“the town too tough to die”
Tortilla Flat is an authentic remnant of an old west town, nestled in the midst of the Tonto National Forest, in the Superstition Mountain Range. Tortilla Flat started out as a stagecoach stop in 1904 and neither fire nor flood has been able to take away this historic stop along the Historic Apache Trail. Mosey on down the boardwalk and visit the Superstition Saloon and Restaurant. Real saddles serve as bar stools where you can enjoy a cold brew or sarsaparilla. The unique wallpaper is made from real dollar bills from visitors all around the world. Our Restaurant serves the biggest burgers, hottest chili and the coldest drinks everyday. After you have had time to walk off the great food, stop in our Country Store and enjoy a scoop of our World Famous Prickly Pear Gelato or pick up some item for the road, but before you go, visit our Mercantile/Gift Shopfull of amazing treasures including Indian Pottery, Jewelry, Unique Tortilla Flat Apparel and many more unique items. Oh and by the way... You may have noticed in many places it says "Population 6"... it is not a joke. We really do live here, and thank you for visiting our town.
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