Find out what American restaurants to try in Tombstone. The very mention of Tombstone brings to mind images of the lawless Old West, gunfights at the O.K. Corral, epic feuds between the Earps and the Mclaurys and Clantons, Gold Rush fever and the promise of silver and gold. The heritage of the American West is still alive here today, where historic saloons, post offices and the famous Boot Hill cemetery stand restored and painstakingly preserved alongside more modern, tourist-focused recreations of period architecture.
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JD's Chuckwagon is located right outside one of the best craft breweries in the state of Arizona. The food is delicious. I'm a local and eat at JD's often. I've never had a bad meal here. You can order your food and drinks to go or you can go inside the Tombstone Brewing Company's tap room and order a cold craft cold one. The also offer cool, shaded tables to hang out. The owner of JD's will bring your food to you. Dogs and kids are okay too.
4 based on 29 reviews
This place has changed hands since we last ate here,the food is still very good but the new owner is far less friendly than the one we encountered on our last visits.Still it was a good breakfast and set us up for the day.
4 based on 43 reviews
We didn't try any fudge but we did get a couple of ice creams as my wife couldn't resist. There was a good choice of flavours that you could mix and match. The server was nice and friendly and the ice cream was really nice and the name of the place is too good to resist a photo opportunity.
4 based on 264 reviews
Had dinner here as big nose Kates was packed. I had the ribeye and it was done perfectly. The Potato was smaller than most I have gotten from am steakhouse and the salad was okay. The BBQ was good my wife had and onion rings was good. The Pepsi was flat and just kinda there. The bread they brought out was just okay.
4 based on 1048 reviews
The Crystal Palace Saloon and Restaurant is located on the corner of Fifth and Allen Streets in historic downtown Tombstone, Arizona. Delve into a delectible assortment of Southwest cuisine. The mouthwatering ribs are world famous and your tastebuds will
I really enjoyed the Crystal Palace on this visit to Tombstone. We were able to sit outdoors on more than one occasion which provides a great view of Allen Street. We also loved watching the clouds roll in.
4 based on 1270 reviews
We ordered the skillet breakfasts. Not only were they yummy, but they were so plentiful that we were able to make two meals out of them. We would definitely have eaten there again had we stayed longer.
4 based on 1857 reviews
The food was your usual pub fare. The atmosphere was great. The service was a little bit lacking as our waitress didnt come around much and we had to flag her down quite a bit and then she would forget what we asked for a few times. Maybe pen and paper is scarce in Tombstone. We loved the look of the interior and made the best of the service and enjoyed our meal.
4 based on 512 reviews
Food was good and the prices were good. It took about 30-40 minutes to get seated so it's tight and small.
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