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RTE. 66 Bar & Grill

RTE. 66 Bar & Grill

113 E Baltimore St
Wilmington, IL 60481
815-476-6000
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Route 66 Bar & Grill is a fantastic place for a family meal along the “Mother Road” Route 66. They are known for their fish fry which comes with homemade chips, slaw, and bread. You also can’t go wrong with the pizza and beef sandwich which also make your mouth water. Route 66 Bar & Grill has weekly entertainment highlighting the many local bands. Even though the Route 66 Bar & Grill name is new (formerly PT's on 66), the food and service are still as good as ever.


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