Check out the old donut shops, frozen custard and ice cream joints, and
candy stores of the Midwest here at Snacks
and Stuff Midwest.
Pink Elephant Photo courtesy Steve Felder
This section of Roadside Peek Midwest features some of the interesting
signage found on bars and taverns. Check out Roadside
Taverns Midwest for a sample.
Superdawg Photo courtesy Don Gardner
The Midwest is famous for hot dogs, including the various dog joints
in Chicago. Check out Roadside Peek'sAvenue
of the Dogs Midwest for more.
Mel-o-Dee Restaurant Photo courtesy Mark Hackett
Now, if you're more in the mood for a relaxing sit down meal at a classic
sit down restaurant, check out Roadside Peek'sSitdown
Restaurants Midwest for a look see. Here, you can find many great
sit down locations with great signage and architecture. The meal?
Steak and Shake Photo courtesy Dirk Burhans
Wanna grab a burger while on the road
in the Midwest? Well, look no further than here. See Roadside Peek'sRoadside Burger Joints Midwest for a
peek at the Midwest's finest fast food joints!
Jenk's Pizza Photo courtesy Steve Felder
Pizza restaurants not only serve good food. Many also feature fine looking
marquees. See some of them here at Pizza Pubs
Busy Bee Cafe Photo courtesy Don Gardner
Many towns and cities feature their best food in roadside cafes. Although
the big city cafe may not exude the same charm as their small town counterpart's
might, many are still worth mentioning. Not to mention that many of these
cafe's also sport great signage. Check the best of the Midwest out here
at Roadside Peek'sRoadside Cafe's Midwest.
Daly Drive-in Photo courtesy Mike Engle
In the 50's and 60's, drive-in eateries were all the rage. See some of
the remnants at Roadside Peek'sDrive-in
Morton Grove, IL Photo courtesy Jason Carlton