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Roadside Cafes Arizona

 

Joe & Aggie's Cafe
Holbrook, AZ
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Route 66Here's a shot of the well known Joe & Aggie's Cafe, located along Route 66 in Holbrook, AZ. This place may be worth a stop if you're hungry and passing through. It's known for its Mexican-American food such as its famous chili sauce. The place is also depicted in the Cars movie.

Joe & Aggie's opened in 1943 and has been serving hungry patrons on Route 66 or Hope Drive ever since. The restaurant was founded by Joe Montano and Aggie Montano

 

 

El Rey Cafe
Globe, AZ
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Here's Libby's El Rey Cafe, located in Globe, AZ. The El Rey opened its doors to hungry customers in 1947. The marquee advertises its "real Mexican food". If the food is as good as the sign displayed outside, then the El Rey Cafe is worth a stop if you're in the Globe area.

 

Glendale Cafe (Demolished)
Glendale, AZ
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The Glendale Cafe in Glendale, AZ features quite a roadside marquee out front. Check out the coffee cup, the boomerang arrow, and palette shaped main display. Unfortunately, time caught up to the Glendale Cafe and this business and sign were torn down and too long after this photos was taken.

 

 

 

 

 

Brownie's Cafe
Yuma, AZ
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

 

Brownie's Cafe
Yuma, AZ
Photo courtesy Bill Herzog

Brownie's Cafe and its marquee doesn't disappoint. Yes, this Yuma cafe features a neon marquee that is also colored brown. The cafe opened in 1946 along Yuma's main drag.

Brownie's is located along the old Highway 80 in Yuma, AZ. 05-06

 

 

City Cafe (Closed)
Kingman, AZ
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Route 66The City Cafe is located along Andy Devine Avenue, which is Route 66, in Kingman, AZ. Check out the rather eye catching sign along the road.

 

UPDATE 02/09 : Word is that the City Cafe is closed and its successor the Hot Rod Cafe will soon to be replaced by a Walgreens. 02-09

 

Hot Rod Cafe (2008)
Kingman, AZ
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

 

The Hot Rod Cafe took over from the City Cafe sometime in the mid 2000's. Check out the different paint scheme and the boomerang on the building.

For more photos and information about the City Cafe, see Roadside Peek's Lost Treasures tribute to the City Cafe.

 

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