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“Tourist trap”
Review of Cruisers Cafe 66

Cruisers Cafe 66
Ranked #2 of 5 Coffee & Tea in Williams
Price range: $6 - $65
Cuisines: American
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Good for: Large groups, Families with children
Dining options: Breakfast, Lunch, Late Night, Dinner, Delivery, Takeout
Description: Come dine on Historic Route 66 in Williams, Arizona. This 1930's filling station turned cafe is in the heart of Downtown Williams! We offer smoked BBQ beef, pork and chicken. Full bar and an adjacent brewery.
Reviewed August 14, 2013

If you are looking for a slice of americana, even a bit of an artificial one, this is the place to go. Portions are huge, the whole menu is only grill and fast food, and the place is a giant bilboard for route 66. But its a bit too kitchy and way overpriced. The 'grand canyon' microbrewery on site is better than nothing, but compared to the plentiful microbreweries found in the western united states, this is one of the least remarkable.

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Reviewed August 14, 2013

Good cold local beer and good burgers. Burgers are big enough to split and share with my wife, but the management charges $$ to simply cut the burger and put on a 2nd plate. Not very customer friendly in my view from that regard. They also refuse to split table checks among diverse groups.

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Reviewed August 12, 2013

We stopped in Williams to have lunch, while driving to the Grand Canyon. We found parking close to this restaurant so we decided to give it a try. There was a 20 minute wait for tables, so we decided to sit at the bar. The bar tender was very polite and helpful. He had our food back to us within 10 minutes. The food was slightly below average, but service was great and quick.

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Reviewed August 11, 2013

We like the atmosphere and we thought the food was delicious. We thought the soft drinks were very large and at $2.99 each it added a lot to the cost. For a family of 4, with no alcohol, no dessert, no appetizers, and with the tip it cost us $100.00. We had read reviews on this place and did not expect it to cost so much. We went to the Grand Canyon the next day and had an equal sit down meal at the Blue Angel Lodge and paid less than we did in this little restaurant.

Thank Holly D
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Reviewed August 9, 2013

After Bearizona we travelled to Williams for something to eat. We wanted American food and as we walked along the street we came upon Cruisers. The smells and the micro brewed ales attracted us. We ate a variety of BBQ meals of the menu. I had the pulled pork sandwich which came with fries and coleslaw and was large. Service was great and the beer was excellent. We had the stout and it made us think of England and Guinness. The liive music was a plus.

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Thank DStokeM
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