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Roadside Eateries Great Plains

 

Rancho Grande Mexican Food
Photo courtesy Tony Craig

The vintage Mexican food cafe can be a great source for good signage. See some of them here at Roadside Peek's Mexican Food Cafes Great Plains.

 

 

Bronco's Hamburgers
Photo courtesy Chris Richey

Looking for a good burger joint while in the Great Plains area? Then check out Roadside Peek's Burger Joints Great Plains.

 

 

Mickey's Dining Car
Photo courtesy Barry Kazmer

A good diner is always a good stop for the hungry traveler. See them here at Roadside Peek's Roadside Diners Great Plains.

 

 

Dragon Chinese Restaurant
Photo courtesy Don Gardner

It's always a blast to find a good place to eat, especially if the signage can be found at Roadside Peek's Foods of the Orient Great Plains.

 

 

Monte Carlo Bar
Photo courtesy Matthew Hands

The Great Plains, like most areas, features a good watering hole or two. See the good signs here at Roadside Peek's Roadside Taverns Great Plains.

 

 

Happy Chef
Photo courtesy Dirk Burhans

Sometimes its nice to grab a fast bit to eat and other times its best to stop and relax at a sit down restaurant. See some here at Roadside Peek's Sit Down Restaurants Great Plains.

 

 

Donutland
Photo courtesy Don Gardner

Snacks are good to come by when you need something refreshing to carry you for the next 30 miles or so. See some of the stops here at Roadside Peek's Snacks and Stuff Great Plains.

 

 

Cheri-Top Drive-in
Photo courtesy Don Gardner

A good roadside find is the drive-in eatery. See some of them at Roadside Peek's Drive-in Eateries Great Plains.

 

 

Diamond Cafe (Norma's Diamond Cafe) (Gone)
Photo courtesy Matthias Tippner

Sapulpa, OK is home to the Diamond Cafe, also known to Route 66 travelers as Norma's Diamond Cafe. See this cafe and more at Roadside Peek's Roadside Cafes Great Plains. 01-07

 

 

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