|Two icons of the pre-interstate era—Marilyn and Elvis—welcome|
visitors to The 66 Diner.
|Hungry yet? The luncheon sandwiches were quite tasty but the|
milkshakes were out-of-this-world delicious!
|The tidy stainless steel lunch counter, the teal-clad wait staff, and the|
50s decor invite one to linger at The 66 Diner.
|Dine with Betty Boop, alongside the grill of an old Plymouth at|
The 66 Diner.
|Route 66 was established in November of 1926.|
Here, my Dad—born two years later in November of 1928—is
ready for fine dining—sandwiches and a shake along "The Mother Road" .
|This collection of roadway signs anchors the parking lot of the diner.|
No doubt my parents passed by many of the older signs while
cruising the highways of their youth.