Rustic log cabin building [Editors note: I upgraded the ride rating to a 5. They don't take plastic , but the food and service is worth the inconvenience . Great little internet cafe really good food and friendly folks. Even have steak & chicken for those that dont like seafood. It is on the NW corner of Hwy 64 and Hwy 21, on the eastern end of Clarksville Ar. Hwy 21 is a great ride north towards Boxley Valley, or you could turn onto hwy 16, about 30 miles North of the BBQ joint, at Fallsville, and head towards Fayetteville This little "Hole-in-the-Wall" place is definitely worth stopping in.
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This might belong on a "strange people work there" sort of list, but not on this list. I don't think you could get more home style fried chicken or southern food anywhere else. Take Hwy 59 South from Uriah Al (north of Atmore & I65) you will have 45 miles of sweepers and great country views along the way. The Stagecoach is like eating at your grandmothers house on Sunday afternoon. For example, they served rosemary potatoes instead of french fries with the burger. Enjoy..safe inside dining room and picnic table out in parking lot.
The fried, yes I said fried, pork chops are the best I have ever had. Cajun Boilers has always been one of my favorite eating joints. It's in a good location when traveling to or through Arkansas to ride the twisties. I've been eating at Cajun Boilers for many, many years...it's ALWAYS great!
This place can be a downer if you hit it on the wrong day but thankfully, there aren't many of those. It was a privilege to see his cooker, he built it, damn, make you want to just sit, admire and look/smell. When went through the line, no scales, just serve it up. Great rides through Alabama/Florida Gulf Coast, Lower Alabama back roads.[Note: Map location approximate]A hole-in-the-wall downtown hot dog shop that can feel as snug as an MRI machine, Pete's Famous has been dishing out cheap eats since 1920.
It is located approx 2 miles up from Barber's Motorsports Park/Museum and another few miles from AL State 25, which is a fantastic road, most inviting for a sportbike but enjoyable as all get out on anything with two wheels. Asked for some of the bark and they knew what I wanted (try that in other so called Bar-b Que restaurants). My prediction, he is going to outgrow this place real quick. We first learned about it thanks to a Roadfooder who goes by the handle "The Don." The Don described Pete's hot dogs as "the absolute best in the land, perfectly grilled every time, always on a fresh steamed bun." He said that Pete's hot dogs are "so good I have to hit myself in the head with a brick to stop eating them." We can relate. They are modest-sized crisp-grilled weenies, loaded into soft steamed buns, and almost always served "all the way" with onions, sauerkraut, and tangy-sweet sauce, as well as a shot of mustard.
For me, this place is a good "relax" spot after a tremendously good ride up from Tuscaloosa via HWY 25, approx 125 miles up the way we do it. Other than hot dogs and hamburgers, there is nothing on Pete's menu, not even French fries.
If you need something on the side, bags of chips are available; and the beverages of choice are Coca-Cola and a curiously tangy grape-flavored bubbly bug juice known as Grapico.
Just the mention of this place makes our mouths water and we instantly start pining for another trip to Mickey's. The atmosphere is great, the food is great and inexpensive (try the Ozark Monte Christo), the service is enthusiastic and attentive, and unless you parachute in you can't get there without experiencing some of the finest riding in the country.