This place has little ambiance, and the food is okay. Options for a proper dinner in Tombstone are limited. For more Western flavor, go to Big Nose Kate's
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We went in to get something to drink and get out of the heat, but ended up getting some yummy dessert. Breakfast hours were just ending so we saw what others were having for breakfast. Amazing! Good hearty food served in large portions. We were...More
We went to the Longhorn based on the recommendation of a few locals. Dinner was good. We had a group of 5 people and were seated quickly. The waitress, Sherry, was great. We ordered cocktails and were given clean, souvenir glasses to take home with...More
I ordered a hamburger and french fries. The food was very fresh and warm. The menu was slightly expensive. I went during a busy time so the restaurant was crowded and a little noisy. The atmosphere was that of a typical western steakhouse. However, the...More
This was a welcome stop right in the heart of historic Tombstone. The waitstaff was friendly, food was great and quick (I had grilled chicken, husband had the dunkin burger-said was one of the best he had eaten) and prices were good. Just by doing...More
Visited here with the wife and kids while visiting Historic Tombstone. The staff was friendly and attentive. The food was good and not overly priced. We had the prickly pear daiquiri, which was pretty good. The drinks were a bit overpriced, but for the service...More
We had supper here. I had the grilled shrimp skewers and my husband had liver and onions, which he said was excellent. There was more than enough food on the plate. The waiter was great and very attentive.
This was one delicious meal! Steaks cooked well, sides delicious. Loved the simple atmosphere. Good for families. Glad it's not the "Bucket of Blood" saloon any more. If you're looking for a good meal that's not over priced, this is it.