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Russell's Truck and Travel Center, Glenrio

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  • We combined a stop for lunch at Russell's Cafe with a visit to the onsite Route 66 museum. The cafe is a classic looking 1960's diner, and the food was okay. The museum was definitely the highlight of...  more »
  • Wow the food is good in the diner. I think it tastes better because you don't expect it. My friend ordered an omelet with roasted potatoes and pancakes, it looked just delicious. I ordered the crispy ...  more »
  • The place is cozy and clean. Visit sa-and museums with several cars and motorbikes. The lamchinete is wonderful with gorgeous burgers.
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  • The museum was amazing!!! I would love to know where they find their treasures. The only bad experience I had there was with Subway. I ordered 2 subs and never did get the second one. I told the lady 3 times that I needed another sub and she completely ignored me and started talking to the man in line behind me. I was charged an extra $4 for 4 pepperonis on the sub I actually did get.
  • restaurant food was good but customer service needs work.....these server beeshes need to pick up the slack!!! I wanted to slap these girls...they didn't even take our order....we had to ask for service...Tsk tsk...wish I could get paid to sit around....no wonder TrumpAlmighty doesn't want to pay minimum wage to ppl like these girls.
  • We are planning a trip down Route 66 in our small Mitsubishi electric car. New Mexico is a challenging environment for finding places to plug in and charge. We have been really happy about the friendliness Of most folks in helping us plug in, since we only require a 110 volt regular plug. We pay for the electricity we Use. No friendliness or help at Russells. Since they were highly recommended by a friend, we called to ask them if they had a regular outlet to plug into. They didn't just say no, they were rude and quite upset that we even asked. We offered them a large amount of money to pay for the elecricity and they were rude again. Russells is the ONLY business in New Mexico that was not nice to us when we asked. Highly disappointed. We will NEVER stop there on our frequent trips west, whether we are traveling in our electric or gas car. Sad to Find such an unfriendly business in one of our favorite states!
  • Good food, horrible service. Took a waitress almost 10 minutes to help us even though the restaurant was empty and they just kept staring as if we were there to just sit. We had to stop one of them just for a drink. The food came out in a good amount of time and was pretty good. Should have gotten it to go would have been more worth it
  • Fantastic food and great clean showers and facility. Always cheerful staff with freindly smiles. One of my favorite stops along I-40 in New Mexico.