We have traveled the entire length of Route 66 and have eaten at a lot of 66 eateries. I had the bacon cheeseburger, which was fine, and my wife had the patty melt with swiss cheese and green chile, which was excellent. We got a small basket of fries, which was not all that small and they were just as greasy as good Route 66 fries should be, fresh, and tasty. Two burgers, two beers, and a basket of fries and the price was only $19. Service was good. Ambiance is classic Route 66. My only complaint is that the beer selection is limited to bland American beers. I had two Shiner Bocks which are a bit better, but not much, than Bud, Coors, Miller. It would be great if they added some microbrews.