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Sunday, July 05, 2009

Cruisers Cafe 66 - Williams Arizona

We spent a few days in Williams, Arizona on vacation recently. Located on Interstate 40, the town of Williams is the homebase for many exploratory trips to the Grand Canyon.

After a day of sight seeing we stopped by Cruisers Bar & Grill on Historic Route 66 for supper. Cruisers was built in an old historic gas station located in downtown Williams. The decor and atmosphere were pretty cool. I didn't have ribs, but my father-in-law and mother-in-law gave them good reviews.

The ribs.

A view of the front patio.

The decor.

The grill.
A picture of the classic hot rod on the roof of the cover over what used to be gasoline pumps.

2 comments:

iti said...

Hi,
I'm oliver, I live in France and I came home last year and two years ago in a private self drive...
in 2009 August or September, there was a singer with his guitar, her little dog was lying near him when he played.
We loved his music, his voice, his style.
He sold his music but I did not buy him, I regret...

Please, could you give me his name, and a few titles of songs or albums ?

Thank you very much in advance.
Hope to have lunch in your restaurant.

best regards.

Oliver

The Singing Pig BBQ said...

Hi BBQ Blog and Oliver:
We are the newest restaurant in Williams, Arizona and the only authentic BBQ in town. Our Baby Back Ribs and Chicken are Smoked for hours and finished with our secret ingredients. Check us out on TripAdvisor for reviews and hope you can all stop by on your next visit to town. Looking forward to meeting you,
The Singing Pig BBQ
437 W. U.S. Route 66
Williams, Arizona 86046
www.thesingingpigroute66.com