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Drive was recommended. Glad we did it. The restaurant has a unique feel. Lots of effort to create a frontier feel. Hundreds (thousands?) of dollar bills stuck to the wall. Saddles for bar stools. Menu is short, but adequate. Food quality is good, better than...More
We like to ride out to Tortilla Flat to have a burger. Until this year the road was in terrible shape. That’s all been fixed now the road is newly paved smooth in a very enjoyable motorcycle ride from the Phoenix area.
Really neat place to visit food was good and the atmosphere is fun. Dollar bills all over the walls & ceiling (400K) This is a place not to miss. The road going there has also been repaved which makes the trip better
The best part of this place is all the "stuff" hanging on the walls along with the unique wallpaper! It certainly isn't the food or the service. Loved the drive out from Phoenix on Rte 88 and this made for a timely way station but...More
Really enjoyed the food here. Usually a wait to get in at least 30 min. So be prepared. Dollar bills left by patrons line the walls and ceiling. Fun little (one block) town. The drive there is the best part! Great way to see Arizona!
Whilst visiting from the UK we went this restaurant with friends and were looking forward to a real ‘American’ experience. The place is certainly quirky in decor but the lunch (which was mediocre) was completely ruined by the extremely rude staff (the bar staff in...More
Stopped here on a tour. The guide said it’s the best burger. Well, yes it was an awesome tasting burger!
Now for the restaurant itself - very cool place! It is COVERED in dollar bills!! $300,000 to be exact. The bathroom was something to see....More
You know when a new restaurant comes to town, the atmosphere is fun and the owners and staff are eager to please with great food and fun. Then five to eight years go by and the polish is warn off, the staff is tired and...More