4 based on 840 reviews
Dined on a Sunday for dinner. Steak was nice and tender, good garlic bread, fettuccine Alfredo was just so-so, drowning in sauce. Chicken Jerusalem was over sauced as well. Very small amount of chicken. Red sauce was ok. If you really need Italian, it will do. Service was helpful and we received a discount because we were staying at a local hotel.
3.5 based on 118 reviews
Steak house, but I had a fabulous trout dinner. Older country music blares under red lights and heavy wood booths. Very friendly and efficient staff, reasonable prices and good food.
3.5 based on 33 reviews
Well let's just say the french fries were old enough for kindergarten:+( The three cheese burger had some weird squeeze coloured funky tasting cheese which oozed everywhere. Glad to get back on the road.
5 based on 2 reviews
We are a Locally owned coffee shop/Cakery that offers a variety of sweets and coffee drinks. Also, on our menu is two types of breakfast sandwiches, a croissant with ham, egg, and cheese and a homemade green chili bread panini with eggs and cheese. Our three lunch paninis include a Ham and Swiss, Carnita Pineapple, and Chicken Pesto with choice of Pasta salad, Soup, Chips or Side salad.
Quaint, little place. Plenty of seating if you have several. More than pastries and coffee - they have sandwiches, chips - even a few homemade gifts! Definitely worth your visit whether you’re on I-40 or Route 66!
4 based on 473 reviews
Come get your Kicks on RT.66! Listen to the Golden Oldies while you enjoy your meal.
This place serves a near home-made breakfast. They have a detailed menu and I chose the easy way out - Hungry Man's Special : 3 eggs, 3 slices of bacon or 2 sausage patties, home fries or hash browns (for an addl. 50c), 1 biscuit with gravy.
The gravy was great and the breakfast was great. They also serve pancakes, waffles, burgers and sandwiches.
An awesome lil place and probably the only breakfast and brunch place in Holbrook. Service was fast and good.
Pricing : Moderate.
Will I return? : Yes!
4.5 based on 84 reviews
We were told to go here by a local and they weren't wrong. Clean, newly decorated, comfortable cafe. Really tasty Mexican food, american food, breakfast served all day. Tasty red and green sauces, very friendly service. Drive thru for travelers on the go, plenty of parking, but only open til 2 or 3 pm. Try it out. Freeway close.
4 based on 551 reviews
I wanted to experience some old Route 66 spots. I should have skipped this one. Restaurant was a step above nasty. Service was terrible but food came out fast. Food was ok, we ate it, but no way would return or recommend. Really hate it but want to be honest.
4 based on 150 reviews
I ordered the chili relleno, thinking it would be in a green chili. When the waitress said it was a poblano chili, I reacted, but she reassured me it's not hot. When she came to check on us and asked, she didn't respond at all to the fact that it was too hot for me to eat. I'm sure the other stuff is good, but don't order this unless you like hot food.
4 based on 205 reviews
Found this place recommended on TA, so we stopped for dinner. We each got the 3-taco dinner of shredded beef with rice and beans. All was very good. We are used to TexMex, so we thought it could be a bit spicier, but still good. Very much a locals eatery, and quite busy that night, but service was good.
3.5 based on 402 reviews
Stopped here for breakfast while passing through. Typical Denny's great service, food was very good, nothing fancy. Two miles off of the interstate, not the most convenient location,
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