851 North Henness Road
Casa Grande, AZ 85122
Phone: (520) 426-1177
Fax: (520) 423-2288
851 North Henness Road , Casa Grande, AZ, US, 85122
- Phone: (520) 426-1177
- Fax: (520) 423-2288
Ever eaten rattlesnake? Yes, it does kind of taste like chicken. Never heard of Rocky Mountain Oysters? Well, you will have to ask the waiter what those are. Mosey on over to this Wild West steakhouse for these unusual edibles, plus mesquite-grilled steaks, barbecued chicken and rootin' tootin' tasty baby-back ribs. Next door at the saloon, match wits with crooked card dealers or kick back and toe-tap to the live Country-Western music. Group facilities are available for up to 10,000 guests.
Valley diners and critics were a bit skeptical when this Chinese seafood house first opened since the East Valley wasn't known as a fine dining destination. But this gourmet eatery has been receiving rave reviews from both groups ever since. An inventive array of Chinese cuisine draws crowds every day, especially for the elaborate weekend brunches. The place has a minimalist Asian decor, but with a lively and friendly atmosphere. A sophisticated Chinese menu features unusual seafood selections, sushi and daily dim sum.
Star of India is a simple Indian restaurant known for their incredible lunch buffet. With a wide variety of tandoori dishes, curries, chicken, lamb and vegetarian specialties, it hardly gets monotonous for the diner. The buffet comprises of more than 12 different options of non-vegetarian and veggie fare and is worth the money you pay. The food is delicious and flavorsome and the staff, attentive. Try this restaurant if you are in a mood for a good Indian meal.
The Teppanyaki dinners here are true "eatertainment" with the restaurant's talented chefs preparing dishes "before your very eyes" at your table. A respectable selection of sushi is offered, as are some interesting appetizers. Appetizers are reasonably priced and include unusual items like a pickled octopus salad and boiled and seasoned soybeans. Teppanyaki dinners are served with soup, salad, fried rice and vegetables. Also try scallops, shrimp and lobster tails here. Teppanyaki lunches are also available.
As its name so aptly suggests, this cafe opened almost two decades ago as the Ahwatukee's first Mexican eatery. It offers a full menu of Sonoran-style cuisine, from breakfast through dinner. Here you will find a comfortable, family style atmosphere and decor with colorful south-of-the-border accents. Burros (larger than burritos), tacos and platillos (plates with meat, rice, beans and condiments) are prepared using authentic recipes.
Located in the Ahwatukee area of Phoenix, this neighborhood hangout has long been a popular place to gather for Happy Hour, sports on television and weekend music and dancing. Though called Cactus Jack's, the bar and grill isn't overly Southwestern-styled. Big-screen TVs, pool tables and dartboards dominate the decor. The usual pub-style food is available with burgers, sandwiches and snacks. A few Sonoran-style Mexican entrees (burritos, tacos) are also offered. A fairly good tequila list and a wide range of beers will satisfy your thirst.
This blue-jeans-comfortable eatery is one of Tempe's favorites. If you are concerned that Thai food translates to fire-on-a-plate, be assured that you are encouraged to specify the degree of spice on many selections. Lunch combination specials include steamed rice, spring rolls and choice of entrees like Pad Bahmee noodles or Pak Kao Pode On (chicken, pork or beef with vegetables). House Specialties include a wide range of vegetable, meat and seafood curries and noodle dishes.
After running the original Zur Kate in Hamburg, Germany for over a decade and a half, Gunter and Irene Krause came to the Valley in the mid-80s and opened this "gast haus". The place's name translates to "the old smoke house" and has the festive feel of a German country inn. The best of the wurst on the menu includes bratwurst, weisswurst, knackwurst plus a wide range of schnitzels and smoked meats (rippchen). Reasonably priced entrées and daily specials are featured in addition to an impressive selection of German beer.
If you want authentic yet budgeted Middle-Eastern and Mediterranean food with big restaurant flair, Sahara of Tempe is the place for you. From chicken shawarama to fatoosh, this Mid-Eastern eatery is a must stop for downtown Tempe travelers. Modest decor, small tables and homemade desserts make this a perfect place for the business lunch or a wind-down dinner. Reservations are recommended on the weekends.
Billed as "Seafood with an Attitude", Joe's Crab Shack offers affordable seafood in the East Valley. The funky, fisherman-theme dining room is casual, comfortable and family-friendly. Among the favorites, are the Fisherman's Platter and all kinds of crabs: King, Dungeness, Snow and soft-shell. Clams, mussels and scallops round out the offerings from the ocean. For "fish-o-phobics", Joe's also offers pastas, chicken and steaks. Orders to go are fine, but do not call ahead for takeout.
As the new-comer from the small chain of restaurants originating in California 22 years ago, this restaurant opened this year and certainly has western appeal, trimmed in oak and decorated with all types of antique apparatus. Close, comfortable and intimate booths provide privacy while the service staff is friendly, professional and well trained. Choose from a wide variety of dinners including old-fashioned favorites like liver and onions or chicken fried steak. Also available are fantastic wood-fired pizzas, homemade soup in a sourdough bowl and prime rib.
Rainforest Cafe is one of the wildest eateries at Arizona Mills outlet mall. You dine, drink and shop within a man-made rain forest. Enjoy animatronic jungle creatures, regularly timed thunderstorms and animal "hindquarters" barstools. Live birds also are featured in brief shows held near the entrance. It features global cuisine, influenced by Mexico, Asia and the Caribbean. Choose from soups, sandwiches, pastas and salads. Hot entrees are appropriately named for tropic regions.