The business directory contains web pages for Route 66 businesses and other attractions.
|Sign outside the lounge entrance|
Rod's Steakhouse began serving Route 66 travelers—as well as the local population—in the city of Williams in 1946, just when the postwar boom in automobile travel was getting under way.
Domino, the dappled steer symbolic of Rod's for decades, can be found in various forms, including the restaurant's menu, which is a much-sought-after keepsake.
|Rod's Steakhouse menu, featuring their world-famous mascot, "Domino"|
Williams, Arizona is about sixty miles south of the Grand Canyon on old Route 66. The town also has several motels of the small, charming, classic variety. Plan to stay ahwile!
|About Rod's Steakhouse|
|Owner(s):||Lawrence & Stella Sanchez|
|Address:||301 E. Route 66, Williams, AZ 86046|