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I made my reservation stating that it was our anniversary. Leon, our server, was very attentive, asked the number of years we were married and made appropriate small talk. Our drinks were served promptly as was the most-excellent bread as an appetizer. Our orders were given and the food received in a manner that didn't rush us nor cause us to wonder if the orders were lost. The "manager", I am assuming since I have been seeing him for several years, stopped by to ask if all was well. Finally, we were treated to a piece of cheesecake marked with happy anniversary on it. Could not have been a better experience! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Our friendly environment is ideal for celebrating special occasions, hosting a business lunch or gathering for a delicious meal with friends and family. Our saloons are a comfortable gathering place to relax after a day at work, to catch a game or share an appetizer with friends. The saloon menu features signature cocktails, chilled martinis, premium and ultra-premium spirits, specialty non-alcoholic beverages, an extensive wine list, and imported and American craft beers including Claim Jumper’s own Honey Blonde, Original Red Ale and IPA. Open daily for lunch and dinner, Claim Jumper offers a selection of freshly prepared items using only the finest ingredients available. Favorites include Certified Angus Beef®, fresh fish, rotisserie chicken, baby back pork ribs, fresh baked pot pie, specialty salads, wood-fired pizzas, pasta, sandwiches, burgers and more. More
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Make sure you're hungry the next time you find yourself in the West Valley area of Arizona! Mexican food is popular here with various burritos, chimichangas, and tacos dominating the menus of many local restaurants. You'll want to have a margarita to complement all of that delicious food. The bread in West Valley is anything but ordinary. In Arizona, the locals enjoy fry bread, which can be eaten plain or with any topping imaginable or can be used to make a sandwich. Don't leave West Valley without trying the refried beans either. Eat your refried beans with a Mexican food dish, with fry bread, or with another meal option of your choice.