The Incredible Arizona Restaurant That’s Way Out In The Boonies But So Worth The Drive
Sometimes the best dining requires you to explore a little. You’ll find this restaurant at the end of a winding, dirt road, but it’s worth the bumpy ride.
A journey to Tortilla Flat Superstition Saloon is not for the faint of heart. It's a long drive on a winding dirt road. Once you get to Tortilla Flat, it's not hard to find - the address is 1 Main Street.
The inside of this place is quirky and unique. The walls are covered in dollar bills and memorabilia.
The dollar bills aren't just U.S. currency; many countries are represented on these walls. Most are signed, along with the diner's hometown. You'll have a blast just reading the walls while waiting for your food.
Saddle up to the bar, where you'll enjoy a fancier seat than a regular bar stool.
Even the bathroom stalls are entertaining. How often have you had your picture taken in the ladies room?
The burgers here are particularly popular.
The Boule of Fire is full of the saloon's Killer Chili.
You can't go wrong with the Sonoran style Mexican food, either. It's fresh and authentic.
The saloon offers two home-brewed beers: Mule Oil (lager), and Snake Venom (amber ale).
Save some room for dessert, because the prickly pear gelato is delicious.
Visit Tortilla Flat Superstition Saloon Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM; Saturday and Sunday 8 AM to 7 PM.
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Learn more about the history of Tortilla Flat
here. For more restaurants that are off the beaten path, take a look at these 8 hidden Arizona restaurants.
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