Something for everyone.
This was my first time eating here. The restaurant is situated off the beaten path, which I like. It happens to be a historic building on original route 66.
We were greeted promptly. The restaurant seemed clean. I did not get the chance to visit the restroom. Service was very fast, consistent, and friendly.
The menu is very diverse and extensive. There is plenty of different types of food to choose from. My wife and I were there at lunch, so we both had wraps. They were different than other places we have been. Quality of food was very good. French fries were tasty, not dry, but not soaked.... perfect.
Prices were about average for this type establishment.
If you like big TVs or sports there are plenty of HD flat screens to look at. I counted more than 7.
The atmosphere is lackluster. The management should exploit the building's Route 66 heritage more. It needs more decoration as you find yourself getting bored sitting there with nothing to look at besides sports on TV. This building is on the National Register of historic places, but you would never know it from visiting. It's a shame there aren't some old pictures or historical information about the building and the surrounding area.
All in all it is a good place to stop. It is definitely a step above the average chain restaurant.