Food was good. It was near our room. The waitress was great to talk to.
Note: This was during a large Route 66 car run, all rooms were sold out, and there were lines at all the resturants in town. We waited for 40 minutes for our food. Service was kind, and helpful, but swamped with business, after 4 cups of coffee I was ready to eat. Food was fine, they got order right, and... More
Ate here on our way out to the Grand Canyon. The sign on the outside advertises "Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Seafood, Steaks", but there was only the usual selection of mexican food: burritos, chimichangas, quesadillas, nachos etc. the food was mediocre and quick, and I had the distinct impression that the microwave was over used during preparation. If you're planning on... More
We stopped at this diner on our way from Grand Canyon to 'Vegas. The decor was great as was the friendly service from the staff. We had a really great breakfast/brunch with hash browns that were the real thing! The coffee kept coming and was excellent. It was also a good place to sit and stare and watch the world... More
The Copper Cart was very well rated, so, we decided to stop and have lunch there (we planned our day so that we would be in Seligman for lunch). The service was poor (how can a person look so unhappy?), and their "best" burger is nothing more than a little triangle sandwich with some fries. The taste was good, but... More
Nice spot. Good breakfast - but a bit expensive. Friendly service
Travelled from Cali to Chicago and Stopped in Seligman, Atmosphere is great.
Stopped at the Copper Cart for a quick bite on our way back from the Grand Canyon. I had a hamburger platter and my wife ordered the fajita special. Food was typical tasty diner style food that seemed reasonably priced. Nice Route 66 decor with a few regulars that gave the place authentic charm.
If this place wasnt on one of the longest remaining stretches of route 66, It would have long-ago faded. Our meals were terribly overpriced, $5.50 for a plain 6" hotdog, about $9 for a 'santa fe chicken sandwhich', which was clearly a burger, (crumbed chicken, plastic cheese, a pickle on a plain white bun), no salads or fries or anything... More
We had breakfast food specials that included eggs, pancakes, hashbrowns, bacon & sausage. All were prepared perfect and at a reasonable price by a cheerful waitress who cared. Chris Kennelly. [----]
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