Be sure to stop by this hidden gem just off of Route 66! Enjoy one of their famous burgers named after aircrafts. Located right beside the Kingman Airport, you can enjoy your meal while watching the planes take off and land.
Get a true cowboy experience when you visit this Steakhouse and general store. While you might initially be attracted by the environment you will keep coming back for their delicious burgers and other delicious offerings.
This Kingman staple is loved by locals and visitors alike. Enjoy one of its notorious sub sandwiches and soup specials. Options range from Cowboy Bean Chili and even Cream of Potato soup to pair perfectly with a hot or cold sandwich.
This family-friendly joint will leave you raving about its large menu, even larger portions of great food, and a nostalgic 60’s inspired feel that blends perfectly with a modern atmosphere.
Stop in for a country-style dinner or a full breakfast buffet. The affordable and delicious options are truly endless with regular daily specials, so check their Facebook or call in to see what special is planned for your visit.
While you might bring friends or family along for your Kingman adventure, don’t miss the opportunity to dine in the Hualapai Mountains surrounded by elk and other wildlife. And do not miss the opportunity to try their biscuits and gravy!
This retro diner is a true nod to Kingman’s car culture. Enjoy classic diner food like burgers and shakes, including their famous root beer floats, listen to hit music from that era, and check out classic cars in the parking area.
Located in a refurbished 113-year-old house, this popular upscale dining destination features the finest Italian cuisine in the Tri-State area in a setting that will make you feel as though it is Sunday afternoon at Nonna’s house.
Visiting this local Kingman gem might take a little bit of extra planning due to their hours, but we assure you, it will not disappoint with a wide range of Italian food and a friendly staff that consistently enhance every experience.
Located in a 100-year-old building on historic Route 66, this is Kingman’s go-to spot for Mexican food.