|The Road of Adventure|
Memories of good restaurants cling to everyone, triggered by simple smells, quick visual flashes, some notes of music. Maybe sautéed onions with bacon bring back that little Mom and Pop place near the childhood home. Or, is it the exquisite fresh baking bread that reminds one of a marvelous by a favorite coffee shop? The oldies on radio summon up a summer vacation when there were many summers to come.
Whatever the sense might be, everybody identifies with a familiar place locked in the memories of good places or unique experiences.
What about a remote place, located in the middle of a desert wasteland? And, if that restaurant has an unusual name, would you stop there?
RoadKill Café, 504 W. Highway 66, Seligman, Arizona, is such a place. “Unique” isn’t adequate to describe this place.
Their motto is: "You Kill It, We Grill It!"
|The mission statement|
Located on Route 66 just off Freeway , the town of Seligman, AZ, has kept its old West and small town flavor. The menu offers many fine entrees, such as "Splatter Platter", Deer Delectables, Bad Brake Steak, Fender Tender, Caddie Grilled Patty, Swirl of Squirrel, Big Bagged Stag, Highway Hash, Almost-Crossed-the-Road-Chicken, and other delights.
The chocolate malt is the best, though.