Patterned after a '50s-style, high-school hangout (but with cocktail service), this diner pleases kids and adults with a large menu of family-priced American classics—good burgers and fries, barbecue pork sandwiches, salads, and thick malts, plus a choice steak that'll set you back about $20. The Grand Canyon Brewery, accessed by a side entrance, adds to the casual fun—just saddle up to a hand-carved log bar stool and order one of five microbrews on tap. A large mural of the town's heyday along the "Mother Road" and historic cars out front make this a Route 66 favorite. Kids enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and jukebox tunes.
May 6, 2008
This place has nothing good about it. The Food isn't great, but the service is whats gonna get you. It will take forever to get your order taken or your drinks. If you complain the owner/manager Teenager kid will be hostel to you and might even threaten you. The best part of this place is that I never have to go back again. Do yourself a huge favor. AVOID CRUISERS 66
Apr 1, 2008
After having a terrible meal in Tusayan, we were afraid to eat any where, but after recieving our food at Cruisers Cafe we were amazed. Our family of 6 were all very happy with our meals. My omelet was huge! It filled half of my plate and was very delicious! I could barely finish my meal. The people there were all very friendly, and I made sure to have the waitress complement the cook. We had a great time in Williams.