A great place to visit with your family.
at 7th Street on historic Route 66
Take a sentimental journey back in time
| This 40's styled dinette is
located on historic Rt. 66 in Joplin, Missouri.
If you would like to go back in time, and experience what it was like during WWII, this is the place to be.
The food is excellent and very reasonably priced.
Watch the excitement of your children as they enjoy desserts in old fashioned glassware.
This is a must stop on a visit to the Midwest.
|Sandwiches - Soups - Salads - Desserts|
|Phone 417-624-3700 ---- Fax 417-624-8783|
Check out the National Historic Route 66 Federation
| Route 66 from Chicago, Illinois to Santa
Monica, California was built under several federal aid highway acts becoming
one of the largest public works projects in history. Route 66 (a modern road
system) opened up portions of America not previously accessible by car. It
helped to create a redistribution of America's population during the Great
Depression and the Dust Bowl years as people moved west to make real their
dreams. This migration to the west was captured by John Steinbeck in his
classic story, "The Grapes
of Wrath". Later Route 66 would find glamour through the long-running
1960's television series, "Route 66" and the
popular song, "Get Your Kicks on Route 66".
The construction of Interstate 44 led to the eventual decommissioning of Route 66. Portions of this historic highway are still preserved and can be distinguished by the brown Historic Route 66 signs.
|For more information about
historic Route 66 check out the following:
All Roads Lead to Route 66
Historic Route 66
National Historic Route 66 Federation
1 Corvette, 30 CD's, & 2500 Miles on Route 66
You may contact us at The Captain Bin
|Off the Beaten Path Home Page|
July 20, 2000