Weitz Cafe, family part of Route 66 lore
Restaurant in Braidwood tied to downtown Morris eatery
BRAIDWOOD — It was post World War II America and the country was rebounding after four years of war.
The Mother Road, Route 66, was a main artery that helped our country win the war. This re-awakening was to be the source of national economic growth in each of its thousands of cities, towns and villages.
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