Rod's Historic Steakhouse

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This old-fashioned steakhouse has been in operation since the end of the war, and is renowned for its fine foods, original features and its resident ghost. Staff and patrons believe the spectre is Rodney Graves, a former owner and manager of the restaurant. He has been known to break mirrors, move objects around, brush past staff and diners and is responsible for the disembodied footsteps frequently heard throughout the building.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

301 East Route 66
Williams, AZ
United States

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35.2518461, -112.18503750000002
Coconino County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
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Clarkdale, AZ (34.0 mi.)
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  1. I walked into the place couple of years ago from the rear entrance not realizing it was closed! I thought I saw a flash of light on the wall and I left right after that! Came back the next night and I felt and heard two knocks on my table! I think it was the original owner Rod Graves! I love this steakhouse! I will be stopping to eat there early August for sure.

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