus Inn is a great place to stop and partake in the atmosphere as well as their specialty - German food. Take a break at the Gardener House Inn. A great restaurant for lunch or dinner while bringing a little bit of Europe to the Mother Road. Gardner is on Route 66 about sixty miles South of Chicago. The Gardner Haus Inn is in downtown Gardner, just off Route 66.

ARISTON CAFE -  Owners Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas P. Adam welcome you to the Ariston Cafe. Please relax and enjoy your meal as you join travelers from all over the world discovering Route 66. We wish to provide the best of food and service.

ST. LOUIS CAR MUSEUM AND SALES -  Since 1994 The St. Louis Car Museum & Sales has sold thousands of antique, classic and special interest vehicles all over the world. All vehicles in the inventory are currently owned by the car museum with the utmost quality in mind. The St. Louis Car Museum & sales can arrange financing and shipping and will help out in any way to ease your automobile purchasing experience.

OLLIE'S STATION RESTAURANT -  The Friendly Neighborhood Restaurant located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Our food is cooked and seasoned like Mom and Grandma would prepare it. We have a comfortable "mom and pop" atmosphere. The old cafe style is enhanced by the railroad motif. Ten running trains, from G-scale to Z-scale, run the length of the dining room and through scale model cities and towns. Ollie's is located in old downtown Redfork on a corner that's been here since 1894. Railroads, oil wells, and the famous Route 66 all merge at Redfork Corner to give young and old a touch of history and some of the best food in Oklahoma.

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