Driving from Chicago to L.A. on Route 66, the owner of this restaurant stopped by a gas station and was pleasantly surprised to discover how comfortably so many different cultures coexisted in one space. He wanted to import this type of atmosphere to his restaurant and thus named it after the Main Street of America. Route 66 sells American-style Italian food, including spaghetti aglio e olio with truffle oil and jambalaya, the so-called American risotto, as well as more traditional American dishes, such as meatloaf and roast beef. It’s open until two o’clock in the morning, welcome news for those who’ve been out at the bars and have the munchies.
|Venue name:||Route 66||Contact:|
1F, 22, Gwanak-ro 14-gil
|Price:||Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier 7,000 won, truffle fries 7,000 won, meatloaf 18,000|