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Our family group of 10 visited Route 66 for each night during a recent ski break. Excellent food from Slovak to American and good cheap beer! Solidly reliable service too, just as we remembered it from six years ago.
One of the best places in the area to eat. Great burgers. I felt like in an American pub.
I tried Philly Cheese steak which is not verry popular in Europe. The recepy is a litle bit changed by adding paprika. Not the best combination.
I enjoyed my visits here on two occasions - the good was up to scratch. I recommend the ribs - very tasty and a good portion size (not LOADS stacked on your plate). Although you have to order fries separately. I have pancakes to finish...which hit the sweet spot. Although on one occasion I they had Nutella in and on another they just had chocolate sauce - a little inconsistent.
The prices were ok - 10 Euros for the ribs, 1/2 Euros for the fries.
The major weakness of Route 66 is the service. On the first occasion I was ignored quite a bit and on the second occasion I felt we were treated rather rudely.
All in all though, because the food is good, I would visit again and I would recommend. Just don't expect friendly service!More
This place gets very busy around 4 PM, once the sky day on the nearby slopes is over. The menu is pretty varied, with several options available for vegetarians.
Multiple TVs playing sport channels contribute to the American like atmosphere in the pub.
Since we have visited this restautant on weekend night it was super busy and we got a table for 4 in smoke area which we didn't like. Waiting time was approx. 1 hour. The taste of Route 66 burgers was super good, we even weren't...able to finish them🤪More