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Russell's Truck and Travel Center, Glenrio

(110+ reviews on the web)
Specialty Museum Museum
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  • Free entry, this place is sensational and totally unexpected. Staff were friendly and great to talk with. It is a must stop !  more »
  • A great place to stop and refresh, get food or a drink or snack, fuel and spend a few minutes in the museum and see things that bring back memories from the past. Bask in the "old days" and enjoy your...  more »
  • good place to gas up, grab some snacks and merchandise and take a peak at a pretty good car museum out the back of the store.  more »
  • Their are so many great things to say about this truck stop I couldn't possible post them all. Russells is a perfect example of what truck stops should be like. They offer a wide variety of groceries, a really cool old car museum,prepared hot food, a subway and a great diner. I'll never stop at those junk stops at 333 again. Thank you Russells for making the experience great.
  • Really nice place. Very clean in the entire building. Good array of foods available from fresh popcorn to fresh fruits to go and restaurant available. Good assortment of t-shirts and other clothing, etc for purchase. Well worth the stop.
  • Truck stop on the New Mexico Texas boarder. This place has an excellent diner I'm it and I highly recommend the Friday all you can eat fish fry. The museum is free and would be great to visit even if it came with a nominal fee.
  • Horrible experience! Staff was not friendly upon us arriving, made us move after we sat down (even though the sign said "seat yourself") and greeted us with a disinterested "what do you want to drink". The waitress spilled a whole glass of ice tea on my young daughter. I had to take her to the restroom and clean her up the best I could (we are traveling home so all her clothes are packed up or dirty. She was so embarrassed she started crying). Next, the staff dumped out silverware at the end of the bar where my daughter was sitting and began rolling silverware just inches in front of her while she was trying to eat. We ordered 2 kids meals and the menus said they come with a desert, which we did not get. The waitress brought the check out when we were halfway through with our meal, so that pretty much nixed our plans of ordering desert. Kitchen staff had music up very loud, which another patron could hear in the back of the restaurant and asked that it be turned down. We tried being patient with the staff, understanding accidents happen and restaurants get busy. However, being treated as though we are an inconvenience and bother in your establishment was incredibly uncomfortable for my family. We were excited to try your diner, as we enjoy new places when we are traveling, but sadly, this was a waste of time and money.
  • This is a convenient location to stop and eat at their diner. The food tasted great and you can view classic cars, trucks and motorcycles. They also have a nice gift shop and clean restrooms.