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St. Louis, MO - Eat-Rite-Diner

The Eat-Rite Diner in St. Louis, Missouri
was constructed in 1908 before Route 66 was even conceived of, this long enduring eatery first served as a coffee and donut shop for railroad crews. In 1940, it became the “Eat-Rite Diner” and coined its motto “Eat-Rite or don’t eat at all.” Nostalgic Route 66 travelers enjoyed this stop until December of 2020 when it became another lost business to the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, the old diner building is occupied by another restaurant. Photo by Kathy Alexander.
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Category:City Scenes
Subcategory:Buildings
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Keywords:Eat Rite Diner, Route 66, building, business, diner, missouri, sign, st louis

St. Louis, MO - Eat-Rite-Diner