The staff was very friendly. Food was good. Decor nice. Easy to find. Has an old movie set on property from the Western Era.
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I loved the names on the menu. Cool decor. Great staff, delicious food, plenty of it. There are a lot of great restaurants here, but I'm glad we ate here.
Traveling along Rte 66 and drawn in by name of cafe. Ordered hamburger and hot dog on first visit. Both were very good as were the fries and sides. Visited again next day and we ordered cheese quesadilla and Reuben sandwich. Both were delicious. Fresh...More
Stopped by for lunch today it's a minute off of I-40 on old Route 66. The inside is western decor and they have a bar in the next room. I really enjoyed reading the menu, fun "roadkill" names for the offerings. I had their hamburger...More
Heading back to Vegas from Williams to catch our flight home to Toronto, and we wanted to avoid the interstate and take Route 66. This, in part was inspired by the Billy Connolly Route 66 Travel Log (Definitely worth watching - He covers the whole...More
it was a must stop on rt 66, and it was not dissapointing, the food was great, all the people were so nice. the menu had funny names for all there food, on the menu. i had the "too slow doe" BBQ pork
We were actually here in October 2015, but I am behind in my reviews, and you can only go back one year when asked for dates. The restaurant staff were all very friendly and helpful. We got a good deal on some yummy comfort food...More
If you're looking for something a little different with good food and great service, try the road kill cafe. My family of five, with three young kids stopped in for dinner on the way past. The taxidermy collection is not to be missed!
The menu is hilarious with lots of choices. Overpriced compared to similar place throughout Arizona, NM and Texas. I enjoyed the Navajo taco but my husband found spicy chicken wings to be just ok. We wouldn't choose to return but it was worth the visit...More