As Good As You Remember
On Veteran’s Day, 1964, Milt and Doris Huggs switched on their soon-to-be-famous neon sign for Milt’s Coffee Shop. The sign has been a beacon to hungry truck drivers and families alike traveling down Highway 99. Over the years Milt’s has become a designated stop for people looking for “a happy place for hungry people”.
Milt’s Famous Reuben
Corned beef cooked in house, melted Emmentaler swiss cheese, Homemade Russian dressing and sauerkraut served on grilled thick sliced Pyrenee’s Rye bread.
24th Street Fresh Strawberry Shake
Made with fresh, juicy strawberries right from the field.