Had a great breakfast both mornings of our stay. Food and service were both great, nice selection on menu.
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A very good breakfast was provided us the "bakery". I half expected to see Miss Kitty and Matt Dillon there having breakfast. A good meal was had and we resumed our trip ready for the next attraction: Oatman AZ...
Stayed here with another couple in room 3 which is fairly large with two double beds and a very spacious bathroom. The bathroom has lots of natural light and a claw foot tub/shower. There is also a very small balcony which we liked to get...More
We saw this place from the Grand Canyon Railway on our way to the Grand Canyon. We had to go find it and we're glad we did. It's a historic building that once was an brothel and a opium den, and one other fun fact,...More
Strange but historic on Route 66. Hotel over bakery and restaurant. Great food for a little place. Indoor and outdoor seating.
we eat here for breakfast with the free vouchers from red garter inn,friendly staff,food was good,and we shall be back we enjoyed our stay...
We live locally but had never been here before. We stopped for lunch and were surprised at how good the food was. Very large and delicious orders of sides. Best fries and onion rings I've had in a long time.We will stop again. Just fyi...More
We visited this restaurant for breakfast before heading out of town. The staff was friendly, and there were a good amount of locals eating there which we always take as a good sign! We all enjoyed our food. I would describe the food as good,...More
After travelling for hours on the road, we came to Red Garter. Hooray! for their egg sandwiches and coffee. Came with hash browns. Very hearty portions and grilled to perfection on terrific bread. The sweet bread, baked items looked delicious, but we were much too...More
My wife and I had breakfast here because it was within walking distance of our hotel. The history of the place was interesting and the decore was nice. But the food was a little disappointing. They bill themselves as a bakery, but the bakery case...More