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The Ariston Cafe was founded by Pete Adam, a Greek immigrant, in Carlinville, Illinois in 1924. The original cafe was located on Route 4, the predecessor of Historic Route 66. In 1929, the Cafe was relocated to Litchfield, Illinois and moved into its present location on Route 66 in 1935. Since 1966, Pete’s son Nick and wife, Deme, continue to offer the traditional service expected of a family-owned and operated restaurant. The cafe is believed to be one of the oldest restaurants on Route 66 and has been inducted into the Route 66 Hall of Fame and is placed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
Surrounded by stately oaks, Forsee Vineyards offers estate handcrafted wine in a serene country atmosphere. Sit on the patio and listen to music or take your favorite glass and stroll the six acres of vineyards.
Route 16 Cafe
Great food, great service, great prices. Home-cooked meals and daily specials.
CITY: Tower Hill
A hometown delight with daily specials.
Angelo's Pizza has been serving Taylorville and surrounding areas service since 1965. Angelo's has gone through many transitions throughout it's lifetime, including expanding the dining room, kitchen and parking lot in order to meet our customers' expectations. Items include pizza, pasta, sandwiches, soup, salad and more. Banquet room available for large groups or special events. Catering available.
Jubelt’s Bakery in Litchfield offers routine breakfasts and lunches, but this family has been in the bakery business since their German immigrant ancestors arrived a century ago. Stop by for a slice of pie or the whole pie, either way you’re sure to leave with a smile on your face.
Situated at Oak Terrace Resort on Lake Beyers. Serving everything from appetizers to full course meals. Also have a banquet room available for parties, weddings, banquets, etc. Can accommodate up to 400 in banquet hall, 40 in lounge, and 70 in dining room. Sunday buffet from 7:30 - 2.
The Artison Cafe in Litchfield, IL is believed to be one of the oldest restaurants on Route 66. With an eclectic menu of dishes from western favorites, south of the border food, and ocean catches; there’s even Baklava –a delicious sweet and gooey Greek dessert. Come for the history, stay for the food.