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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Mammoth Steakhouse and Saloon (Goldfield, Arizona, U.S.A.)

Mammoth Steakhouse and Saloon,  4650 North Mammoth Mine Road, Goldfield, Arizona. U.S.A.  The sit up bar is along the front with seats for 13 people. There are lots of cowboy hats and boots hanging from the ceiling.  This is a very old western themed bag as there is a whole old western village here. They have a railing made of wagon wheels, 11 to e exact. The floor is well worn 10 inch plank boards.  The bartender was Cowboy Dan who was wearing a holster and a six shooter, originally from Turkey, but has been in the USA for over 35 years and is home to him! Great guy and full of character. Outside is a huge deck with 14 large picnic tables.  You can tie up hour horse and come in for a cool refreshment, as did some very nice local women! The food is very reasonably priced, the most expensive thing on the menu is 16 oz T-bone steak at $23.75.  There is a whole tourist town that is very interesting most of which is free, but $8.00 gets you mine tour.  Lost of shops and what ever.   It is worth your while to pop in for a visit. This was one of 3 saloons here in 1893, tales galore! Enjoy!

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