Dot's Diner  is a small metal diner located in Bisbee, Arizona. It was created by Valentine Manufacturing Incorporated [1 2] of Wichita, Kansas. This the same company that made the Welcome Diner located in Phoenix, Arizona.
We had a white picket fence like that around the yard next to the house I grew up in. I'd run my miniature die-cast racing cars along the top rail. That yard. Weeoooo. The stories.
I like these cabinets.
This is the floor. This is where things end up if they fall.
Dot's also sells mugs and t-shirts.
Ray Kroc was sitting in his office one day picking his nose and he noticed that some mom-n'-pop hamburger joint had placed a ridiculously large order for Multimixers. Thus intrigued, Mr. Kroc thought to himself: "I wonder if the very next step I take will set into motion some horrible monster that will eventually destroy a nation."
This is a sandwich I had. It was good. The fries are tasty.
Prices at Dot's Diner have been rock-solid for a year, at least where pies are concerned. In August of 2003, and in July of 2004, creme pie slices (banana, chocolate, coco-nut) cost $2.95, $13 for the whole pie. Fruit pies (in 2003: Bisbee berry, cherry, dutch apple, rhubarb) cost $2.25 for a slice, $9 for the whole pie.
The above pie is the coco-nut creme pie. It is a delicious pie.
There are also cookies, and pie-in-a-cup. No, really. Pie-in-a-cup. Look underneath the Multimixer.
Dot's Diner sits right next to the Shady Dell , an RV park that features restored vintage trailers that you can sleep in for money. There is also a boat. To sleep in. More on this "later."