Claim Jumper

Written by on November 10, 2015 in I Eat America, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(claimjumper.com) – Lynnwood, Washington

Claim Jumper

How I heard of this place: About a decade (eh hem…probably more) ago, I was facilitating study groups with a friend of mine, and this was one of the nearby restaurants he introduced me to on our way to the study circle (in Southcenter). This was my first visit to the Lynnwood establishment.

Claim Jumper Host Area

Type of cuisine: Open daily for lunch and dinner, Claim Jumper offers a selection of freshly prepared items using only the finest ingredients available. Favorites include Certified Angus Beef®, fresh fish, rotisserie chicken, baby back pork ribs, fresh baked pot pie, specialty salads, wood-fired pizzas, pasta, sandwiches, burgers and more. Claim Jumper’s baked goods and desserts including our Six-Layer Chocolate Motherlode Cake,

Claim Jumper Chocolate Cake

Scratch Carrot Cake and deliciously rich cream cheese pies are popular favorites with our guests. 

Claim Jumper Kitchen

Our saloons are a comfortable gathering place to relax after a day at work, to catch a game or share an appetizer with friends. The saloon menu features signature cocktails, chilled martinis, premium and ultra premium spirits, specialty non-alcoholic beverages, an extensive wine list, and imported and American craft beers including Claim Jumper’s own Honey Blonde, Original Red Ale and Hefeweizen. When you step inside a Claim Jumper you will discover an environment that is warm and comfortable. The interiors of our restaurants feature huge Douglas Fir logs, natural rock, corrugated and pressed tin, natural and finished woods and large fireplaces. Rich fabrics, authentic log chairs, and ceiling fans are used to decorate our lobbies, dining rooms and saloons. Many of our locations feature exhibition cooking where guests watch as pizzas are prepared in an authentic wood-burning oven, and salads, soups and desserts are meticulously prepared. As a leader in the food service industry, Claim Jumper is not resting on its reputation. We ask ourselves daily how we can improve and continue to raise our standards in every area of the restaurant… the variety of our menu, the quality and presentation of our food, and the efficiency of our service.

Claim Jumper Bar

Ambiance: Grand.

Claim Jumper Dining Room

Grandiose.

Claim Jumper Seating

Over-the-top.

Claim Jumper Fireplace

Highfalutin.

What I ordered: Two Veteran’s partaking of the Veteran’s Day complimentary meal, one enjoyed the Roasted Tri-Tip & Grilled Shrimp with slow-roasted and sliced beef over herb peppercorn, demi-glace served Medium Rare and paired with grilled shrimp and mashed potatoes;

Claim Jumper Roasted Tri-Tip & Grilled Shrimp

and a clam chowder to start,

Claim Jumper Chowder

the second loved the Country Fried Steak (normally $16.99): certified Angus Beef seasoned, breaded, then lightly crisped and topped with homemade country gravy, served with mashed potatoes,

Claim Jumper Country Fried Steak

and a side of potato soup!

Claim Jumper Potato Soup

My mom chose the Fish Tacos ($11.99): grilled and drizzled with chipotle sauce, topped with pico de gallo and wrapped in warm cheese-filled corn tortillas, served with house-made salsa and rice pilaf.

Claim Jumper Fish Tacos

while I couldn’t pass up the Widow Maker Burger ($13.99): smoked bacon, hand-battered onion rings, avocado, double-thick Cheddar, fresh greens, tomato, mayo and red relish, served with Salt & Pepper Shoestring Fries. 

Claim Jumper Widow Maker Burger

What I loved: Burger!

Why I loved it: Huge portions, space enough for large parties, tasty fare. Not to mention, they adequately and respectfully honor Veteran’s.

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Cost: Average ($12 – $22 per dinner entrée)

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