Delgadillos was great, as highlighted in so many other reviews. But for me, the best part was watching my two overtired teen sons laugh out loud at the corny jokes.
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not only is the food great (they chorizo burgers!), but the fanfare around the grounds is just amazing. funny stuff everywhere you look: doors that have two handles, which makes you pull on the wrong handle, funny puns from the staff, and just an overall entertaining place to be.
We stopped by here on the way from Hoover Dam to Williams, AZ for the Grand Canyon Railway. The city is very small and old, looked kinda like Radiator Springs. Stopped by the Snow cap because of all the Tripadvisor reviews. We got a root beer float for about $5. It was very good. The other food was standard fast... More
On our way to grand cannion we decided to have lunch here. Just what we needed. Very good mexican food, best milkshakes I tasted for some time and very friendly, welcoming family management.
What can I say, apart from hilarious cheesy staff! We said we wanted to have a look. they pulled out a toothpaste called "Look" we said we wanted a straws for our drinks, they pulled out a bunch of farmers straw. We got hotdogs which were amazing and milkshakes! better then what you can find around in some city locations.... More
We made a point of driving to Seligman on our way from LasVegas to Williams and it did not disappoint. The owner is a character and enjoys some joking around with customers. The burgers were great and onion rings were awesome. Loved the milk shakes. The yard has many old cars and the outhouses were hilarious.
It could take hours to take in all the fun things displayed at this iconic place! We had hot dogs, and they were yummy, grilled to perfection! Milkshake was just like the old fashioned ones I remember from my childhood! The staff was entertained us with their numerous corny pranks and jokes! ( not sure if it was just because... More
This place is a cheezy, kitchy temple to standing out with an attitude. From the moment you come up to the place, you see the memorabilia t-shirts on the fence. As you walk in, you will be assaulted with puns, fake mustard squirts, and more puns. Your ability to roll with it is the single biggest factor in how much... More
Burgers tasted so good! And the shakes were fantastic. The ambiance fits the style of route 66. Pleasant outdoor seating the the folks behind the counter were super nice!
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Does this place have in-door seating? We were thinking of stopping on our way to Arizona in March. Thanks!
the trip advisor page says you are a kosher restaurant? do you sell meat and milk? or just one or the other?