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Mouth-Watering Rides-to-Eat (RTEs).
Anxious to ride, but not sure where to go? Hungry, but not sure what you want to eat? Are you by yourself, or with a group of riders? What’s your favorite food: barbecue, grilled steak, chicken fried steak, ribs, chili, catfish, coleslaw, seafood, hush puppies, pizza, burritos, foot-long hot dogs, a great cheeseburger and fries, or just a super-sized ice cream cone on a hot and humid summer day? Pretty much any ride that involves a place to eat as the destination is a ride-to-eat and is worthy of the name. The destination really does not matter. It could be a neighborhood bar and grill with darts and pool tables inside or an old country store restaurant with horseshoes and corn hole out back. One of my personal favorites was the old Mississippi Chili Shack that sprinkled cheese over hot chili poured into a large bag of Fritos Corn Chips, served, of course, with a white plastic spoon and an ice cold Barq's root beer. It is as simple as that – a ride-to-eat is just a good ride punctuated by good food. That is all there is to it. Nothing fancy. The list below is a list of some of America’s greatest ride-to-eat destinations that you most likely will not find on a list of the "Top 50 Restaurants in the World," but they all have world-class food. Some may be close to you, others may be far enough away to work up your appetite getting there. Information about rides-to-eat may be submitted to us through our Contact Us page.