Breakfast at Tortilla Flats
As we roam around the state of Arizona, one of our missions will be to provide you with insider information about great, as well as fun places to eat.
Tortilla Flats definitely falls into the “fun” category.
Tortilla Flats is a historic stagecoach stop that is seemingly out in the middle of nowhere, with a total population of 6 people. However, it sits on the Apache Trail which makes it a wonderful place to stop for breakfast on your way across the Apache Trail, or a nice 1/2 trip out of the city of Phoenix.
When you walk into Tortilla Flats, you will immediately notice the walls papered with $1 bills, and you can belly up to the bar on real leather saddles while you enjoy your cackleberries (hen’s eggs) for breakfast, or perhaps a monstrous Bull Rider burger for lunch.
In either case, you will greatly enjoy your visit to Tortilla Flats, and the paved scenic road approaching this famous eatery will produce a great many oohs and aahs.