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The Mining Camp Restaurant and Trading Post sells you a ticket in exchange for all the ribs, chicken, and ham you can manage to stuff yourself with, served along with country home-style sides and fresh-tasting lemonade. Chances are you won't need to go past the first round.
Tucked at the base of the Superstition Mountains, the Mining Camp Restaurant has been around since 1961. It really looks like a shack where miners would go for lunch; even the interior is modeled after an old mining camp cook's shanty. The place serves food that will please the youngest of the group right along with the old-timers, including slabs of grilled meat, potatoes, beans and fresh-baked goods, including a very large brownie called the Kahlua. And here's the real cherry on top: Kids... More »
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