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Toastmaster Cafe (Gone)
Globe, AZ
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The Toastmaster Cafe appears to date back from the 1950s. The cafe was a favorite stop for locals who enjoyed the American and Chinese food served here. The old sign was pretty faded out around the time this photo was taken over 20 years ago. The cafe was torn down around 2012. 06-23





The Palms Cafe (Gone)
Buckeye, AZ
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Check out The Palms Cafe located in Buckeye, AZ. The cafe features an eye-catching blade neon sign that stands out along the main road in the central business district of town. The location is now home to the 25 35 Cafe. The Palms closed down in 1993 after which the sign was taken down. 06-23


Far left - Another view of The Palms Cafe


A view of The Palms Cafe as you approach it. The building was built in 1930 and was located just next to the iconic Wolf's Department Store which was historic in its own right.

Buckeye, AZ
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com


Stop Rest Cafe (Gone)
Florence, AZ
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Here's an old sign at the Stop Rest Cafe in Florence, AZ This location looked like it's seen many hot days in the Arizona sun. back when this photo was taken in the 1990's. This place is gone. 06-23



La Luz Del Dia
Globe , AZ
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Check out this coffee mug looking sign at the La Luz Del Dia Bakery and Coffee Shop. This Globe eatery has been around since 1973 and has bee a favorite for both breakfasts such as bacon and eggs and Mexican food.

The sign and business are still there in Globe as of 2023, however the sign looks much plainer. 06-23



Nickerson Farms Restaurant (Closed)
Picacho, AZ
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The Nickerson Farms Restaurant sign looks to be one of the signs from the old abandoned restaurant in Picacho Peak, AZ. This restaurant was right next to the Picacho Peak Trading Post.

Nickerson Farms is a chain that dates back to the 1960s. The franchise existed up until the 1980s. Word is it was started by a former Stuckey's franchisee who did not agree with the chain's regulations. 06-23












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