In an old gas station remodeled as a typical American restaurant of the '50s, is the Cruiser's Café 66, which as its name suggests, is located on the very Route. Its walls are decorated with objects that remind us of those years and that route, as well as the menu and furniture. It also has an outdoor space, from where you can see the passing ships that abound in this area, while sampling some traditional "Ribs" with sweet and sour sauce. It has a fixed souvenir shop which is accessible from inside the room and from there go directly to Route 66.
On the road trip between Phoenix and Las Vegas, and circulating the legendary "Route 66" (almost 40 km from the Grand Canyon), we stopped at this pure American restaurant, where we enjoyed a fantastic meat in two different ways and they were both tasty and delicious: the famous T-bone and filet mignon, plus the usual starters of chicken wings, onion rings ... and beer brewed in the town itself. This place is highly recommended at a price of about of about $ 50 per person. I have uploaded some pictures with the local history collection on the tablecloths and there is even a sign that warns not to enter if you are armed. Kind of funny.