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And for what it’s worth, in the movie they drink dry martinis, not old-fashioneds. The tiny sips spread inside her mouth and release a mélange of organic flavors.
Although this scene, which takes place in Carol’s house, is not technically a place you could go on a queer road trip across the United States, any list about food Carol and Therese consume would be remiss without mention of the Hot Milk Scene. The milk seemed to taste of bone and blood, of warm flesh, or hair, saltless as chalk yet alive as a growing embryo.
Although it’s not a restaurant, Roadside America in Shartlesville, PA features a warehouse-sized sprawling miniature village in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country.
The attraction has been open since 1935; Patricia Highsmith might have known about it.
In their hotel room they eat an orange, share milk, and (finally) consummate their passion.
In Sioux Falls the women attend a one ring circus where, “the performers were not very expert.” They eat a bag of popcorn and “it was an evening Therese would never forget, and unlike most such evenings, this one registered as unforgettable while it still lived” (201).
“They stopped for dinner at a large restaurant built like a lodge in an evergreen forest.
They were almost the only people in the big dining room, and they chose a table near the fireplace.
On the way, they stop for fried clam sandwiches (81).In the great Salt Desert they eat ham and eggs at a “gas station café standing all by itself like a wart on the flat landscape” (206).This restaurant called the Salt Flats Café has amazing Yelp reviews, however, no mentions of a wart-like appearance.They spread out the road map and decided to head straight for Salt Lake City” (202).I have to be honest, I had a very hard time finding some place that fit this description.