Ted Drewes Frozen Custard
Ted Drewes is now considered to be a Route 66 landmark, serving Saint Louis for over 80 years. Adam goes in to make his own concrete, a thick mix of Ted's delicious frozen custard with additional toppings.
6726 Chipewa, St. Louis, MO 63109
Elote Café & Catering
A US Navy Second Class officer Manny Groll takes on the Puffy Taco Challenge: 23 puffy tacos covered with a variety of delicious toppings must be finished for his name to top the leader board.
514 South Boston Ave, Tulsa, OK 74103
Idle Spurs Steakhouse
Idle Spurs has been the go to steakhouse along the former Route 66 since 1951, so Adam has to stop in and sample some of their finest cuts.
690 Highway 58, Barstow, CA
The Harvey House in Barstow is home to the Route 66 Mother Road museum, displaying a collection of historic photographs and artifacts related to Route 66 and the Mojave Desert Communities.
685 N. First Ave, Barstow, CA
Blue Whale of Catoosa
The Blue Whale, built in the 1970s, has become one of the most recognizable attractions on old Route 66.
2705 N Hwy 66, Catoosa, OK 74015
The Nut House
A popular destination along Route 66, it first opened 40 years ago selling only native pecans but has now blossomed into a full-time endeavor serving a wide variety of nuts, gifts and treats.
26677 Highway 66, Claremore, OK 74019
Hampton Inn Gateway Arch
Adam and the crew's hotel in Saint Louis.
333 Washington Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63102
The Mayo Hotel & Residences
Adam and the crew's hotel in Tulsa.
115 West 5th St, Tulsa, OK 74103
Adam and the crew's hotel in LA; from there they drove up to Barstow to visit Idle Spurs Steakhouse.
1717 Vine St, Los Angeles, CA 90028
You might also like: Ocean Ave Seafood
Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this restaurant offers fresh seafood. The raw bar is the highlight with the largest variety of oysters in the area.
1401 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401
You might also like: Donut Drive In
This little donut shop sells donuts, cinnamon rolls, coffee, milk and soda. They were voted "Best Hand-cut Donuts in St. Louis on Route 66."
6525 Chippewa St, St. Louis, MO 63109
You might also like: Santa Monica Pier
This famous attraction includes a variety of restaurants and shopping, an aquarium and amusement park. This is where the historic route ends.
200 Santa Monica Pier, Suite A, Santa Monica, CA 90401
You might also like: Route 66 Museum
Opened in 1995, the museum guides visitor through 6 decades of Route 66 history. The exhibits look at everything from road construction to the attractions and shops along the way.
2229 West Gary Blvd, Clinton, OK 73601
You might also like: Giant Rocking Chair
One big chair that is the perfect spot for pictures.
1933 Hwy 45, Austinburg, OH 44010
You might also like: Clanton's Cafe
A family tradition in Vinita, OK since 1927, the restaurant is best known for their chicken fried steak.
319 E. Illinois, Vinita, OK 74301
You might also like: Park Hills Motel & RV Park
Park Hills offers a clean motel with amenities like free internet, HBO and microwaves, as well as, an RV park. It is close to Vinita attractions such as the Will Rogers Museum, casinos and the world's latest McDonalds.
438415 E. Hwy 60, Vinita, OK 74301
You might also like: Wigwam Motel
7 Wigwam motels will built throughout the US but only 3 remain today. This is one of them. The owner, Frank Redford, turned his love of Native American history into a business with these cool cabins.
2728 W Foothill Blvd, San Bernardino, CA 92410
You might also like: The Dickey House
Built by Samuel N. Dickey, this Greek Revival mansion turned Bed & Breakfast, has 7 guestrooms with private baths. The house takes you back in time with a beautiful decor and grounds.
331 South Clay St, Marshfield, MO 65706