Well worth a stop! One of the best stores that we stopped in at, on the entire Route 66 journey.
1,139 miles to Chicago and 1,139 miles to LA. How can you not stop here?
A fantastic place, full of Americana appeal and Texas charm. These visiting Australians absolutely loved the joint. Great hospitality and a wonderful meal.
A deeply moving experience. This is an extremely impressive place with a lot to see. Very warm and welcoming staff also. It was a cool place to stop off at on our Route 66 trip.
El Rancho Grande is a Route 66 staple since 1953. The Night Hawk dish is the most popular. The neon sign is an absolute classic.
I find it interesting and odd that Red Oak II is barely mentioned anywhere. We could find very little info and we only came here on the recommendation from George at Gary’s Gay Parita. We’re thrilled we came. We were the only people there, though we crossed paths with a perplexed older gentleman as we left. He also couldn’t believe that this place was utterly deserted. Wonderful photo ops. Be sure to leave a donation as the place is immaculate.
Cuba, MO is worth stopping off and having a look. The murals are interesting and there is some local history. When we stopped it was late in the afternoon and stores were closed. It definitely would have been more interesting earlier.
Definitely good for a pop in. The diner was great, don’t miss it. The fudge from the candy shop was a winner too and made it back to Australia. Wish I stocked up a little more. Good photo ops too.
Highly recommended for a clean and cost-efficient stay. This has been lovingly looked-after and has excellent Google reviews too. The owner really looks after this place and they have great Route 66 murals too. Perfectly located directly across from Delgadillos Snow Cap Drive-In. Check it out
Great baked goods and very friendly service. I hear the breakfast is good too. Thanks, your Bear Claws are fantastic!!