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Does this restaurant offer an accessible route through the dining areas for guests with mobility, hearing, or visual impairments? This route should be well-lit, free of obstructions, and step-free.YesNoUnsure
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We didn’t want a big dinner and this place suited us well. They had just one soup, but it was one we liked so we got it. The had a wide variety of flavors of milkshakes and they were good and not too large. The...More
So easy to find, less than 6 blocks from Beale Street exit! Our first visit was so good we returned less than a week later! Great selection of burgers and they are so large my husband and I shared one! Onion rings were served piping...More
My family of four ate here one evening while staying the night in Kingman. This was our first taste of the nostalgia of the Mother Road and we really enjoyed. Fun Route 66 decor and the guys working there had personality and took good care...More
Just finished dinner at Mr D’z and loved it. We are just passing through on way from Vegas to Sedona but had to stop here after reading reviews. Looks just like the pictures, very friendly staff, and 50s and 60s music playing in background. There...More
We got into town too late to tour the Route 66 museum in the Powerhouse, so we had dinner. I had the chicken-fired steak - good old-fashioned food. Husband had the burger and fried, which he said was good. Our waiter, Peter, was attentive but...More
The restaurant had plenty of parking. The bathrooms were clean and the staff was so nice and wonderful to deal with. The menu had more than enough choices. When the food came out, it was HOT and very good. The servers were very attentive and...More
Mr. D’z Route 66 Diner is a staple in Kingman with a delicious menu and 1950’s atmosphere. Stop in and try their famous root beer! Also located across the street from the Powerhouse visitor center / museum.
My wife has Gluten insensitivities, for her breakfast all she had to do is skip the toast. Like most restaurants they don't have a completely gluten free prep & cooking area, but many items are made with gluten free... More
My wife has Gluten insensitivities, for her breakfast all she had to do is skip the toast. Like most restaurants they don't have a completely gluten free prep & cooking area, but many items are made with gluten free ingredients. We were just there for breakfast, which is an easy meal to go gluten free.