Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Payson, Arizona, United States. Payson is a town in northern Gila County, Arizona, United States. Its location puts it very near to the geographic center of Arizona. Payson has been called "The Heart of Arizona". The town is surrounded by the Tonto National Forest and has many outdoor activities year round. As of the 2010 census, the population of Payson was 15,301.
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4 based on 337 reviews
Buffalo Bar & Grill, the place for great food & spirits. Local cuisine featuring awesome burgers including fresh ground Top Sirloin Burgers and Buffalo burgers. Specialty sandwiches like our favorites, the Sirloin Steak Melt and our collossal Pork Tenderl
This restaurant was recommended by friends who eat here whenever in Payson. We came for lunch after an early morning hike. There was plenty of seating available although it was full by the time we left. Server took our drink order (waters) and then disappeared. Two other servers stopped by to take our drink order and we explained that we just needed some water. It took over 10 min to get two waters. Staff seemed a bit disorganized in that multiple servers were coming by to take orders that had just been given to someone else. We werenât terribly hungry so each ordered the quesadilla appetizer (one with beef, one with chicken), and an order of onion rings. Food came in a decent time frame. Onion rings were good and quesadilla very full of ingredients. We had to take left overs home. No staff stopped by to see how our food was and we finally got a water refill just before we left. Restroom wasnât great but it wasnât dirty. Since we heard about this place because of its burgers, (quite the sandwich selection!) I would return to try their more signature items.
3 based on 133 reviews
Zane Grey Country BBQ is located inside Kohl's Ranch Lodge, near Tonto Creek in the largest Ponderosa Pine Forest in the world. Our menu is simple, authentic smoked "Barbecue & Great House Made Pizza."
The baby back ribs were extremely tender and the BBQ sauce was tangy and a little sweet. Delicious. Homemade biscuit was moist and served with honey and/or butter. The shoestring French fries are not my favorite but were tasty. The smoked brisket was plentiful and perfectly cooked. Same BBQ sauce. The Kohl slaw was different. Creamy withRaisins with a sweet flavor. The baked beans were ok but not special. Both dinners were large portions and we took home leftovers
4 based on 68 reviews
Chili's had this confusing sub-menu that says any three for 10 bucks. It is very misleading seeming like three appetizers for $10. We did however enjoy our lunch here. Service was slow after our confusion was cleared up, however an appetizer, soup and fresh crisp salad were very good.
We had a group of 6 adults, 1 child. Two of us had the chicken. Very dry. Two had ribs. One said the ribs were too fatty, the other thought they were tasty.The service was fair at best. She didn't bring water that was requested and had no interest in helping us with the very wobblely table. We found a door stop nearby and fixed it ourselves. The only napkins were obviously left over from an event and said Happy Birthday. We had to ask to get them at all.There were two very large dead bugs on the floor on the way to the bathroom. The trash in the ladies room apparently hadn't been emptied for quite some time as we were there the previous Saturday nite and there were no paper towels then.
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