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This character exists primarily or exclusively within the Sonic the Hedgehog (film series) continuity.
Information in this article may not be canonical to the storyline of the games or any other Sonic continuity.

The Roadhouse Waitress[1] is a character that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog film series produced by Paramount Pictures and its spin-offs. She is a human and a waitress who works in the Piston Pit.


The Roadhouse Waitress is an adult human. She has peach skin, brown long hair and brown eyes. For attire, she wears a cowboy hat, earrings and a bandana on her neck.


Film series

Sonic the Hedgehog

The Roadhouse Waitress at the Piston Pit, from Sonic the Hedgehog (film).

When Sonic promised to Tom that he would no say another word for the rest of the trip in the Piston Pit, the Roadhouse Waitress came to their table, telling them what would they like to have. Sonic, who already broke his promise, started talking about his order. Thinking that Sonic was a human kid, told Tom that kids were not allowed in the bar. Tom convinced her however that Sonic was a 43-years old man who suffered from a very rare skin disease that stunted his growth. The waitress then received the order for a mellow yellow. Later, when Tom and Sonic were playing darts, Sonic threw so many darts quickly that the darts were left everywhere on the wall around the waitress, embedded in things like her hat and dinks.

While in Sonic was using his super speed to prank the whole Piston Pit, he ate some chili dogs that were on a dish that the waitress was going to serve.


The Roadhouse Waitress is a dedicated worker and abides by the rules of the Piston Pit. As such, she insists that the rules of her workplace is kept, like no children being allowed in there.