Claim Jumper restaurants are old-fashioned steak houses with roots in the heyday of the miners and ranchers.

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Claim Jumper restaurants are old-fashioned steak houses with roots in the heyday of the miners and ranchers – a tradition carefully preserved by the local Utah family that has owned the Claim Jumper restaurants since 1973. Long before it became today's winter sports' haven, Park City was early west at its best. Miners, Cowboys and Drifters converged at the center of all excitement - the Park City Hotel. In 1973, from the ruins of the old Park City Hotel emerged the Claim Jumper steakhouse – a hotel that was reminiscent of that great bygone era. The popular Claim Jumper menu was a perennial favorite among locals, who were mainly wealthy miners and ranchers. After three decades of excellence in traditional American fare, the Claim Jumper moved to Heber City, 20 minutes south of its original location, with an additional location in St. George. There's Prime rib, rib-eye, New York Strip and top sirloin steaks on the menu, along with King Crab legs and Utah trout. But, if you sample only one thing at the Claimjumper, make sure it's the renowned baseball steak.

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Price: $$$ - Expensive
Payment Type: Accept Credit Cards

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