Goldie’s Route 66 Diner

Welcome to Goldie’s Route 66 Web Site.

Travel east on Route 66 and turn left to join us for a great meal.

Now open until 9!

Open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

(Please note menu items may have changed.)

425 E. Route 66
Williams, Arizona 86046
928-635-4466

If you are driving and see this view, PLEASE TURN IN! You are going the wrong way!

Fun facts:
Goldie’s Route 66 diner was the original Denny’s in Williams from the sixties.
Williams, Arizona was the last Route 66 town to be bypassed by I-40 in 1984.
Route 66 is also known as the Will Rogers highway, but is called today the Mother Road or Main Street of America.

7 Responses to Goldie’s Route 66 Diner

  1. mary bellopede says:

    My husband and I are from Phila. Pa and we were visiting Williams last week. We stopped by to have breakfast and what a wonderful surprise we had. Your food was fantastic and also you have the best bacon that I ever tasted. Could you possibly send me the brand name of the bacon that you use in the restaurant? Keep up the good work.

  2. Richie says:

    Recomended by our inn keeper. Good choice. Very clean food delicious.

  3. Gail Berry says:

    Hi to you from Gail who worked at the Trading Post in Sedona right up until it closed.
    (tall, short white hair). Trying to locate Lee (and his email) so say hello to him and Lois and catch up on news.

    All the best, Gail

  4. G W Richards says:

    We remembered this place from our Route 66, Chicago to Santa Monica motorcycle trip in 2010. This time we took our Corvette on the trip. The breakfast we had then was very good. I made a special detour so we could stop there for breakfast again on our way to see the (closed) Grand Canyon. Our server was quite friendly and the breakfast was as good as we remembered. The “over-easy” eggs I had were just about the most perfectly cooked “over-easy” eggs I have ever had. If we ever are in that area again, I will make it a point to stop there again.

  5. gin says:

    On your banner it says the restaurant is open 6am to 9pm and a little further down it says the restaurant is open 7am to 2 pm….so which will it be in March when I come thru there?
    Thanks

    • gcd says:

      Thanks for the note. The banner was made when the restaurant originally re-opened. The hours changed and I did not change the banner. The hours in the post should be accurate. They are closed for the winter so I have not been able to check with Jeff on what the new hours will be in the spring. They will likely be the same.

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