Located in Williams' oldest building, this Mexican cantina calls itself the town's funnest restaurant, and you may ... More
Located in Williams' oldest building, this Mexican cantina calls itself the town's funnest restaurant, and you may very well agree. Sonoran-style Mexican and Southwestern cuisine are served in the former "Cabinet Saloon," renowned for its gunfights and shady ladies. Many of the building's original architectural features remain, including the ceiling trim and hand-painted wainscoting. The building is directly across from the train depot in the downtown historic district. The usual suspects including burritos, enchiladas, tacos, chicken, beef and pork combination plates, go well with the frosty Margaritas and other house specialty drinks. Both smoking and non-smoking dining rooms are available.
This is hands down the most adventurous way to travel to the Canyon. It will take you from grassy meadows
to mountain passes, and back into history. Trains depart from historic Williams Depot each morning. During the one and ...
Those seeking a tranquil atmosphere while staying in Williams, a town with an Old West feel situated on historic Route
66, might want to consider this lodging. The inn is nestled in 27 acres of ponderosa pine, and the ...
One of two Hanna Barbara sanctioned Flintstone themed amusement parks (the other is in South Dakota), this fun for all
ages prehistoric playground features a whole park full of adventures for fans of Fred, Barney and the gang. Built ...