Old style drive in with indoor seating. Fun decorations with children's been by every table. Food is delicious and the service is great. We had burgers, fries, onion rings and root beers. My wife's came with ice cream. Wow!
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You can have carhop service or eat inside, we opted for a booth inside. The interior décor is fun, and they have books, cards and games in the windows for customers to pass the time - "You sank my battleship!" Burgers were pretty good. Service...More
Drove by and saw the place and said "cool" - a classic drive-in - oldies playing and waitresses in poodle shirts. My wife and I weren't too hungry so we shared a good double cheese burger and fries. We both ordered drinks. After we paid,...More
After visiting a local winery, and nibbling through lunchtime, my friend and I were SO hungry. I'd eaten at Rumble Seats once before and liked it, so my friend was eager to give it a try. She had the root beer which is made on...More
We have eaten here many times,any roadtrip is reason enough. Retro, with charm, even a place the kids can actually run around+ play after you order the rumble sauce with all the yummy foods. And the hubby loves the Malts.
We have been disappointed in the service the last few times we were there and probably won't go back. The waitresses don't seem to engaged in their job, forget parts of the meal, don't bring napkins/straws/ketchup. Then disappear after they get their money (bill/tip is...More
This was a fun blast from the past. There is a playground right next to it which makes it a great stop to let the kids play for a bit while waiting for the food. We all had burgers and fries and they were delicious....More
Fun 50's vib, car hops and such. Burger was juicy, fries were crispy and root beer was great. The other bonus was free refills on your rootbeer. Try thr rumble sauce like ranch wirh a kick.
This is just a fun food place with root beer, hot dogs and even root beer floats. Neat place for a quick lunch break and off to see the sites around Spring Green.
Decor echoes a malt shop from the 50's or 60's. Ice cream selection somewhat limited, but what we had was delicious. Good place to get "a little something" after a huge B&B breakfast and before dinner later in the day.