Dining Gets Unchained

Kicks on Route 66 Breaks Conventions and Elevates Dining in Williams

Mtn Living Mag July/August 2015

Regulars who travel Interstate 40 through Williams might have noticed that the highway sign for the decades-long mainstay of Denny’s on the west side of town is no longer there. As it turns out, the chain eatery had transformed into Kicks on Route 66, with such an abundance of fresh, inviting fare as to make it a dining destination. That is the secret ingredient independent restaurants can offer—choice. Often, local sourcing, scratch cooking or seasonal menus can offer customers an adventurous culinary reason to return. Continue reading “Dining Gets Unchained”