Here’s an inside shot, regrettably not a "good shot" because I was a bit shy about taking photos of the booths made from vintage cars, because they were all occupied with folks eating good "Roadfood."
I got some GREAT shots of the missus enjoying her root beer float, BUT she ADAMANTLY refused to allow me to post them!
Keep the pictures coming…would love to see some inside shots! Nice job!
Afraid I didn’t notice about the RC (but I agree that RC is great). I had a cold Coors draft with my fish and my wife enjoyed an old-fashioned root beer float.
The inside of the joint was filled with antique gas pumps, service-station signs, old highway signs, you name it. Definitely worth a side trip to see it. By the way, the old "globe-top" Texaco pump located close to our table was still showing 29.9-cents per gallon on the price dial!
That IS way cool! Next time I make the 1000 mile trip to see the folks, I’ll have to go the extra 60 miles to Florence and check this out. I noticed the old "Royal Crown" cooler being used as a planter – do they actually serve RC? So few places do and it’s my preferred cola.
During a recent trip (adventure) to the Northwest, we discovered a REALLY cool "Roadfood" joint. Just had to share a photo with you, now that I figured out how to do it [;)]
Bliss’ Route 101 Restaurant
1179 Highway 101
The food was good (Fish & Chips for me – Chicken Fried Steak for the missus), but the atmosphere was GREAT! You should see the inside dining "booths" made from actual 1950s cars . . . WAY COOL!
Cool diner in Oregon
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