OldWestNewWest.com: History & Travel Magazine

Sunday
Mar 26th
Text size
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size
Home Restaurants

Restaurants

Steaks and Seafood

Wild Bill Would Have Loved This Steakhouse in Springfield, Missouri

Wild Bill Would Have Loved This Steakhouse in Springfield, Missouri

When gamblers Wild Bill Hickok and Dave Tutt squared off against each other to shoot it out on July 21, 1865 in Springfield, Missouri, they had no idea just how momentous their gunfight would become for America's Old West history.

At a distance of about 75 yards between them, Hickok and Tutt faced off from opposite sides of the town square. The story goes that Tutt shot first, but it went wide. Wild Bill then took careful aim and mortally plugged Tutt in the chest.

Read more...
 
Mexican Food

Family-Style Huevos Rancheros That Can’t Be Beat in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Family-Style Huevos Rancheros That Can’t Be Beat in Albuquerque, New Mexico When you visit New Mexico, and you're hungry, you have to think Mexican food. While there are several excellent Mexican-style restaurants in the state, one of the best is Barelas Coffee House in Albuquerque.

Located in the South Valley, Barelas is unp...
Read more...
Delis and Cafes

Johnson’s Corner, Colorado's Iconic Truck Stop, Sold to TravelCenters

Johnson’s Corner, Colorado's Iconic Truck Stop, Sold to TravelCenters

Colorado's historic and iconic Johnson's Corner truck stop, restaurant and bakery has been sold to TravelCenters of America LLC (TravelCenters).

A world-famous family-owned restaurant and full-service truck stop travel plaza, Johnson’s Corner, on I-...

Read more...
Steaks and Seafood

Students Offer Up Food and a Great Musical Review in Flagstaff, Arizona

Students Offer Up Food and a Great Musical Review in Flagstaff, Arizona

Off beat, and off the beaten path? Great steaks? Live entertainment? All of that and more, we were told by friends of OldWestNewWest.Com . If we wanted good food and a good story, we had to stop at Black Bart's Steak House and Saloon in Flagstaff, Ariz...

Read more...
Mexican Food

Good Comida, Early California History on Los Angeles’ Olvera Street

Good Comida, Early California History on Los Angeles’ Olvera Street We love really good Mexican food, and we love a really good story. We found both at La Golondrina Café and Historic Landmark on Olvera Street in downtown Los Angeles.

First the story. La Golondrina's roots go back to 1924 when Consuelo Castillo de Bo...
Read more...
  • «
  •  Start 
  •  Prev 
  •  1 
  •  2 
  •  Next 
  •  End 
  • »
JPAGE_CURRENT_OF_TOTAL
Restaurants
Banner
Banner
Banner