Red Cedar Inn has closed. Out last day of operation
for the public was Monday March 7th. Our online Gift Shop
will also be temporarily closed. The property is being put
up for sale by the Smith Family. Osage Realty of Pacific is
the Realtor. Jim Smith is the contact person. We sincerely
thank everyone for their patronage.
Red Cedar Inn
1047 East Osage
Pacific, MO 63069
June 11, 2003 was Red Cedar Inn Dedication Day! You can also
read about it on the Awards page.
The Red Cedar Inn restaurant - along old Route 66 in
Pacific, Missouri, USA - just outside St. Louis - serves
great food including steaks, seafood, country cooking, and
desserts. Music on selected nights, often featuring polka
legend, Herb Eberle. We also have a bar with mixed drinks,
beer and OakGlenn Wines. You can view our full Menu online.
The Red Cedar Inn is now listed on the National Register of
Historic Places, and has been designated a "site worth
seeing" on Route 66 by the Route 66 caravan sponsored by
Hampton Inn hotels "Save-A-Landmark" campaign. Check out
these and other things on our Awards Page.
The Red Cedar Inn restaurant was founded in 1934 by brothers
James and Bill Smith in Pacific, Missouri. The building has
remained with the Smith family ever since. The Red Cedar Inn
was built on the then new Route 66, and has been a Route 66
landmark ever since. Read more about our history on The
front page of our menu.
The Red Cedar Inn is currently run by the Route 66 Phoenix
Company, owned by Wes Karna. Ginger Gallagher, the
granddaughter of James Smith I also helps run the business.
Her mother, Katherine Smith, wife of James Smith II, still
owns the building today (and bakes our brownies!). Read more
on our staff page.