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“Serving food & fun since 1939”
Rock Cafe prides in using the original grill in our kitchen from 1939. In 70+ years, Betsy the grill has seared over 5 million burgers and as many chicken fry's and other blue plate specials. She is one of the first known Wolfe grills and stretching at just under 4 feet long and 2 feet wide, its her weight and construction that makes her unique. Weighing at over 200 pounds and made of the highest grade stainless steel, she is vertually indestructible. Betsy survived the devastating Rock Cafe fire that left only her and the four rock walls remaining. When asked what is the favorite food at the Rock Cafe, we like to say anything that comes off of Betsy. The care took in construction of her surface and the years of seasoning treats us all to special food experience. Featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives!
This place was amazing! If you are taking Route 66, this is a must stop! We got the cheese fries, chicken fried steak, and jägersnitzel. All were amazing! We had never had späetzle before, so If... Read more
I was so excited to try Rock Cafe and mark another restaurant on my Rt 66 journey! It's even in the "100 Essential Stops on the Mother Road" book (Amy Bizzarri). One of the best features of a Rt... Read more
Small town diner -- a Route 66 icon. We were driving our 1963 Falcon up and down Route 66 and decided to stop at the Rock Cafe for lunch. The first thing I noticed was the open parking right at... Read more
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