chef rodney is a down to earth guy who serves up some delicious food he makes himself His food is unique as is he.
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I had been meaning to stop by Rodney's since realizing its' existence about a year ago. I finally stopped by last week and got an order of wings and the wife got the gumbo. My wife ate her gumbo in the van as we drove...More
While visiting museums and walking the Historic District of Willcox we often saw Rodney sitting out front or waiting on customers at his sidewalk tables. He always looked happy and greeted people as they walked by. So, we decided to try his little place for...More
One Sunday, I'd just been up hiking around at chiricahua, and decided to stop someplace in Willcox for lunch. I took a stroll through the old business district which - on a Sunday - looks more like a ghost town. Fortunately I noticed a guy...More
Girl at the hotel recommended 2 places, neither of which are open on Sundays. We walked around town and luckily stumbled upon Rodney's. We walked by it, but once we figured out we actually need to drive somewhere, we checked it out. Rodney suggested we...More
Rodney was sitting outside reading a book when we pulled up for lunch. A very unpretentious place, actually a shack only that is the kitchen and counter. The menu is listed outside and I assume it changes as needed. We ordered Creole Fish, Hamburger and...More
This place was found on a drive through of Willcox when our favorite BBQ place was closed. It was a nice day so we decided to eat outside and it looked interesting...... The place doesn't look like much but the food is well prepared and...More
Rodney is a charmer and his food is simple, but good as advertised. He is a great representative of both Creole and Southern Arizona hospitality. From Gumbo to the humble hot dog (hot dog and fries for under $4), it's well worth the stop.
Stopped in after going to the chiricauas, they were very reasonably priced, but cash only, and he was very nice. There was plenty of seating in the back and just the southern smell coming from the kitchen was enough to pull us off the street....More