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    Amigo Cafe: Friendly Food

    by painterdave Written Jul 21, 2013
    Can't Take This Souvenir Home

    We were hot, tired and in need of a good lunch. There were few choices of places, and so we decided to go mom and pop. It turned out great.
    Walking in the door we saw an Indian family, a grandma, and another small group of locals, but no tourists. THe parking lot had almost scared us off....
    The dishes came quickly with a smile.
    Bathrooms clean

    Favorite Dish: Indian Fry Bread was HUGE.
    Enchiladas

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    Sonic: A popular place!

    by Yaqui Written Dec 28, 2008

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    Sonic is a very popular place with most small communities. They have some of the best shakes, malts, and sundaes! Most of these fast food places look new. It is nice that travelers have a choice of eating establishments now.

    Most of the busineses are located right on Hwy 160.

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    McDonalds: Fast Food!

    by Yaqui Written Dec 28, 2008

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    Another fast food restaurant located on Hwy 160. Some familiar fast food places located here. My favorite are the salads and my kids like the chicken sandwiches. You can eat healthy here, you just need to pay attention to the menus.

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    Reuben Heflin Restaurant: Wonderful food!

    by Yaqui Written Dec 28, 2008

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    Located in Hampton Inn, we were all really hungry and didn't want to have to drive any where. The boys had the hamburgers, I had to Navajo Taco and my youngest had the chicken fingers. It was all very good and satisfying. The decor was wonderful and the lovely ladies all dressed in traditional attire.

    Open for dinner nightly, service in main dining room or patio. Southwestern d├ęcor sets pace for the navajo or western style entrees. The food is all made from scratch and is rated the best in 200 miles. They feature nightly earlbird specials and also offer in Room dining for your pleasure.

    Reuben Heflin Restaurant is open for: Dinner

    Attire: Casual

    Hours: Mon - Sunday
    05:00 PM - 10:00 PM

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  • Kayenta Grocery Store: Decent Bakery

    by Orca5959 Written Jul 6, 2008

    The donuts in the bakery dept of this grocery store were really quite good. We grabbed a bunch to take on the road with us, along with coffee and juice from the store before we hit the road.

    Favorite Dish: The apple fritters were the best I've had in a long time. Crispy, not too greasy, still had apples.

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    Burger King: Burgers!

    by Yaqui Written Dec 28, 2008

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    Nice to know there are some fast foods places located here. Located right on Hwy 160 and has a unique feature. Code Talkers Museum. Not too many Burger Kings can say that!

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