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05/09/12Provided by Citysearch
I’ve eaten here in the past, but tonight was such a disappointment that I felt compelled to post.
First of all, the service is great – darling, hard working attentive. But. . . the portions are much smaller than before, and my biggest complaint was the deserts. Cupcake tasted at least a day old --maybe two. The hot fudge Sunday was enough to make you sick --- really not even editable! It was disgusting! I think it will be a while before I go back. Perhaps by then enough people will have complained and they will make it better.
05/26/07Provided by Citysearch
The food at Claim Jumper is great. Well prepared, fresh and delicious. Try the roasted artichoke for an appetizer. Steak and chicken dishes are excellent. Baked potato or sweet potato as sides. Dessert, of course, is wonderful if you save room. Split a piece of chocolate Mother Lode cake or carrot cake. What's better than great food and enough to take home for the next day. Small portions and expensive doesn't make a restaurant good. Claim Jumper's food is better than most ""fancy"" restaurants. Its a fun place, too, so enjoy!
04/11/07Provided by Citysearch
I don't get why this place has such rave reviews. The portions are enormous and that is all. The food isn't spectacular. When establishments like this are praised for their 'cuisine' it is no wonder American's are fighting obesity. If this your favorite restaurant, I should never hear out of your mouth, ""I don't know why I can't lose weight."" Duh, it might be because you go to a resturant for the giant portions of food you can shovel in to your pie hole.
11/24/06Provided by Citysearch
I ordered a three course meal, it was overpriced but I also had two togo boxes just for me. My Boyfriend ordered the widowmaker and could not finish it, but loved it. Toffee pudding and cheesecakes are devine!
It is casual dining in a hurry on the weeknights.
07/07/06Provided by Citysearch
This place reminds me a lot of The Cheesecake Factory except that they focus on American food. The portions are HUGE (and sometimes accompanied by one single apple)! You can share most entrees on the menu!
It's a fun place, usually filled with large families with lots of kids.
Prepare for a short wait on the weekends, and DO NOT forget to check out the desserts! One word: MOTHERLOAD
06/29/06Provided by Citysearch
This is a great restaurant with a variety of food, friendly staff, and eager stomachs. I'm able to get through lunch or dinner but you'd have to visit just for dessert as the portions are huge! I love the Club Sandwich Platter and the Tri Tip Dip. I think the only thing that concerns me is the quality control on some of their cuts of meat. Other than that you'll find me there at least once a month. They also have great Take-Out service too!
12/28/05Provided by Citysearch
Recommended this place to my cousin for his birthday and a couple buddies. I had last eaten here in Southern California 4 years ago, and I remember huge portions and at least two styrofoam contaners for about 20 of us.
So I called to make reservations, and we were luckily seated ahead of many other's who waited in line. It was a 45 minute wait, but we only waited 10 minutes. The waiters and waitresses were very helpful.
But the best part was the food!!! Two Ore Carts and one appetizer sampler was enough to feed the four of us. The baby back pork ribs were succulent. and the sampler potato cakes were great! Also desert ice cream and cake was in house. Pretty good.
Highly recommended for lots of good food.
05/20/03Provided by Citysearch
I've gone to place more times than I've eaten there. Constantly long wait times, I finally decided to wait it out. Luckily the pagers can receive a signal w/in the shopping center, so check out the stores while you're waiting. My first meal there might be my last, it isn't worth the wait and I can eat just as good at Denny's for less money. Unreasonably large portions don't necessarily make up for avg. taste.
10/22/02Provided by Citysearch
Well I must say that gluttony is an understatement at arestaurant like this one. Most restaurants have large portions but this restaurant has too much to do with obesity in America. Don't get me wrong the food was good but too much of a good thing will kill ya.
The menu is a little over whelming but simple to understand. I don't belive I saw a 'normal' sized portion on any plate at a table for 8. But that is was this restaurant markets-- large portions =)
10/09/02Provided by Citysearch
Me and a couple guys went here last weekend. Damn that was a lot of food. Buddy 1 got the motherload sandwich, he only could eat half. the orecart with 3 kinds of ribs and chicken, was off the hook. Pork loin was delicious and huge.
Dont forget the dessert...Motherload 6 layer chocolate cake
downdie is the long wait, but well worth it
- General Info
- Famous for food crafted with the best ingredients and an atmosphere that makes you feel right at home, Claim Jumper offers an experience sure to satisfy everyone. The menu features a medley of homemade dishes including burgers, sandwiches, fresh-baked pot pie, specialty salads, pasta, baby back pork ribs, seafood, Certified Angus Beef® and much more. All dressings, sauces and desserts are made in house daily including our tempting Six-Layer Chocolate Motherlode cake, featured as one of America's "Top 5 Most Decadent Desserts" on the Food Network.
- Extra Phones
Primary Phone: 925-691-5735
- Regular Hours
Mon - Thu: Fri - Sat: Sun:
- American Restaurants, Caterers, Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants
- Payment Options
- Price Range
Claim Jumper Restaurant
- Other Information
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, American, Take Out
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average