Winslow is probably not a destination for most folks, more of a place, as it has been for 100 years, to pass through. But, The Turquoise Room at La Posada is worth a trip, and people seem to know it. It was pretty busy this past Monday evening. We have gone several times and it has been excellent. The Signature Soup is simple Southwestern fare, but still rather unique. Try it. We shared a quail-pheasant-shortrib sampler that was also terrific. In short, the menu and quality of preparation are WAY above that of a road hotel. Complaints about the prices, considering the quality of the food, are not justified to us. Take a look at the menus on the Website and make your own decision. The restaurant retains some of the Harvey ambience, which basically means a rather open and noisy setting; we accepted this as part of the charm.
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