Restaurants

Steak in Barstow

Idle Spurs Steakhouse

In the saddle since 1950, this Western-themed spot, ringed around an atrium and a full bar, is a fave with locals and Route 66 travelers. Surrender to your inner carnivore with slow-roasted prime rib, hand-cut steak…
Diner in Barstow

Peggy Sue's

Built in 1954 as a simple, nine-stool, three-booth diner, Peggy Sue's has since grown into a miniempire with ice-cream shop, pizza parlor, a park out back with metal sculptures of 'diner-saurs' and kitschy-awesome g…
Mexican in Barstow

Lola’s Kitchen

Interstate truckers, blue-collar workers and Vegas-bound hipsters all gather at this simple, colorful Mexican cocina, tucked away inside a strip mall and run by two sisters who make the full spectrum of honest-to-go…
American in Los Angeles to Barstow

Iron Hog Restaurant & Saloon

Roy Rodgers and Johnny Cash came by and scenes from Easyrider were filmed at this old-timey honky-tonk dripping with memorabilia and character(s). It's hugely popular with bikers and serves large portions of rib-sti…
Steak in Los Angeles to Barstow

Sycamore Inn

This storied Route 66 landmark has fed its juicy steaks to generations of meat lovers, including A-listers such as Marilyn Monroe. The menu brims with old-school faves such as oysters Rockefeller, crab cakes and shr…
Sandwiches in Los Angeles to Barstow

The Hat

The classic sign featuring a chef's toque and the words 'World Famous Pastrami' greets hungry diners at the original Hat in Glendora where they've been piling up hot-pastrami sandwiches since 1951. Thinly sliced and…
American in Los Angeles to Barstow

Magic Lamp Inn

Easily recognized by its fabulous neon Aladdin's lamp, this 1955 Route 66 dining shrine sparkles with shiny dark woods and stained-glass windows. It serves up old-school sandwiches and steaks, including a mighty Cha…