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Route 66 Food N Fuel

Route 66 Food N Fuel

2401 South Chicago Rd.
Joliet, IL 60436
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RT 66 Food N Fuel features Pop's Italian Beef & Sausage, Seating for 40, Dunkin Donuts with Drive-Thru, Beggar's Pizza slices, Travel Center & Convenience Store, ATM, Lottery, Video Gaming, Liquor Store, Ice, Gasoline, E-85, Diesel, Propane & Sunoco Racing Fuel and Truck Parking. Open 24/7, 365 days a year. RT 66 Food N Fuel is conveniently located along Route 66 (IL 53) on the southern edge of Joliet near the Chicagoland Speedway. The facility features a Bluesmobile which is a 1974 Plymouth Fury III resting upon a pole with Jake and Elwood seated in the car. Great photo opportunity. Get your kicks on Route 66!

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