Great little place to go with the family. The drive is winding, and the views are amazing. Highly recommend the drive.
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We had time before our Dolly steamboat cruise and stopped for a drink at Tortilla Flats. What an unexpected surprise!! The decor is so unique. The bar stools are saddles and there are dollar bills stapled to the walls! A must see
Great place for visitors if all ages. The food is delicious, atmosphere is relaxed and welcoming, service is excellent. Bring a $1 bill with you. Maybe you can find a spot on the wall to add to its abounding decor! Go next door for gelato...More
Great little restaurant in a town with a population of 6. The chilli and onion rings were great. The service was fast and friendly. Great place to stop while on the Apache trail.
A little "Day Trip" out of Mesa, Arizona brought us up scenic Arizona Highway 88. Tortilla Flat is a cute little watering hole, tourist trap near Canyon Lake. The Mercantile is cute and filled with souvenirs and local. (?????) art. The saloon is a quaint...More
Food is good, the bar really funny, good service and unforgettable decor. Really a fun place to visit. Famous for their burgers and great cold, draft beer.
Tortilla Flat is presumed to be Arizona's smallest official "community" having a U.S. Post Office and voter's precinct. The town has a population of 6. Tortilla Flat can be reached by vehicles on State Route 88, via Apache Junction. From the days when they were...More
Our grandkids from Indiana was visiting and we took them up here for lunch. It was fun looking at the museum and in the mercantile. The food was very good.
For us this was turn around spot on the loop. It’s great atmosphere and the food wasn’t bad at saloon! Very fun