To the worn traveler, Coffee Shops and Drive-in Diners have been old
friends for many years.
Henry's Hamburgers Photo courtesy Chibbqking
Off the road, there always to be a burger joint available. Check out the eye-catching ones at Roadside Peek'sBurger Joints.
Twains Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
Who hasn't stopped by an old Coffee Shop to rejuvenate after traveling for many hours? Unique architecture and
signage can be found at just about every one of these old coffee shops.
Sneak a peek at them now here at Roadside Peek's Coffee Shops before they become
just a memory.
Best Cafe Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
Drive-in Diners have made a comeback of
sorts in recent years for many that long for the romantic car culture
diners of yesterday. See more sights like this at Roadside Peek's Roadside Diners.
Ships Coffee Shop Photo courtesy Georg Balandran
For those of you interested in the countertop classics of yesteryear,
check out Roadside Peek'sCoffee Shop Classics.
From the Astro Family Restaurant to Wholesome Foods, this classic section
is a must see visit.
Sambo's Restaurant Photo courtesy Georg Balandran
Favorite Sit Down
Restaurants such as Dinah's Chicken have graced the local landscape
for years. Don't forget to order the extra chicken leg with your meal.
Or check out the downtown Los Angeles Clifton's Cafeteria that was
once such a popular dining spot. Find these where else but Roadside Peek's Sit Down Restaurants.
Photo courtesy Michael Campbell
Many of the eateries across the USA get new life when the sun goes down and the neon begins humming. See some of the neon delights at Roadside Peek'sNeon Eateries.
Brolly Hut Photo courtesy Georg Balandran
By the same token, Fast Food sites
have whetted our appetite for years. Located in this section are the grease
spoons that are basically local in nature. Many of these one site wonders
have attracted customers by promoting a unique look, food, or setting.
Unfortunately, for all of the fast food locations that catch success,
another grease joint folds. See more at Roadside Peek's Fast Food Joints.
The Donut Hole Photo courtesy Georg Balandran
Ready for a late night snack or early morning munch? Grab a donut with
sprinkles or chocolate chip ice cream in our Snacks
and Stuff section. There are many donut shops in the area with humongous
round things with holes sitting conspicuously on their roofs. Just a few
of the interesting sites to see while visiting the 'Peek at Roadside Peek's Snacks and Stuff.
Shanghai Low Restaurant Photo courtesy Georg Balandran
Some of the most classic roadside signs and interesting eateries come
from Foods of the Orient. Here, check out
the Mee Heng Low Restaurant and other delights. So take a stop along the highway and check out Roadside Peek's Foods of the Orient.
El Gordo Restaurant Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
Looking to check out a good Mexican Food Cafe? Well, don't forget to
drop by and see what's up at Roadside Peek'sMexican
Little Pietro's Pizza Photo courtesy Georg Balandran
Always a good choice for a snack or meal, Pizza
Pubs are also a good choice for roadside signage. See these at Roadside Peek's Pizza Pubs.
Boo's Photo courtesy Georg Balandran
Looking for a stop after work to capture a good sign like Boos and relax? Then
check out Roadside Peek'sRoadside
Taverns and indulge.
White Palace Cafe Photo courtesy Steve/Back on Tack
A good stop on the road to stretch legs and grab a hot meal can be a roadside cafe. See examples of what you can find on the road at Roadside Peek'sRoadside Cafes.
Circus Drive-in Photo courtesy Bob Jagendorf
The old drive-in eateries are usually worth a stop, not just for convenience, but because many of them have become legends over time. See some of the favorites here at Roadside Peek'sDrive-in Eateries.
Dog House Photo courtesy Dave & Debra van Hulsteyn
Sometimes racing the sun while on a road trip means no stopping at the fancy restaurant in town. In times like this, there's no beating a local hot dog stand favorite. See some of them at Roadside Peek'sAvenue of the Dogs.