It tasted great and was very kid friendly. The ambiance reminded me of older diners (Mel's) from back home.
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We love visiting this diner. The kids adore the large selection of shakes and malts and we love the old-style burgers and sandwiches. The Albuquerque turkey sandwich is a must-try - the green chile taste overwhelms the turkey a little, but it is still juicy...More
The food was fresh and delicious. The ice cream was the shining star! Home made and just divine! I had a root beer shake. Everything there is home made. Loved the decor. A fun place to go for a quality burger and an awesome shake....More
The food was great, priced right, the service was friendly and prompt, and there's tons of route 66 stuff on the walls!
My family and I went here for some dinner and were pleasantly surprised. When we walked in, we were greeted by a kind waitress and seated at a nice table. When it was time to order, our waitress made sure that she got the order...More
I go here at least once a year and get the chili cheese fries with a couple of friends. For the New Mexico visitors, chili cheese fries are not french fries covered in beans, meat, and nacho cheese. These fries are covered in melted cheddar...More
This was one of this had too stops on our trip... We were in Albuquerque for the 2013 Balloon Fiesta and decided to check out what was left of Route 66... unfortunately very little!!! We found lots of lonely signs for long lost and demolished...More
Quirky 50s style diner with authentic decor and great personal service. Try the milkshakes and sundaes.
Great place to stop and treat yourself. Had a wonderful hot fudge sundae. Waiter was so friendly and informative. He told us more about the area, and the items in the restaurant. We met the owner after our meal and he was more than willing...More