Stopped for lunch with friends. Had a hamburger and milkshake. Yum! Homemade burger, rich chocolate shake
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My wife and I stopped by after dinner for an ice cream. The first thing we noticed was that the restaurant was decorated like a '50's ice cream parlor. A lot of Coke decorations. The next thing we noticed was that the place was spotless....More
We were very disappointed. This isn't really an old fashioned diner or soda fountain, rather it's a low end restaurant with a few decorative accents from the diner/route 66 era. Only 2 staff, cook and waitress... unimpressive service. Fountain classics that we purchased were poorly...More
My family came in for dinner after a long day of traveling to the Grand Canyon. There were only 2 employees, the cook and waitress. It was frustrating waiting on getting our food and drinks.The poor waitress was trying to serve 4 tables and another...More
This place is really retro. Great fun! The music is retro as well. We tried their famous milkshakes which are huge, and a freeze float. Delicious.
Ate dinner here after being at the Grand Canyon all day. We were tired and wanted something easy. Service was ok, but there was only one server working and one young man working on shakes. He seemed to be unsure of what he needed to...More
Sadly, I felt the food was poorly prepared and overpriced. Burned corn dogs, overcooked hot-dog, under-cooked burger, very small portions of fries for the price. Fountain drinks alone for our family cost 18 dollars. To boot the place is connected to a bar where a...More
We had a great meal the staff were very helpful and the genuine decor brought back many memories. If you are looking for a Route 66 experience go to Twisters in Williams, Arizona, the whole Town is steeped in history, enjoy.
Last time I ate here, I had the catfish and it was delicious. But I wanted to try their burgers because after all, they look like an old fashioned burger and malt shop. But alas, their burgers are preformed patties and so they taste no...More