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The food was most disgusting thing I’ve ever ordered. The hamburger patties were very thin, grey colored and tasted horrible. The cook made it worse by slathering an abundance of mustard on the burger. No other condiments for some reason. Also we got the jalapeño...burgers, which was more than the regulars, and there was four jalapeños in the middle of the burger 😂 The onion rings were not cooked through at all either. I make better burgers and I rarely ever cook meat. My fiancé will usually eat anything and even he wouldn’t finish his burger. Truly disgusting, they must pay employees to write reviews all day because there’s no way to explain 5 stars reviews.More
While driving east on I-40 from Flagstaff Arizona, I stopped in Seligman. Seligman was a city located on the Historic Route 66 Highway that took travelers from Chicago to the west coast. It's heydays were in the 1940's & 50's before the interstate highway system...was developed. Today, Seligman still celebrates that heritage with quirky memorabilia, signage and artifacts from the period.
I stopped in Delgadillos Snow Cap to tap into some of that nostalgia. After reading YELP reviews, I ordered a banana malt shake $4.95. AS a sweet tooth junkie, I love everything sweet but this was exceptionally great, so before I left, I ordered a traditional root beer float.
Snow Cap is loaded with charm. If you are from New Jersey you probably are familiar with Stewart's Ice Cream Stands, just think of Stewart's with sensory overload. Lots of 50's stuff, FunnyMore
Fun / unique place full of Americana-based decor. Staff was friendly (& funny), food was prepared fast but was just 'ok'. Our green chile burger was pretty bland but edible. Dogs allowed out back but not in patio area visible from the street.
We were here just as the corona virus was getting a grip on every part of America, 2 girls from U.K last day of our road trip and who are big fans of hairy bikers Si & Dave they visited the snow cap and Angel...and Vilmas back in 2019 and we really wanted to come and meet Angel but unfortunately the main shop was shut due to the outbreak and understandably so! But with the snowcap still open, we headed down there (not too far! )had our delicious malt shakes, a banana malt shake and a fudge malt shake they are delicious so recommend those! We were glad to buy snow cap T-shirts as a momento of our visit here. It’s iconic and without a doubt for us, Seligman epitomises Route 66. Definitely recommend stopping in Seligman and visiting the snowcap you can see that a lot of hard work has been done to preserve the Route 66 part of seligman and the passion involved. Long may it continue! We will hopefully be back when all this corona virus has been dealt with.More
Frozen burger patty not cooked through. Burger bun, stale and hard until it sopped up the wet slop they slathered over the burger without asking what we wanted on it. Frozen french fries not cooked through. Completely disinterested staff.
Premium price for utter slop and...a case of food poisining.More
Delgadillos Snow Cap is worth the trip for the smile it brings you alone! We just LOVED everything about this place- from the fun food and delicious malted milkshakes, to all the memorabilia inside and out, to the friendly staff and their cute pranks-it was...just tops. Definitely recommend to anyone going to or from the Grand Canyon, you will leave wondering when you’ll be able to plan another trip back!More
The drive on Historic Route 66 from the California border to this restaurant is spectacular. From the donkeys in Oatman, the curves up and down the mountains, beautiful vistas with unforgetable views, it's a fantastic ride. Stopping at the Snow Cap was to be the...end of a great day.
Lots of photo opportunities afforded some great pictures, however, neither of us finished our burgers, which had the taste of a third rate frozen patty, lacking both visual appeal and good taste. The milkshakes were great so I would suggest getting one but wouldn't waste money or time on the burgers.More