Gold mining and dining unite at this kitschy all-American eatery.. In Short Established in 1977, the Claim Jumper draws families, seniors and professionals with a mix of Old-West decor and a reliable menu of American classics. Logs, corrugated tin, rock and warm fireplaces embellish the unique ambience. Signature plates include hickory-smoked pork ribs, rotisserie chicken and barbecued beef tri-tip; the menu also offers tortilla chicken soup, potpies, wood-fired pizzas, and the popular six-layer Chocolate Motherlode Cake. The saloon features appetizers and the restaurant's own brews.
Huge portions, great flavors.
I really like this place as a lunch spot. They put their own little twist to American food favorites like chicken and biscuits or cobb salads. I also like the sandwiches here because they tend to be very healthy. The portobello burger is my favorite. I also appreciate the HUGE portions they dole out here. I have yet to finish a plate of food there, but I always order up dessert. Last time I was here, I got a big chunky slice of white chocolate raspberry truffle cheesecake, and it was divine.
Same old chain restaurant fare.
This is just another chain restaurant, a la Chili's, Red Lobster, etc. The menu is predictable with pizza, ribs, hambergers. I had pizza and nachos last time I was there. The pizza sauce had no flavor and the nachos were cold by the time they got to our table. The place is essentially an overpriced coffee shop.