One of the local attractions you can enjoy during your next visit to the Phoenix, Arizona area is a day trip to Tortilla Flat, “The Town Too Tough to Die.” It is an authentic remnant of an old west town nestled in the midst of the beautiful Tonto National Forest, Superstition Mountain Range, about an hour or so east of Phoenix.
As well as being home for six adventurous people (not a misprint), Tortilla Flat has a charm that has surpassed time itself. Believe it or not, Tortilla Flat started out as a stage stop in 1904 and now neither fire nor flood has been able to remove this historic stop along the Historic Apache Trail. Mosey down the boardwalk (that’s take a stroll for all your easterners), and visit the Superstition Saloon.
To enhance your visit even more, real saddles serve as bar stools where you can enjoy a cold brew or sarsaparilla, or one of the many wonderful meals served each and every week. You may notice the unique wallpaper around the entire inside of the restaurant and store is real dollar bills from visitors from all over the world. The restaurant serves the biggest burgers, hottest chili and the coldest drinks every day. They also have a Gift Shop that will supply all your needs for the “unusual.” For more information and directions please visit www.tortillaflataz.com.