Redfield, Arkansas: Mammoth Orange Drink Stand

Originally named the "Big Orange," which was later upgraded to "Mammoth Orange." Built in 1966.
Address:
103 N Highway 365, Redfield, AR
Directions:
Between Pine Bluff and Little Rock, intersection of Hwy 46 and 365. Take the Redfield exit off I-530/US Hwy 65 and follow Arkansas Hwy 46 through town to 4-way stop sign. Turn left and the Orange is on right.
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Mammoth Orange Drink Stand

Don't just drop by. Eat! The fried okra is outstanding. Kids and adults were happy with their meals. Breakfast served all day.

[J Maynard, 07/25/2016]

Mammoth Orange.

Mammoth Orange Cafe

Mammoth Orange is just open a few days a week, but it is still open.

[Kat Robinson, 08/11/2014]

Earlier tipsters reported the Orange as closed, but must have visited during its off hours.

Mammoth Orange Drink Stand.

Mammoth Orange Drink Stand

Closed.

[Melina, 08/05/2014]

Several tipsters have reported the Mammoth Orange as shuttered since 2013. We're leaving it on the maps, since the building is still of interest (and perhaps it'll reopen).

Orange stand.

Mammoth Orange Drink Stand

Our family thinks we are nuts. "You're going to drive 50 miles to eat a hamburger in an orange because you saw it on Roadside America?" "Why yes of course, cause that's the way we roll" we tell them. Well, both the hamburgers and the prices were great! Next time we visit in Arkansas we plan to go back on a Friday night so we can try their catfish and prawn special.

[Gary Epperson, 08/29/2011]
Mammoth Orange Cafe

I absolutely love the Orange. I've lived in Redfield all my life, and as a matter of fact, worked at the Orange for a very long time!

Mrs. Earnestine Bradshaw opened the Mammoth Orange in 1965, similar to A "Mammoth Orange" drink stand she worked and managed in California for years. My Grandfather, F.P. Baugh, along with Mrs. Earnestine's husband, William, built the Orange.

It has remained open for all these years. Other than Holidays, the ONLY day it has been closed is on the day we buried Aunt Earnestine (of course, she wouldn't hear of that if she were alive to have a say so!). Hand spun real milkshakes, daily lunch specials, and a large menu awaits! Oh, I forgot the friendly service!

[Tracy Stewart, 08/06/2009]

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