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Route 66, America's Highway, ran 2,448 miles, through three time zones and eight states, from Chicago to Los Angeles. Today, Route 66 has but vanished, either renamed (Albuquerque's Central Avenue), or reduced to dusty frontage roads on the side of Interstates. The disappearance of the old road has stirred a sense of what Route 66 meant and still means to many Americans. The 66 Diner is dedicated to preserving the spirit of the roadside diner along Route 66. Our recipes come from Mom and Dad, brothers, sisters, friends and neighbors (except for Ernie's liver and onion recipe...which he forced on us). Our food is always fresh and always the absolute best we can offer. If you have a tastier recipe, bring it in and let us try it! If we decide we like yours better, we'll but it on the menu (we're not proud) and we'll treat you and three of your friends to dinner. Our food, service and décor are all a very special part of the homage we pay to the vanishing part of America's history...Route 66.
Fun! Fun! Fun! If you are of the "Happy Day's," "Grease" or old "Route 66" vintage...this is your place. Especially since the similar, but more upscale YesterDaves on Montgomery Blvd. closed. Blue Plate Special ...