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“Antiques Abound”

Route 66 Historic District
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Ranked #6 of 51 things to do in Amarillo
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Owner description: This mile-long stretch of road originally belonging to Route 66, now features shops, clubs and restaurants. Favorites include the Nat Ballroom, currently an antiques store, but a former stop for the Big Bands that passed through Amarillo, and the Golden Light Café, where the best hamburgers in town have been served for more than 50 years.
Amarillo, Texas
Level 3 Contributor
14 reviews
6 attraction reviews
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“Antiques Abound”
Reviewed July 10, 2012

6th Street Antique mall has a great collection to browse through. Lots of western things there. There are several places you can shop. This is one of the few areas in Amarillo you can park and walk around a while. Real Food Cafe (I think) is new to the scene. They make really wonderful, fresh things. T's desserts are to die for!

Visited May 2012
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5 Thank jetskigal
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Amarillo, Texas, United States
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52 reviews
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“Route 66 is actually gone in Amarillo”
Reviewed June 2, 2012

All talk, no action. There is truly nothing left of Route 66 here in Amarillo. The area wants it to be Route 66, but it's just not.

Visited May 2012
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London
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“Really?”
Reviewed May 31, 2012

More like Antiques Village than Route 66. Seriously, if you want to buy antiques (from the last 50 years, so don't get your hopes up too high) then this is the place to go. However, if you're after 1950s diners, gas stations and Route 66 memorabilia stores, stay away - you will otherwise be sorely disappointed. There are many better stretches of Route 66 to visit.

Visited May 2012
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5 Thank Monkeyjoes
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Houston, Texas
Level 1 Contributor
3 reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 5 helpful votes
“Needs help!!!!!”
Reviewed May 29, 2012

Great opertunity to go back in time but all the riff raff leaves alot to be desired!

Visited December 2011
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5 Thank Nannybeth
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Hot Springs, Arkansas
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“Get your kicks”
Reviewed May 2, 2012

There are a few dives and antique shops worth visiting. Wish their were some great clothing boutiques

Visited April 2012
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