Donya, a transplant from Colorado, born in California, has lived in Williams since 1996. Eric, originally from Cincinnati, has lived in Arizna for almost thirty years, and enjoys exploring the vast diversity of the state. He moved to Williams in 1998 after graduating from University of Arizona's engineering department, and currently works at Grand Canyon Railway as the Locomotive Manager. He can be found photographing the outdoors, running a steam engine, and making Cincinnati chili.
Donya graduated from NAU in 2008 with a degree in Wildlife Biology and during her college years worked for the Java Cycle, the very same coffee shop location as Cafe 326. Both Eric and Donya have a huge passion for meeting new people and sharing their love for the state of Arizona and have always appreciated Route 66. In January of 2012 the opportunity to own a piece of
history became available through the purchase of American Flyer Coffee Company. Donya loved the Java Cycle and couldn't imagine not having the joy of serving coffee and educating tourists from all over the world about Arizona. Although the tourists are really only half the joy, the other would be the opportunity to engage with the locals of Williams
Arizona on a daily basis.
3 year old Carson occasionally graces the establishment with his outgoing personality, and can be found playing trains with his new friends.
All of the products at Cafe 326 follow the highest of standards. All of our food products are made right in our store using the freshest ingredients, so it is our hope that locals and visitors alike feel that they're getting a taste of home.
We hope that a visit to our little shop on Rt. 66 will provide a unique taste of what Northern Arizona has to offer.